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Leaders are calling on the federal government to declare Indigenous suicide a national crisis.
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Organisers say the campaign comes at a time when reducing suicide rates looms as one of Australia's most important challenges.
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Of more than a hundred people who have done the training, all have used it at least once.
The move is part of an $18 million plan to improve the accountability of law enforcement and the community.
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How do we close the gap in health outcomes and life expectancy? One program has tried to improve how general practitioners provide a culturally safe clinic.
The Morrison government is reportedly drafting laws to crack down on extremist content circulated on social media.
The Indian mining giant has been fined by the Queensland government.

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Kyanne Pryor wants more to be done to stop bullying after her younger sister took her life following months of relentless harassment.
The call-to-action follows growing frustration about "government inaction" on Indigenous youth suicide.
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A trailblazing Indigenous tennis star, Evonne Goolagong is remembered for beating fellow Australian Margaret Smith Court in the first of her two Wimbledon finals ...
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Brazil’s 300 Indigenous tribes have survived conquest, small pox, enslavement and assimilation. But will they, and will the Amazon, survive the Bolsonaro presidency?
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Soli Bailey has chosen to carry his Indigenous pride out onto the waves, making history in the process.
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Kyanne Pryor wants more to be done to stop bullying after her younger sister took her life following months of relentless harassment.
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Brazil’s 300 Indigenous tribes have survived conquest, small pox, enslavement and assimilation. But will they, and will the Amazon, survive the Bolsonaro presidency?
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London's Natural History Museum has returned the remains of 37 Indigenous Australians at a handover ceremony in the UK.
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A trailblazing Indigenous tennis star, Evonne Goolagong is remembered for beating fellow Australian Margaret Smith Court in the first of her two Wimbledon finals ...
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Leaders are calling on the federal government to declare Indigenous suicide a national crisis.
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Of more than a hundred people who have done the training, all have used it at least once.
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Organisers say the campaign comes at a time when reducing suicide rates looms as one of Australia's most important challenges.
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How do we close the gap in health outcomes and life expectancy? One program has tried to improve how general practitioners provide a culturally safe clinic.

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