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Welfare payments have been suspended 74,000 times by job agencies since the return of mutual obligations last month, Senate committee hears.
The mother of murdered baby Charlie is pleading with the West Australian government to launch a parliamentary inquiry after requests for a coronial inquest were...
The family of a Wiradjuri man was fatally shot by a corrections officer outside a northern rivers hospital last year has welcomed a decision to refer the...
Queensland heads to the polls this weekend and in the seat of Cook in the north of the sunshine state, the incumbent is running alongside several more Indigenous...
Mr Mundine will commence his five-year appointment to the role immediately, filling a vacancy created with the retirement of Dr Bulent Hass Dellal.
The committee examining the destruction of cultural heritage at Juukan Gorge will travel to Western Australia next week to speak with Traditional Owners on...
This week marked one year since the Uluru climb was closed - a historic day for Anangu people. But for other First Nations people across the country who'd like to...

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A $7.5 million native title settlement over the Gibson Desert Nature Reserve was reached this week between Traditional Owners and the WA government.
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The family of Anaiwan man Nathan Reynolds share memories of him as 'a joker' and 'the best dad' while calling for accountability and change after the adjournment...
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The family of Kumanjayi Walker have finally laid him to rest, nearly one year after he was fatally shot by an NT Police officer in his home in Yuendumu, 300km...
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The Grand Final Weekend is here and the Melbourne Storm and Penrith Panthers are set to provide one of the all time great NRL games, writes Over The Black Dot's Timana...
Opinion: More than a decade after the start of the Intervention, the policy of income management continues to fail First Nations communities, writes Rachel...
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It's going to be a nervous week for the players in the four remaining NRL teams as they vie for a date with the premiership trophy on Sunday week, writes Over...
OPINION: If Indigenous workers are last hired and first fired then the current crisis is exactly the time for direct government intervention, yet there is little...
Over The Black Dot's Timana Tahu casts his astute rugby league eye over the premiership hopefuls and the genuine contenders as the NRL gets set to kick-off its...
At a breakfast event in WA today, Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt calls for a new way of working with mob, details the Coalition's approach to...
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The family of Birri Gubba woman, Sherry Fisher-Tilberoo, who died in police custody on Thursday last week, remember her as having a "loving and infectious"...
Lorna Cubillo, a member of the Northern Territory Stolen Generations passed away in Darwin over the weekend. She was part of the landmark compensation case...
A legend of Indigenous media, photographer Barbara McGrady has been behind a camera for more than half a century, but a crippling health issue has now forced the...
Following a week-long inquest, the deputy state coroner has recommended the care provided to Mr Chatfield on the morning of his death be referred to the Nursing...
Aboriginal youth in a Redfern out-of-home-care program are producing their own protective masks as part of an initiative to increase awareness around COVID-19...
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A $7.5 million native title settlement over the Gibson Desert Nature Reserve was reached this week between Traditional Owners and the WA government.
Welfare payments have been suspended 74,000 times by job agencies since the return of mutual obligations last month, Senate committee hears.
Mr Mundine will commence his five-year appointment to the role immediately, filling a vacancy created with the retirement of Dr Bulent Hass Dellal.
The committee examining the destruction of cultural heritage at Juukan Gorge will travel to Western Australia next week to speak with Traditional Owners on...
The mother of murdered baby Charlie is pleading with the West Australian government to launch a parliamentary inquiry after requests for a coronial inquest were...
The family of a Wiradjuri man was fatally shot by a corrections officer outside a northern rivers hospital last year has welcomed a decision to refer the...
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