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If the run is successful, Ms Liddle could become first First Nations woman to enter the House of Representatives from Victoria.
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The Yorta Yorta rapper, comedian and scriptwriter is now an award-winning children's book author after picking up a gong on Wednesday night.
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First Nations groups are fighting to save a location where ancestral remains lay, storylines cross and sacred artefacts remain untouched.
A new online tool will help Wanggan and Yagalinggu mob from Central Queensland to study their traditional language.
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The five commissioners will lead the inquiry that will look at historic and ongoing injustices, which is named after the Wemba Wemba-Wamba Wamba word for "truth".
Yvonne Weldon is the first Aboriginal candidate to run for Sydney's mayorship and has spent more than 20 years working in key First Nations and government...
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If the run is successful, Ms Liddle could become first First Nations woman to enter the House of Representatives from Victoria.
The Telco has been fined for exploiting Indigenous customers by selling them contracts they could not afford, causing many to go into thousands of dollars of debt.
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