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The First Nations actress stars in a new series that takes an unflinching look at early colonial Australia.
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Cheryle Edwards spends her days supporting students and families to get the most out of their education at the only special needs school in Central Australia.
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The World No.1 took just over an hour to record another imposing win as she continues to build momentum at her home grand slam.
Newly added
Leaders in the region say pleas to the Queensland government to prevent people entering their communities have been ignored.
Newly added
With the pandemic affecting communities across the country, regular Invasion Day rallies scheduled for January 26 have had to adapt to the times, with some moving...
150 years of resistance led to the first Day of Mourning in 1938. It was a momentous occasion, and it formed the basis for First Nations political movements that...
Despite signing the international anti-torture convention five years ago, the Australian government has missed the deadline.
The NRL legend and star of 'Araatika! Rise Up' has curated a selection of his favourite documentaries, films and TV shows for you to stream right now at SBS On...
The bus was a gift to First Nations children in Gunyangara from graduating Year 12 classes at Barker College in Sydney.
Aboriginal Legal Service WA say they've "exhausted all domestic remedies" as the organisation considers filing complaints to the United Nations on behalf of...
Indigenous stars Ashleigh Gardner and Hannah Darlington are set to draw inspiration from Scott Boland's recent heroics when they take on England in the women's...
The Northern Territory has confirmed 418 new COVID cases as the virus continues to spread to vulnerable remote communities.
With barely a point lost over her two games so far, the World No. 1 has her sights firmly set on a third Grand Slam victory.
The Nēwara Aboriginal Corporation say owning land on Country will help Anaiwan people heal from colonisation and cut through the red tape to access public land.
The Ngarigo woman enters the Australian Open as the favourite for the third year running.
New South Wales police must ask suspects and victims if they are Indigenous "regardless of their appearance or background" in a bid to create a fairer justice...
A grieving father has demanded answers as to why his deceased son "didn't get the right treatment" at Dubbo Hospital.
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