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State minister denies prior knowledge of destruction of 'deep time' Aboriginal heritage sites in Western Australia’s Pilbara region as mining giant issues formal...
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The mother of Joyce Clarke says she wants the trial of her daughter's killer to remain in Perth but the accused police officer's legal defence team says it should...

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Rallies in solidarity with the US demonstrations over the death in police custody of George Floyd will be held in capital cities across Australia on Saturday.
State minister denies prior knowledge of destruction of 'deep time' Aboriginal heritage sites in Western Australia’s Pilbara region as mining giant issues formal...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the death of US man George Floyd was shocking but he doesn't believe violent protest is the answer, cautions against similar...
The family of David Dungay Jr who died in custody in Australia in disturbingly similar circumstances to George Floyd in Minneapolis says their thoughts are with...
Newly added
COVID-19 movement restrictions within QLD Indigenous communities to ease in three-stage plan, says state government.
City Council project criticised after releasing a map for popular video game Minecraft which erases local Kaurna community's deep historical connection with...
Karla Grant investigates the fears and deceptions that thwarted but never defeated, the collective vision for an Indigenous Voice.
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Fortescue Metals Group has lost a High Court appeal to overturn Native Title rights over 2,700 square kilometres of land in the Pilbara, including the site of an...
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