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Almost 300,000 people marched in cities across Australia in rallies calling for the government to more aggressively to combat climate change.
The West Australian Police Commissioner said he was ‘not satisfied’ with how long the roll-out of body cameras are taking to get to his police force.
Maori groups in far north New Zealand have banned a replica of Captain Cook's vessel Endeavour from docking for a historical commemoration.
An Indigenous boy from the Northern Territory is taking his message on Aboriginal-led education and youth incarceration to Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
The Eora Elders Olympics returns with a day full of games that promote healthy living for local Sydney Elders.
Australia's first Indigenous Paralympian and his daughter and granddaughter have voted to select the members of Victoria's First People’s Assembly.
Last weekend, Yorta Yorta grandmother Tanya Day would have turned 57. As the inquest into her death in police custody continues, her family is pushing for justice...

 

 

 

 

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OPINION: People of colour are not play things for parties, so why is it, when blackface is called out as offensive, the defence cries foul. Is that 'white privilege'...
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OPINION: One happy Dad from Maningrida believes running can rebuild your spirit and strengthen your family. He's calling out for others to join him in Sydney for...
When you think of an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander kid, or in fact any kid, imagine what’s possible. Don’t define us through the lens of disadvantage […]...
Fashion design today is being shaped by First Nations people at every level.
REVIEW: The Australian Dream is a powerful new documentary about the booing saga Adam Goodes faced and what it means for the nation. In this film, Adam along with...
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It’s been a long time between albums for Noongar singer-songwriter Phil Walleystack but after five years of work his latest release has dropped, filled with a message...
An Aboriginal-led campaign is helping mature-aged students across New South Wales close the gap on literacy.
One young Kamilaroi man is on a mission to make sure kids in remote areas have access to science resources.
The Victoria Hotel in Roebourne, at the edge of Western Australia's Pilbara region, enters a new era after officially re-opening as a community hub.
OPINION: One man in Broome is raising four daughters as a single father. Happy Fathers Day!
OPINION: Young people are proving they have the talent to disrupt negative stereotypes, and this can save lives.
Nine children from the remote Cape York community of Hope Vale take centre stage to sing in language at Sydney Opera House.
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