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From under a palm tree on Ukerebagh Island to the corridors of power, Neville Bonner was a trailblazer with an enduring legacy.
The 'River Boss' was discovered in south-east Queensland and is the first species of it's kind ever recorded in the country.
The Arakwal say the upcoming Netflix production 'Byron Baes' doesn't respect their community, cultural practices and values.
An Adelaide inquest has heard that a lack of resources stopped the state's child protection body from acting before an Aboriginal mother and her two children were...
Thirteen students graduated from the tertiary course this week, that's aimed at helping to revive and preserve the ancient Wayilwan language.
Lawyers say they have filed a class action on behalf of Indigenous stockmen, farmhands and domestic labourers who were forced to work for little or no pay during...
Leetona Dungay says she has exhausted all pathways within the Australian legal system and received "no justice" following the 2015 death in custody of her son.

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The Carlton legend, who has also been a constant target of vile racist abuse, has backed Goodes' decision to brush prestigious accolade.
The artwork celebrates the legendary Yolŋu actor and depicts four stages of his life, from his film 'Walkabout' to recent on-screen performances.
With the support of the local council, Traditional Owners are now closer to having the brutal deaths of hundreds of Aboriginal men, women and babies at Blackmans...
A burial ceremony has been performed on Anaiwan Country for the skulls of a man and a woman that were repatriated from the University of Edinburgh.
The family of Ms Wynne hope an inquest later this year will explain how she died following several incidents involving WA police.
The coronial inquest heard 'excited delirium', a controversial syndrome used in the failed defence of George Floyd's murderer, was another possible factor.
Two burial poles have been erected at the Australian National University to signify the return of over 200 blood samples to the Galiwin'ku people after half a...

 

 

 

 

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Prominent Torres Strait Islander musician Henry Seaman Dan is being honoured by family and friends after his death at the age of 91.
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.
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Thirteen students graduated from the tertiary course this week, that's aimed at helping to revive and preserve the ancient Wayilwan language.
The Arakwal say the upcoming Netflix production 'Byron Baes' doesn't respect their community, cultural practices and values.
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From under a palm tree on Ukerebagh Island to the corridors of power, Neville Bonner was a trailblazer with an enduring legacy.
Lawyers say they have filed a class action on behalf of Indigenous stockmen, farmhands and domestic labourers who were forced to work for little or no pay during...
The artwork celebrates the legendary Yolŋu actor and depicts four stages of his life, from his film 'Walkabout' to recent on-screen performances.
The former world No.1 and Wiradjuri icon revealed how close she came to being removed from her family as a child and how it spurred her on to tennis greatness.
In his first Origin match in two years, the Biripi and Wiradjuri superstar smashed up the Maroons as the Blues claimed their biggest ever win.
Leetona Dungay says she has exhausted all pathways within the Australian legal system and received "no justice" following the 2015 death in custody of her son.
The Yokayi host dedicated the show's opening monologue to Goodes, joining a growing chorus of support for the AFL star.
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