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The case is the first in Western Australia of a non- Aboriginal perpetrator being found guilty of sexual assaults against children taken from their parents.
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An emergency meeting was held in Canberra yesterday to discuss water management in the Murray Darling Basin in response to the deaths of millions of fish near...
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Both the Yarra City Council and Darebin City Council have hit back at Prime Minister Scott Morrison's recent announcements about Australia Day.
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The campaign helping people avoid imprisonment for unpaid fines continues its success, with one campaign coordinator saying fines should be income assessed.
Victoria's treaty process is going inside the state's prisons to provide information and hear feedback from Indigenous inmates.
Kakadu National Park is the big winner with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten visiting with big funding promises.

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Experts say more needs to be done after five Aboriginal youth suicides and a sixth in hospital after a suspected suicide attempt in first weeks of the new year.
A young mum of three and domestic violence victim living in fear of being arrested over unpaid fines has had her warrant paid out, with many other women in a...
The mother of a young Aboriginal boy injured after allegedly being dragged into a "cage" by shop workers says she will never return to the store.
A Perth man has been charged over manhandling a nine-year old Aboriginal boy and locking him in a supermarket store-room.
A ceremony in Carnarvon, Western Australia formally acknowledges the old people taken to two 'death islands' in the early 20th century.
Three weeks ago, Stolen Generations survivor Glen Atkinson was diagnosed with a terminal illness, and now he and his family are fighting for reparations before he...
The report calls on Canberra to "stop ignoring" the many human rights violations experienced by Aboriginal people on a daily basis.

 

 

 

 

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An emergency meeting was held in Canberra yesterday to discuss water management in the Murray Darling Basin in response to the deaths of millions of fish near...
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Victoria's treaty process is going inside the state's prisons to provide information and hear feedback from Indigenous inmates.
Newly added
The case is the first in Western Australia of a non- Aboriginal perpetrator being found guilty of sexual assaults against children taken from their parents.
Newly added
Residents in northern Western Australia claim they're being unfairly punished by a ban on the Sunday sale of alcohol designed to tackle problem drinking in the...
In the lead up to 26 January, NITV is playing the best Indigenous films and television series including Sweet Country, which will have its television premiere.
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Both the Yarra City Council and Darebin City Council have hit back at Prime Minister Scott Morrison's recent announcements about Australia Day.
The campaign helping people avoid imprisonment for unpaid fines continues its success, with one campaign coordinator saying fines should be income assessed.
Kakadu National Park is the big winner with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten visiting with big funding promises.
Experts say more needs to be done after five Aboriginal youth suicides and a sixth in hospital after a suspected suicide attempt in first weeks of the new year.
Ashleigh Barty has made a flying start to her Australian Open, defeating Thailand's Luksika Kumkhum in straight sets.
A ceremony in Carnarvon, Western Australia formally acknowledges the old people taken to two 'death islands' in the early 20th century.
COMMENT: Every year on the 26th of January I wonder a bit about how I am going to refer to the day, Invasion Day, Survival Day or Day of Mourning? Over the years...
National Rugby League star avoids conviction for driving under the influence, placed on good behaviour bond.
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