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The family of Kumanjayi Walker have finally laid him to rest, nearly one year after he was fatally shot by an NT Police officer in his home in Yuendumu, 300km...
An inquest into the death in custody of Nathan Reynolds has heard that a nurse and a prison officer walked to the Anaiwan man rather than running, despite knowing...
Federal government minister Ken Wyatt has been handed an interim report on a Voice for Indigenous Australians after many months of co-design meetings.
A class action against the WA government over the theft of wages from Indigenous workers has generated more than 1600 signatures within 48 hours, as Minister Ben...
Demolition on an historic and culturally significant bridge in northern NSW commenced on Tuesday, only weeks after concerned locals sought reassurances from state...
Proposed reforms to the NSW court would mean domestic violence complainants would be able to give evidence remotely or in a closed court, in a move that has been...
Queensland Opposition leader Deb Frecklington's plan to enforce youth curfews in Townsville and Cairns criticised as a "very colonial" and uninformed approach to...

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The Grand Final Weekend is here and the Melbourne Storm and Penrith Panthers are set to provide one of the all time great NRL games, writes Over The Black Dot's...
A class action against the WA government over the theft of wages from Indigenous workers has generated more than 1600 signatures within 48 hours, as Minister Ben...
An inquest into the death in custody of Nathan Reynolds has heard that a nurse and a prison officer walked to the Anaiwan man rather than running, despite knowing...
The family of Kumanjayi Walker have finally laid him to rest, nearly one year after he was fatally shot by an NT Police officer in his home in Yuendumu, 300km...
Federal government minister Ken Wyatt has been handed an interim report on a Voice for Indigenous Australians after many months of co-design meetings.
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Demolition on an historic and culturally significant bridge in northern NSW commenced on Tuesday, only weeks after concerned locals sought reassurances from state...
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Proposed reforms to the NSW court would mean domestic violence complainants would be able to give evidence remotely or in a closed court, in a move that has been...
Queensland Opposition leader Deb Frecklington's plan to enforce youth curfews in Townsville and Cairns criticised as a "very colonial" and uninformed approach to...
The WA Greens have announced Noongar Yamatji woman and anti-violence advocate, Dorinda Cox, as their lead Senate candidate in the next federal election.
The health of a remote Aboriginal community north of Alice Springs continues to be put at risk due to high-levels of uranium contaminating its water supply.
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