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It took the loss of the photo negatives from his seminal work on black sexuality and desire, 'Looking for Langston', to get installation artist and filmmaker...
The daughter of Indigenous gold medal winner Nova Peris has responded to the revelations she tested positive to a banned substance.
Barnaby Joyce has resigned as the leader of the Nationals and deputy prime minister of Australia to sit on the government's backbench.
The new Yagan Square will open next month and has been dubbed the “new heart of Perth” but this new entertainment area will be the home to one of biggest statues...
The head of Australia's leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander information hub has urged the federal government to consider introducing legislation to help...
The man who was behind the wheel of a car which struck and killed 14 year old Elijah Doughty is eligible for parole from this weekend after being sentenced last...
An outback town has been found to be so rife with crime that the SA government is forcing residents to move out within the next 12 months.
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Jamal Idris is a young, black, African, Aboriginal, Muslim man who says he has undoubtedly experienced racism because of his identity.
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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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Dating group, 'Aboriginal Connect' is helping mob from around the country to find friendship, and maybe a little more...
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