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John Pat's family is devastated the number of Aboriginal death's in custody continues to climb, almost 40 years after the violent death of the Yindjibarndi teenager...
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A new online tool will help Wanggan and Yagalinggu mob from Central Queensland to study their traditional language.
Network 10 and production company Fremantle have made further comments in relation to claims TV show Neighbours has a racist and misogynistic workplace.
The controversial McArthur River Mine has entered into talks with the NLC to negotiate an Indigenous Land Use Agreement but some are sceptical of mining giant...
The legendary singer-songwriter returns to The Espy to perform his earliest protest songs for the first time since their release on cassette over 30-years ago.
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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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Marlon Johns Jr died after being struck by a train. His family are demanding an investigation into an alleged incident of racism by transit authority guards.
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The jury found Derek Chauvin guilty of two counts of murder and one count of manslaughter after he was filmed kneeling on George Floyd's neck in May last year.
Biri/South Sea Islander man says he and his son were the only two people asked to produce their tickets in the corporate box.
Following allegations of racism on the set of Neighbours, the peak national group for ethnocultural racial equality Diversity Arts Australia says urgent action is...
A vessel containing Aboriginal artworks including 250 flagpoles painted red was allegedly stolen from Inner West of Sydney a day before an Aboriginal-led...
A prosecutor told jurors to "believe your eyes" as he replayed video of George Floyd's death during closing arguments in the former police officer's murder trial.
Indigenous women's safety groups are welcoming the federal government's move to establish an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander advisory council to develop...
Gumbaynggir artist Aretha Brown paints an eco-friendly mural in Melbourne to explore Indigenous culture and the role of Elders in the community.
When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS, SBS VICELAND, NITV and SBS On Demand. Find out what's screening where and when.
Making coercive control a crime could have 'unintended consequences' for Aboriginal women unless other change happens first, a women's violence service says.
“It's something that scarred you for life, it's always inside of you like a scar, you know. I want everybody to know what happened here and let everybody know.”
The WA government will not prosecute Kimberley Granite Holdings over its destruction of significant sites in the East Kimberley.
Yadhaigana and Wuthathi woman Donisha Duff has lived in the Bowman electorate for three decades and says she wants to stand up for the community.
Home recipes showcase cultural pride and historical struggle, as Aaron Fa'aoso heads back home to the Torres Strait.
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