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Raw videos captured by smartphones and spread on social media are shining a light on disturbing confrontations with law enforcement.
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The Covington teenager claims he was "wrongfully targeted and bullied" in a story that divided the US.
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Veteran Labor MP Jenny Macklin has delivered her valedictory speech, encouraging her colleagues to implement an indigenous voice to federal parliament.
Western Australia is the only state still jailing people for fine defaults with First Nation’s people being one of the communities most affected by the law.
The Australian government has detained and is attempting to deport an Aboriginal man to New Zealand – a country he left when he was two years old.
The efforts of Aboriginal Tiwi Islanders in helping resist the Japanese during World War II have been recognised during commemorations to mark 77 years since the...
A law firm has promised to act as the Indian mining giant's "attack dog" against opponents of its controversial Queensland coal project.

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According to a new study, groups undertaking land use and development planning are in the dark when it comes to information about significant Indigenous sites.
Sydney is a long way from home for the 13 Indigenous students from Arnhem Land, but each of them is embracing city life to gain a bachelor’s degree and close the...
Leaders of advocacy groups are optimistic about holding greater sway on the government’s central strategy to overcome Indigenous disadvantage.
Scientists have laid out a new plan to save the Darling River after the death of millions of fish attracted national attention.
Voting for the representative body will be open to all Victorian Traditional Owners, even those live overseas or elsewhere in Australia.
More than 500 mums have taken part in the program since 2013 with results that buck national trends.
A painting of the proud Wiradjuri woman takes a permanent place in Canberra’s Parliament House.

 

 

 

 

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The Covington teenager claims he was "wrongfully targeted and bullied" in a story that divided the US.
Newly added
Veteran Labor MP Jenny Macklin has delivered her valedictory speech, encouraging her colleagues to implement an indigenous voice to federal parliament.
Western Australia is the only state still jailing people for fine defaults with First Nation’s people being one of the communities most affected by the law.
According to a new study, groups undertaking land use and development planning are in the dark when it comes to information about significant Indigenous sites.
Raw videos captured by smartphones and spread on social media are shining a light on disturbing confrontations with law enforcement.
ANALYSIS: With the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population expected to increase in the coming years, media must ensure Indigenous experiences are...
The efforts of Aboriginal Tiwi Islanders in helping resist the Japanese during World War II have been recognised during commemorations to mark 77 years since the...
The Australian government has detained and is attempting to deport an Aboriginal man to New Zealand – a country he left when he was two years old.
Rock carvings by the crews of American whaling ships made in the 1840s have been found on islands in WA's Pilbara region.
A law firm has promised to act as the Indian mining giant's "attack dog" against opponents of its controversial Queensland coal project.
Historical accounts of Sydney in 1798 have been discovered in the United States, featuring extraordinary details of a payback ceremony adjudicated by...
The former inmates had rejected payouts and will be forced to foot the government’s legal costs.
Sydney is a long way from home for the 13 Indigenous students from Arnhem Land, but each of them is embracing city life to gain a bachelor’s degree and close the...
The circumstances surrounding the deaths of two Aboriginal men during the Townsville floods has sparked controversy.
The chief executive of Adani Australia says there's a lot of 'mythology and untruth' about the company.
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