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The Federal Environment Minister has stopped the construction of a Go Kart Track on sacred Wiradyuri land at Wahluu, or Mount Panorama, after receiving feedback...
Renowned Aboriginal photographer Mervyn Bishop's iconic images are being celebrated in the largest exhibition of his work at the National Film and Sound Archive...
Tasmanian’s Aboriginal community have hit out at the State and Federal government for “ignoring” the “atrocities” committed against Palawa Kani people during the...
A wave of sexual assault allegations over the past several weeks has placed the culture of Australia's highest offices under intense scrutiny.
Rio Tinto Chairman Simon Thompson says he accepts responsibility for destroying the 46,000-year-old caves, and will join the list of executives who have quit the...
James "Gurri" Dungay is asking to meet with the NSW Premier in a last-chance bid to protect Aboriginal cultural heritage sites from a road development between...
A giant of the Australian music industry, Michael Gudinski is being remembered for his role in supporting First Nations artists.

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Lead levels in the blood of children living around the South Australian town of Port Pirie reach a new high, according to new report
Researchers have used radiocarbon dating to determine that Australia's oldest known painting inside a rock shelter is 17,000-years-old.
The COVID-19 vaccine roll out is one of the largest logistical challenges the nation has faced and many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders will be first in...
Health and community organisations have called on Reconciliation Australia to dump Woolworths over the controversial Dan Murphy's megastore in Darwin.
Shahni Wellington's push for success began with achieving dux at her primary school. Now, she's bringing trusted news and current affairs to Australians across...
Indigenous news media organisations scrambling after Facebook restricts Australians from sharing or viewing any national or international news.
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Prominent Torres Strait Islander musician Henry Seaman Dan is being honoured by family and friends after his death at the age of 91.
The star member of the Aboriginal team to tour England in 1868, Johnny Mullagh, will be inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame in February.
Performer Tainga Savage has landed a part in the hit Broadway musical Hamilton, which is set to open in Sydney next year. But it follows a year of emotional...
The wukalina walk is a four-day Aboriginal-owned and operated walk in north-east Tasmania which has become more popular with locals since the coronavirus pandemic...
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Warlpiri artist Nelson Tjakamarra remembered as talented painter and generous storyteller, who shared his culture with the world through his work.
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Tasmanian’s Aboriginal community have hit out at the State and Federal government for “ignoring” the “atrocities” committed against Palawa Kani people during the...
Renowned Aboriginal photographer Mervyn Bishop's iconic images are being celebrated in the largest exhibition of his work at the National Film and Sound Archive...
The Federal Environment Minister has stopped the construction of a Go Kart Track on sacred Wiradyuri land at Wahluu, or Mount Panorama, after receiving feedback...
OPINION: I'm honoured to work alongside First Nations women fighting for structural change, and in awe of their spirit. Until the country feels the same way, we...
A wave of sexual assault allegations over the past several weeks has placed the culture of Australia's highest offices under intense scrutiny.
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Rio Tinto Chairman Simon Thompson says he accepts responsibility for destroying the 46,000-year-old caves, and will join the list of executives who have quit the...
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A Wiradjuri woman is putting a chequered academic past behind her after being accepted to write a PhD in law.
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