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An emergency meeting was held in Canberra yesterday to discuss water management in the Murray Darling Basin in response to the deaths of millions of fish near Menindee...
One of the band’s founders said he does not support protests on the national holiday or changing the date.
Experts say more needs to be done after five Aboriginal youth suicides and a sixth in hospital after a suspected suicide attempt in first weeks of the new year.
The Weekend, the debut play by contemporary dancer Henrietta Baird examines female resilience and the choices women make when they’re betrayed by the ones they love.
The case is the first in Western Australia of a non- Aboriginal perpetrator being found guilty of sexual assaults against children taken from their parents.
A ceremony in Carnarvon, Western Australia formally acknowledges the old people taken to two 'death islands' in the early 20th century.
Three weeks ago, Stolen Generations survivor Glen Atkinson was diagnosed with a terminal illness, and now he and his family are fighting for reparations before he...

 

 

 

 

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OPINION: In reality, 26 January never marked the commencement of “Australia”; it marked the commencement of British settlement on the continent.
As the highly political 26 January approaches, we reflect some of the important historical moments (beyond the First Fleet)
OPINION: Some may see Australia Day as a celebration of modern Australia, but at the heart of this modern country is the continued failure to hear Indigenous...
OPINION: Australia's social fabric has become homogenised, but only so much as it kept those of non-Anglo decent at the fringes, writes Jack Wilkie-Jans.
OPINION: The Ramsey Centre's Western Civilisation degree has found a home at the University of Wollongong and is viewed by some critics as a rejection of...
OPINION: In order to gain entry into the boys’ club, this Black man’s suit comes at the expense of his people.
OPINION: A visit to South Africa's Apartheid Museum teaches an Aboriginal woman the value of ugly truths.
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A theatre project encourages audiences to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be Aboriginal.
B2M, Birdz and Tasman Keith with SkinnyFish Music unite to offer a gesture of goodwill on new release.
The Nine Network's new Today Show reporter spoke out about why she won't be celebrating Australia Day on January 26.
The Weekend, the debut play by contemporary dancer Henrietta Baird examines female resilience and the choices women make when they’re betrayed by the ones they love.
After making their mark in 2018, here are some of the mob that you should keep an eye on as they go into the new year continuing their success.
South Sydney's Greg Inglis announces he will retire from the NRL at the end of the 2020 season.
The cold case death still remains unresolved more than three decades after 17-year-old was found dead.
A motorist who hit an Aboriginal woman's car in Brisbane left a racist note saying: "Happy Australia Day. I'm not sorry as well".
A conspicuous public artwork fails to find fans in the popular northern NSW tourist town.
A new television network promoting Aboriginal health will broadcast in the waiting rooms of medical centres across the country.
As the highly political 26 January approaches, we reflect some of the important historical moments (beyond the First Fleet)
Andre Agassi is right behind Ashleigh Barty after hosting the young star in Las Vegas for a week.
OPINION: Some may see Australia Day as a celebration of modern Australia, but at the heart of this modern country is the continued failure to hear Indigenous...
A new survey from "a very conservative side of Australia", has been questioned by the head of the peak body representing Indigenous people.
The proud Gamilaroi woman said: “I don’t want to celebrate it."
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