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The Yorta Yorta rapper, comedian and scriptwriter is now an award-winning children's book author after picking up a gong on Wednesday night.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers have taken out a raft of gongs at this year’s APRA Music Awards.
Biri/South Sea Islander man says he and his son were the only two people asked to produce their tickets in the corporate box.
John Pat's family is devastated the number of Aboriginal death's in custody continues to climb, almost 40 years after the violent death of the Yindjibarndi...
First Nations groups are fighting to save a location where ancestral remains lay, storylines cross and sacred artefacts remain untouched.
A new online tool will help Wanggan and Yagalinggu mob from Central Queensland to study their traditional language.
Network 10 and production company Fremantle have made further comments in relation to claims TV show Neighbours has a racist and misogynistic workplace.

 

 

 

 

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Home recipes showcase cultural pride and historical struggle, as Aaron Fa'aoso heads back home to the Torres Strait.
NITV long-running current affairs program Living Black returns for 2021, kicking off with an in-depth interview with legendary actor and personality, Ernie Dingo.
She's a fitness professional, social media influencer and set to be your new favourite TV personality, but Megan Waters says being back in the NT bush is where...
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OPINION: I'm honoured to work alongside First Nations women fighting for structural change, and in awe of their spirit. Until the country feels the same way, we won't...
OPINION: Most Australians still seem to possess not even the remotest clue regarding what the Apology was for, much less why it was necessary, writes Celeste Liddle.
OPINION - "We, the people, will have to lead the way, governments will not, and as they are failing to address racism in this country, we cannot, and will not,...
OPINION: A video recording of a talk given to the Samuel Griffith Society in 2017 shows Wolahan lay out his opposition for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
OPINION: Summer May Findlay says 'awareness' is mere baby steps and reconciliation requires action from non-Indigenous people.
OPINION: Reconciliation in Australia has been expressed as politeness, white people learning about Aboriginal cultures, and corporate guilt-relief. Now it needs...
Pat Turner AM delivered the keynote address at the 20th anniversary of the Dr Charles Perkins Oration late last week, a speech that advocated for greater equality...
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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.
Performer Tainga Savage has landed a part in the hit Broadway musical Hamilton, which is set to open in Sydney next year. But it follows a year of emotional...
The wukalina walk is a four-day Aboriginal-owned and operated walk in north-east Tasmania which has become more popular with locals since the coronavirus pandemic...
Like a "crocodile on steroids", The Swamp King was so large he hunted megafauna.
Warlpiri artist Nelson Tjakamarra remembered as talented painter and generous storyteller, who shared his culture with the world through his work.
The Wampaya Traditional Owners in the Barkly region of the Northern Territory have finally had their land returned, nearly four decades after they first lodged...
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An award-winning author, teacher and poet is raising money to distribute First Nations written/illustrated books to students in areas affected by flood and fire.
Health authorities have been unable to find a link between a returned overseas traveller who harboured the same genomic sequencing as a Sydney couple who tested...
The dark history of forced labour and Stolen Wages is slowly becoming a national conversation, with people sharing their traumatic first-hand experiences of...
For the first time ever a federal parliamentary committee has met with Yanyuwa, Mara, Garrawa and Gudanji Traditional Owners to discuss the expansion of the...
Artist Maggie-Jean Douglas has been announced as the winner of the prestigious NAIDOC poster competition for her work on the theme "Heal Country!".
The family of Wiradjuri man Bailey Mackander relive their son’s final recorded moments as the court heard him beg correctional officers to let him out of the...
The incident took place in June 2020 and caused outrage after a video of the arrest went viral.
Burning crosses and Hitler salutes in the Grampians are just one example of increasing extremist behaviour that authorities say could result in an imminent...
Traditional Owners opposed to the Adani coalmine will undertake a 105 kilometre bicycle ride.
The WA government is under pressure to raise the age of criminal responsibility from ten years old to 14 with children being arrested and charged over alleged...
Ash Barty defeats Polish teen Iga Swiatek in two sets, moving on to the Madrid Open quarter finals and confirming herself as Roland-Garros favourite.
The first edition of the Koori Mail newspaper was published in 1991 - now, more than 700 editions later the paper is celebrating 30 years of publication.
A lead police investigator told the court circumstances around the 20-year-old Wiradjuri man’s death were “avoidable”, citing an unfenced wall, the gaps...
The sacred women's site was under threat from a proposed expansion of a neighbouring go-kart track.
The pledge fulfills an election promise for the second-term Labor government, supporting on Country conservation efforts.
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