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The tourist town in Western Australia’s top end was threatened with their fourth cyclone over the weekend, just weeks after being left isolated for a number of...
Gina Williams is a proud Aboriginal woman and musician who is the current Aboriginal West Australia of the Year, and now she’s set to release her new album Bindi...
Three Aboriginal students from Coolgardie in Western Australia’s Goldfield region have made it to the finals of a national Science and Engineering Award.
Cynthia Lui, the first Torres Strait Islander person elected to any Australian parliament, has vowed to give a voice to the voiceless in her maiden speech to the...
Aboriginal Child, Family and Community Care State Secretariat (AbSec) has released their first annual report into the performance of the NSW Department of Family...
Spectators at the 2018 Commonwealth Games will have a window into the Indigenous cultures of the Gold Coast, as fashion showcase Intertwined brings First Nations...
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In 2007, there were 265 Indigenous children in “out of home care” in the NT. In 2013, the year Labor left office, there were 623. Researcher, Padraic Gibson explores...
What do Lidia Thorpe, Jacinta Price and Tarneen Onus-Williams have in common? They've been the target of racial and sexual taunts for speaking their minds.
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The lead up to the young man’s death has always been debated, and the colonel inquest has also been disputed by the Indigenous community.
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