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Western Sydney Wanderers goalkeeper Jada Whyman has joined an impressive list of elite athletes set to 'Share a Yarn' with remote Indigenous communities across...
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The remains have been confirmed as being over 100 years old and are believed to be of Aboriginal origin.
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The National Indigenous Music Awards announces their popular annual awards ceremony will go ahead, potentially reaching an even larger audience through its ...
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An Aboriginal heritage site in Western Australia’s Pilbara region, which provided insight to the earliest human population that inhabited the western Hamersley...
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The Federal MP for Kennedy leads a protest in the Aboriginal coastal community of Yarrabah, calling for biosecurity restrictions to be dropped despite the risk of...
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Four police officers in Minneapolis have been sacked after a bystander's video emerged showing the violent arrest of a black man who died in custody.
Since the apology to the Stolen Generations in 2008, survivors have called for action beyond symbolism – from trauma-informed healing programs, to financial...
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