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A special ceremony will mark the repatriation of over 200 manggu samples to their island home.
Challenges to Australia's national identity rise with more sites of massacre of First Nations people by colonial-settlers confirmed for digital map project.
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After encountering an 'aggressive' flight attendant aboard a flight from Brisbane to Sydney, Black Eyed Peas' will-i-am leads the group in a show of solidarity...
Former Labor senator and two-time Olympian, Nova Peris has been honoured at the third Dreamtime Awards. Tennis star Ashleigh Barty takes home Person of the Year.
Residents of Sydney's Yarra Bay, MPs and the local Aboriginal Land Council have slammed plans for a new cruise ship terminal.
Elders from the remote Northern Territory community of Yuendumu say they are disappointed with the response from the Minister for Indigenous Australians during...
WA police presence heavy as hundreds of mourners from across the state attend funeral for Joyce Clarke who was fatally shot by a police officer two months ago.

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A proud Adnyamathanha Elder thought he was attending an event to celebrate his daughter, but found 150 people had turned up to honour him instead.
Images of singed koalas circulate on social media as bushfires continue to ravage New South Wales and Queensland.
The Inner West Council has voted to move festivities usually held on Australia Day and encourage constituents to attend the Aboriginal Yabun festival.
Aboriginal recordings that are more than 100 years old have been added to a national sound registry, signifying cultural and historical importance to Australia.
New exhibition takes a close look at the lines of communication in which First Nations stories are told and passed down through generation after generation.
The Dreamtime Awards are back with celebrities including Jess Mauboy, Briggs and Ash Barty in the running as finalists.
Kimberley singer Olive Knight reflects on her international tour with Hugh Jackman.

 

 

 

 

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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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The legendary Broome musician was well-known for his appearance and contribution to the original version of 'Bran Nue Dae' as well as performing alongside Mary G.
The controversial proposal has been opposed by the Barngarla Determination Aboriginal Corporation, who are the native title holders of the area.
The corroboree united different tribes, generations and cultural practices whilst sharing and acknowledging concerns about climate change.
He successfully fought against plans to build the world's largest LNG gas export terminal in an 'untouched' part of Australia.
A new sport has rolled into the rugged landscape of Central Australia where Aussie Rules reigns supreme.
Yarrabah has an opportunity to improve the mental and physical wellbeing of the community with the launch of a new health centre.
A Sydney Human Rights Lawyer files a class action suit on behalf of the remote Wadeye community against the Northern Territory Government alleging...
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A special ceremony will mark the repatriation of over 200 manggu samples to their island home.
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After encountering an 'aggressive' flight attendant aboard a flight from Brisbane to Sydney, Black Eyed Peas' will-i-am leads the group in a show of solidarity...
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A proud Adnyamathanha Elder thought he was attending an event to celebrate his daughter, but found 150 people had turned up to honour him instead.
When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS, SBS VICELAND, NITV and SBS On Demand. Find out what's screening where and when.
Challenges to Australia's national identity rise with more sites of massacre of First Nations people by colonial-settlers confirmed for digital map project.
Residents of Sydney's Yarra Bay, MPs and the local Aboriginal Land Council have slammed plans for a new cruise ship terminal.
Former Labor senator and two-time Olympian, Nova Peris has been honoured at the third Dreamtime Awards. Tennis star Ashleigh Barty takes home Person of the Year.
WA police presence heavy as hundreds of mourners from across the state attend funeral for Joyce Clarke who was fatally shot by a police officer two months ago.
Images of singed koalas circulate on social media as bushfires continue to ravage New South Wales and Queensland.
A media statement issued by a NT health organisation attracts criticism over its timing and tone.
The legendary Broome musician was well-known for his appearance and contribution to the original version of 'Bran Nue Dae' as well as performing alongside Mary G.
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