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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has claimed an Indigenous voice to parliament would be a third chamber and that it must be rejected, but proponents say that's not...
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The Paralympic body has dismissed allegations the athlete has misrepresented her impairments, saying she has been through 'rigorous' assessment processes.
There were concerns the Indigenous rugby league tournament could have been cancelled before it received the official go-ahead at a last-minute review.
The event included original demonstrators who took part in the march and descendants of others.
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has claimed an Indigenous voice to parliament would be a third chamber and that it must be rejected, but proponents say that's not...
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Billy Slater has to be freed to play in the NRL grand final, but even without him the Storm would win, says Over the Black Dot co-host, Owen Craigie.
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison's proposal to keep Australia Day and recognise Indigenous achievements on another date has been criticised as missing the mark.
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There were concerns the Indigenous rugby league tournament could have been cancelled before it received the official go-ahead at a last-minute review.
The Paralympic body has dismissed allegations the athlete has misrepresented her impairments, saying she has been through 'rigorous' assessment processes.
Supporters wanted an upfront payment of $3.2 million for the girl who was left incapacitated by a massive electrical shock.
The event included original demonstrators who took part in the march and descendants of others.
OPINION: Archaeologists believe they've found HMB Endeavour, but we do not need to continue Cook's legacy to find a symbol for our nation, writes Eddie Synot.
We're seeing a lot of 'rewriting Australia's history', and despite Mark Latham pointing fingers, it's not coming from the left.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has declared Australia Day can be held on January 26 and still be 'respectful'.
The proposed model for the treaty representative body will be discussed at next week's gathering, but there's already disagreement over its design.
Australian and US archaeologists believe they may have found Captain James Cook's Endeavour.
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