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OPINION: Vandals who stole plaques from the Stolen Generations memorial have the community coming together in the name of truth-telling, writes Karen Wyld.
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The largest all-female band in Bush Bands Bash's history took the main stage in Alice Springs on the weekend.
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New South Wales has launched fresh legal efforts have a man face a retrial over the unsolved murders.
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Four years after Ms Dhu's death in custody, Nanna Carol Roe speaks to The Point about the traumatic aftermath of her granddaughter's death.
Australia's first Torres Strait Islander parliamentarian Cynthia Lui wants to reassure disenchanted voters some politicians are genuinely determined to make a...
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The national peak body representing Indigenous Australians with a disability says the sector needs its own independent inquiry to investigate abuse and neglect
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The Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association's request for an injunction has been denied.
The three amateur football players have been criticised for dressing up as Serena and Venus Williams and Aliir Aliir for 'Mad Monday' by wearing blackface.
Indigenous leaders, communities and academics are pleading with the federal government to act on the high rates of Indigenous incarceration.
They say Channel Seven 'must be held responsible' for offensive comments about removing Aboriginal children from their families and the Stolen Generations.
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ANALYSIS: The death in custody of Nathan Reynolds this month is being investigated, but fellow inmates claim prison staff did not treat the incident as a medical...
Victoria's Supreme Court has ruled an Aboriginal man’s request to be sentenced by a Koori Court shouldn't have been denied.
The teenagers’ deaths have caused widespread grief in Western Australia’s Indigenous community.
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