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A confrontation at the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington provides a learning moment for Aboriginal delegates.
Djiribul woman Shelley Reys has spent her career trying to bridge the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
Proud Woolwonga and Gurindji woman, Susan Moylan-Coombs has launched her campaign to take on Tony Abbott for the seat of Warringah in the next Federal election.
Pitjantjatjara musician, Frank Yamma has had a long career earmarked with some rough living.
They’ve travelled 800 kilometres from home, and for some of them, it’s the first time they’ve seen the ocean.
Media is only interested in Indigenous protests if they're "burning down buildings", says a veteran Aboriginal activist.
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.

 

 

 

 

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The campaign draws on the “good humoured rivalry” between Australia and New Zealand.
OPINION: New Today host Brooke Boney cannot address every issue affecting our communities, but this week, she has shown she will not shy away from them went...
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...
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Ex-ATSIC chief Geoff Clark faces more than 500 fraud, theft and deception charges.
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The Liberal Party’s candidate for Gilmore says there are more urgent issues to address - drawing attention to the five Indigenous girls who took their lives.
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Acclaimed film-maker Warwick Thornton says Australia needs to reckon with its past before it's able to move forward and celebrate.
Since Mr Yorkshire was released from prison on Sunday, almost $80,000 has been raised to assist Aboriginal single mothers, who like Mr Yorkshire, have been...
Rubeun Yorkshire is being held in prison for $1700 of unpaid fines, despite having no prior criminal convictions.
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A confrontation at the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington provides a learning moment for Aboriginal delegates.
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has defended his decision to endorse Warren Mundine as the Liberal candidate in the marginal seat of Gilmore.
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A series of letters sent to Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion, released under Freedom of Information legislation, show concerns about the date of...
OPINION: Archaeologists believe they've found HMB Endeavour, but we do not need to continue Cook's legacy to find a symbol for our nation, writes Eddie Synot.
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The WA port city has kept holding its usual Australia Day festivities on an alternative date out of respect for Indigenous residents.
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Ashleigh Barty was looking forward to a few well-earned beers after bowing out of the Australian Open as the first local women's quarter-finalist in a decade.
The innocent teenager was thrown into a fence and handcuffed in a violent case of of mistaken identity.
Djiribul woman Shelley Reys has spent her career trying to bridge the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
Concerned that he has been away from his home country of Taree for over twenty years, a son decides to quit everything to go fishing with his father and salvage a...
This controversial film, one of Quentin Tarantino's personal favourites, tells the story of a part Aboriginal man taken in as a child by a white Minister and his...
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