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University research projects have been awarded $14 million in federal funding to understand and help improve the higher dementia rates among Indigenous Australians.
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The federal government's $550 million is half of the NT government's election promise on remote Indigenous housing.
Fremantle Dockers players wore black armbands to honour former teammate Shane Yarran who passed away last week.
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Western Australia promotes Rottnest Island as one of their major tourist’s destinations, however many people don’t know the island has the record of being the...
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Borroloola residents have been issued a warning after routine testing found lead and manganese in the water supply.
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The Northern Territory Government will commit an historic $229m in a bid to overhaul youth and child protection in response to the royal commission into child...
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The only identified Indigenous Australian woman in WWI was actually serving for Canada.
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At 20-years-old, Yorta Yorta and Dja Dja Warrung man Graham Atkinson was conscripted in the deeply controversial Vietnam War. Thrust into army training and sent...
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It's the second native title determination for the Wajarri Yamatji community in WA, and covers Australia's largest and deepest underground ochre mine.
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University research projects have been awarded $14 million in federal funding to understand and help improve the higher dementia rates among Indigenous Australians.
The federal government's $550 million is half of the NT government's election promise on remote Indigenous housing.
Fremantle Dockers players wore black armbands to honour former teammate Shane Yarran who passed away last week.
The Northern Territory Government will commit an historic $229m in a bid to overhaul youth and child protection in response to the royal commission into child...
Palm Island marked its centenary with a three-day cultural festival with some of the country's best First Nations performers, moving ceremonies and a world record...
WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following article contains images of deceased persons.
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