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One of the AFL's biggest games of the year has been moved to the Top End, with 'Dreamtime at the G' now being held at TIO Stadium in Darwin in late August.
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First Nations musician The Kid LAROI has debuted in the US charts with his new mixtape ‘F*ck Love’ at the age of only 16. LAROI’s ‘emo rap’ has seen him amass...
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Australia’s longest-standing Indigenous art exhibition has moved online this year, with Western Australian artist Ngarralja Tommy May taking out the top prize.
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A $35 million investment in social housing has been welcomed by Aboriginal Housing Victoria, but they've warned that it's not a solution to the Aboriginal...
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Traditional owners were only made aware of one mining option that led to the blasting of the Juukan Gorge caves despite Rio Tinto having three less damaging...
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