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New exhibition takes a close look at the lines of communication in which First Nations stories are told and passed down through generation after generation.
This Remembrance Day we hear stories of courage, reflect on the treatment of Indigenous soldiers and find out more about recent official acknowledgement of their...
Donations and tributes have poured in across Australia after the tragic death of 27-year-old boxer Dwight Ritchie during a sparring session.
The twenty people chosen to steer the country towards Indigenous recognition have been announced.
OPINION: Victoria's First Peoples’ Assembly election is history in the making, and it will lead to huge structural change for our people.
The controversial proposal has been opposed by the Barngarla Determination Aboriginal Corporation, who are the native title holders of the area.
There are more than 70 indigenous players in the AFL and they watched The Final Quarter documentary about Adam Goodes as a group.

 

 

 

 

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As the first Indigenous federal cabinet minister, Ken Wyatt is widely respected but by the same token, the expectations on him are very high.
There's a need to develop new tourism activities at Uluru that would entail interacting respectfully with Traditional Owners.
The proposal is to be legislated and not enshrined in the constitution. This type of reform was resoundingly rejected by the Uluru statement.
OPINION: A Kullilli man from Queensland today reflects on the wisdom of the Anangu to close the climb over Uluru.
OPINION: What is the difference between Uluru and a livestock farm, when an outsider wants to look around?
If the representations we see of black women in Australia only focus on disadvantage and deficit how do we expect things to change?
Many Aboriginal survivors of sexual abuse find mainstream counselling inappropriate but there is a way to help them heal.
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The corroboree united different tribes, generations and cultural practices whilst sharing and acknowledging concerns about climate change.
He successfully fought against plans to build the world's largest LNG gas export terminal in an 'untouched' part of Australia.
A new sport has rolled into the rugged landscape of Central Australia where Aussie Rules reigns supreme.
Yarrabah has an opportunity to improve the mental and physical wellbeing of the community with the launch of a new health centre.
A Sydney Human Rights Lawyer files a class action suit on behalf of the remote Wadeye community against the Northern Territory Government alleging...
The Productivity Commission says mental health and suicide cost the Australian economy $500 million a day, with Indigenous Australians disproportionately impacted...
In a fierce attempt to have their voices heard, Traditional Owners from the NT have travelled to Sydney to stand up against hydraulic fracking plans.
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A Northern Territory policeman has been charged with one count of murder over the shooting of Warlpiri man Kumanjayi Walker.
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New exhibition takes a close look at the lines of communication in which First Nations stories are told and passed down through generation after generation.
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Police discover a woman’s body in bushland at Aboriginal camp in the Goldfields region.
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The Senior Advisory Group appointed by Ken Wyatt to co-design the Indigenous voice to government has held its first meeting in Canberra.
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The Inner West Council has voted to move festivities usually held on Australia Day and encourage constituents to attend the Aboriginal Yabun festival.
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The senior advisory group appointed by Ken Wyatt to co-design the Indigenous voice to Government has held its first meeting in Canberra.
Aboriginal organisations echo community calls for thorough, transparent inquiry into the death of Kumanjayi Walker to be conducted on Country.
A war of words has erupted around Australia's bushfires and climate change. But most scientists say the link is clear.
Australian tennis star Ash Barty has taken out yet another award.
Yuendumu elder, Elizabeth Katakarinja says Kumanjayi Walker was not armed and did not attack police when they entered the home to arrest him.
Yuendumu community demands an independent investigation into the death of Kumanjayi Walker as prominent figures express sadness and outrage and nationwide...
Donations and tributes have poured in across Australia after the tragic death of 27-year-old boxer Dwight Ritchie during a sparring session.
This Remembrance Day we hear stories of courage, reflect on the treatment of Indigenous soldiers and find out more about recent official acknowledgement of their...
Family of Aunty Tanya Day again fronted the media on Monday, saying if there is no criminal investigation, there will be more deaths in custody.
A young Warlpiri man has died after being shot by police in the central desert community of Yuendumu overnight.
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