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Waskam (Emelda) Davis' grandfather was 'blackbirded' at the age of 12. An apology by the Mayor of Bundaberg for the regions' history of slavery marks an...
Constable Zachary Rolfe, who shot and killed Warlpiri man Kumanjayi Walker in Yuendumu in 2019, will face trial on August 18 in Darwin.
Wongatha-Yamatji woman Mary-Ellen Passmore became one of the first people to end her life under the state's new laws on Thursday. Before her death, she spoke to...
JC, a 29-year-old Yamatji woman, was fatally shot by a West Australian police officer at her home in 2019, leaving behind a young son.
The Star of Taroom spent nearly half a century sitting in a Brisbane backyard and now it has been walked 500 kilometres back to Country.
The oldest modern human remains ever found on the continent are at risk of being lost in secret burial ceremonies, angering First Nations communities.
The book builds a compelling picture of the life of Albert Namatjira, capturing his triumphs and tragedy against a backdrop of social change and historical...

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An expert says the finding in WA's Pilbara region could be the beginning of thousands of significant, intertidal rock art discoveries.
The Snowy Hydro 2.0’s approval document says approximately seven million cubic metres of spoil will be dumped across four sites in the park.
Demands have been made for the QLD Police Commissioner and Premier to address the culture of the state police service, as the body investigates its own...
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The legendary actor delves into his family history, and says it's time Australia had a reckoning with its past too.
The beloved actor will host the country's "biggest singalong" on Saturday, in a return to pre-pandemic tradition.
Hosted by investigative journalist Jess Hill, See What You Made Me Do leads a suite of programming examining domestic abuse, on offer across SBS and SBS On Demand...
To support the issues raised in See What You Made Me Do, SBS offers a range of programming and online content to build greater understanding of domestic abuse.
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OPINION: Too often, our people have been promised change, only to watch reports stack up and gather dust. The Juukan Gorge report can't be another on that pile,...
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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...
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The book builds a compelling picture of the life of Albert Namatjira, capturing his triumphs and tragedy against a backdrop of social change and historical...
Waskam (Emelda) Davis' grandfather was 'blackbirded' at the age of 12. An apology by the Mayor of Bundaberg for the regions' history of slavery marks an...
The award recognises the Day family's sustained advocacy to decriminalise public drunkenness in Victoria following the death in custody of their mother in 2017.
JC, a 29-year-old Yamatji woman, was fatally shot by a West Australian police officer at her home in 2019, leaving behind a young son.
Constable Zachary Rolfe, who shot and killed Warlpiri man Kumanjayi Walker in Yuendumu in 2019, will face trial on August 18 in Darwin.
The Star of Taroom spent nearly half a century sitting in a Brisbane backyard and now it has been walked 500 kilometres back to Country.
Wongatha-Yamatji woman Mary-Ellen Passmore became one of the first people to end her life under the state's new laws on Thursday. Before her death, she spoke to...
The oldest modern human remains ever found on the continent are at risk of being lost in secret burial ceremonies, angering First Nations communities.
Community pressure has led to New South Wales Police reactivating a search for 22-year-old Gordon Copeland, who was last seen entering the Gwydir River on July 10.
Australia is set to fall short of targets to reduce the rate of Indigenous adults in jail and close the life expectancy gap.
The viral campaign has seen social media users post pictures of their 10-year-old selves in protest against Australia's age of criminal responsibility.
The Pitjantjatjara and Torres Strait Islander artist continues to surprise with a new sound in her second single for the year.
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Former detainees of Northern Territory youth detention centres hope a historic settlement will help drive improvements in the system they say has left them...
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