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A Western Australian police officer who fatally shot an Aboriginal woman has been found not guilty of murder.
First Nations education bodies say they're "disappointed" by Alan Tudge's comments on the draft national curriculum, which he says presents a "negative view of...
Elders confronted South Australian development authorities at a Town Hall meeting, accusing them of failing to consult with Traditional Owners.
It aims to improve attendance by placing more emphasis on First Nations culture and introducing more Aboriginal teachers and advisors to classrooms.
Yorta Yorta rapper Briggs gives a new spin to a the country legend's classic truth-telling song.
The Noongar Yamatji woman is also the show's first openly bisexual lead.
Lawyers have delivered their closing arguments in the WA Supreme Court trial of a police officer charged with murder for fatally shooting an Aboriginal woman.

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A Western Australian police officer who fatally shot an Aboriginal woman has been found not guilty of murder.
First Nations education bodies say they're "disappointed" by Alan Tudge's comments on the draft national curriculum, which he says presents a "negative view of...
It aims to improve attendance by placing more emphasis on First Nations culture and introducing more Aboriginal teachers and advisors to classrooms.
Elders confronted South Australian development authorities at a Town Hall meeting, accusing them of failing to consult with Traditional Owners.
Yorta Yorta rapper Briggs gives a new spin to a the country legend's classic truth-telling song.
Lawyers have delivered their closing arguments in the WA Supreme Court trial of a police officer charged with murder for fatally shooting an Aboriginal woman.
The Yoo-rrook Justice Commission says this truth-telling process will inform Victoria's path towards a treaty.
The new group, based out of Western Australia say they want to represent the have nots and those in need of assistance.
Jeremiah Rivers, 27, was last seen about 20 kilometres south of Noccundra on Sunday morning.
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The Noongar Yamatji woman is also the show's first openly bisexual lead.
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One of Australia's most powerful land councils is fearful of another Juukan Gorge disaster if WA doesn't nail its new cultural heritage laws.
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