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Nominations for representatives in the Victorian Treaty process has officially closed and history made with the first candidates selected in some reserved seats.
First Nations Walker Alwyn Doolan decides to leave Canberra - still carrying the message stick he travelled 8,500 kilometres to hand to the PM.
Health and youth workers from Moree say support services are needed urgently as the town tackles an Ice epidemic.
Tonga's PM has reportedly been moved to tears over tales from young Tuvaluans who feared losing their home from extreme weather.
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has taken to Twitter to ask for people to share examples of 'anti-white racism', after users called for her account to be banned.
An Indigenous opponent to Adani's central Queensland coal mine has been made bankrupt so the mining giant can recover $600,000 in legal costs.
Protesters storm Victorian Parliament interrupting question time, but the Djab Wurrung Embassy says it has no idea the demonstration was planned.

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Nominations for representatives in the Victorian Treaty process has officially closed and history made with the first candidates selected in some reserved seats.
Tonga's PM has reportedly been moved to tears over tales from young Tuvaluans who feared losing their home from extreme weather.
First Nations Walker Alwyn Doolan decides to leave Canberra - still carrying the message stick he travelled 8,500 kilometres to hand to the PM.
Health and youth workers from Moree say support services are needed urgently as the town tackles an Ice epidemic.
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has taken to Twitter to ask for people to share examples of 'anti-white racism', after users called for her account to be banned.
Pacific leaders have warned the world faces a climate crisis but complained their message on global warming had been "watered down" at Australia's insistence.
An Indigenous opponent to Adani's central Queensland coal mine has been made bankrupt so the mining giant can recover $600,000 in legal costs.
National Indigenous Television mourns with our community and our industry, the loss of acclaimed international artist, Ningali Lawford-Wolf.

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