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The family of Kumanjayi Walker call for court proceedings to be held in Yuendumu or Alice Springs, ahead of an application to shift the case away.
Twenty six young Indigenous rugby union players are gearing up for a round robin tournament in New Zealand.
Temperatures are forecast to climb over 40C across NSW before a strong southerly cold front, prompting concerns about potentially lethal fire conditions.
A first time basketball tournament set to be held in north Queensland this week will showcase the talents of men and women across all age groups.
NSW parliament's upper house will hold an urgent hearing on the extent of damage to the koala population from the recent bushfires, with 2,000 feared dead.
An assessment by the federal Environment Minister regarding the protection of several culturally significant trees will have to be reconsidered following a...
UPDATE: National Indigenous Australians Agency spokesperson says all 14 FVPLS services will continue to be funded and receive an increase in dollars, but the...

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Yolŋu beaches are being inundated with tones of rubbish and impacting the lives of marine species and local communities.
The High Court heard submissions over whether Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people should be exempt from the government's mandatory deportation powers.
Amongst the Indigenous winners overnight was Deborah Mailman who took home a gong for her role in the ABC series Total Control.
A state-based treaty working group in Queensland is preparing to conclude its public consultations on Friday.
Winners announced! See the works of the Sydney Festival's Proclamation flag competition.
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Indigenous artists feature big, bold and beautifully Blak at the 2019 ARIAs in Sydney overnight.

 

 

 

 

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As the first Indigenous federal cabinet minister, Ken Wyatt is widely respected but by the same token, the expectations on him are very high.
There's a need to develop new tourism activities at Uluru that would entail interacting respectfully with Traditional Owners.
The proposal is to be legislated and not enshrined in the constitution. This type of reform was resoundingly rejected by the Uluru statement.
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Health professionals will be better equipped to treat survivors of the Stolen Generations with a new set of resources that addresses their key concerns.
$105 million to address housing issues in remote Queensland and the Torres Strait will finally begin to flow to affected communities.
After more than fifty years fighting for the rights of his people, the proud Wangerriburra and Birri Gubba man passed away yesterday.
The Quandamooka people have welcomed a Federal Court decision recognising their native title rights over Moreton Island in Queensland.
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Traditional Owners say they were excluded from voting in last month's Australian Electoral Commission ballot on a proposed nuclear waste dump in country SA -...
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Temperatures are forecast to climb over 40C across NSW before a strong southerly cold front, prompting concerns about potentially lethal fire conditions.
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Yolŋu beaches are being inundated with tones of rubbish and impacting the lives of marine species and local communities.
A first time basketball tournament set to be held in north Queensland this week will showcase the talents of men and women across all age groups.
NSW parliament's upper house will hold an urgent hearing on the extent of damage to the koala population from the recent bushfires, with 2,000 feared dead.
Ash from bushfires burning across NSW has washed up on Sydney's beaches and there are concerns it could end up in drinking water supplies.
An assessment by the federal Environment Minister regarding the protection of several culturally significant trees will have to be reconsidered following a...
Winners announced! See the works of the Sydney Festival's Proclamation flag competition.
UPDATE: National Indigenous Australians Agency spokesperson says all 14 FVPLS services will continue to be funded and receive an increase in dollars, but the...
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