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The Great War offered Percy Pepper the same pay and conditions as the white man. With a severely ill wife, seven dependent children and a life under the harsh...
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Two sacred dances have been used to commemorate Indigenous soldiers.
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Anzac commemorations in Cherbourg honoured the community's soldiers - from colonisation until the present day.
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When this military mission headed to war-torn Bougainville, it was guitars and culture rather than rifles that helped bring peace.
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All but 13 of the country’s 250 Indigenous languages are at risk of extinction.
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South Australian archaeologists have used subsurface imaging technology to assist community groups map unmarked graves in Victoria.
Murder charges have been laid after an inmate at an overcrowded prison in Western Australia ended up dead.

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The mother-of-three lost consciousness while restrained by WA police and died in hospital five days later.
The Butchulla people say a program to educate tourists about dangerous wildlife is not working.
Red Bull Music has released a three-part documentary series called "This is Home", the first episode follows Wyndham rapper Dallas Woods.
Former model, Sasha Sarago wanted more women of colour in fashion and media. She created a lifestyle magazine for Indigenous and ethnic women.
The University of Newcastle is using 3D technology to learn more about a site in NSW where the Awabakal people once made stone tools.
With proposals for a national Indigenous art gallery in both the Northern Territory and South Australia, one councillor has declared the race is now on to be the...

 

 

 

 

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Indie Pop star Billie Eilish is welcomed to New Zealand by a traditional ceremony and performance of her own song in Te Reo Māori.
Red Bull Music has released a three-part documentary series called "This is Home", the first episode follows Wyndham rapper Dallas Woods.
Former model, Sasha Sarago wanted more women of colour in fashion and media. She created a lifestyle magazine for Indigenous and ethnic women.
One Wiradjuri woman has pulled on her hard hat and steel caps after landing a full-time job in the construction industry.
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After being scouted by a talent agent, the 19-year-old aspiring surf lifesaver is now riding a wave of modelling success.
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Anzac commemorations in Cherbourg honoured the community's soldiers - from colonisation until the present day.
Newly added
Two sacred dances have been used to commemorate Indigenous soldiers.
Newly added
Indie Pop star Billie Eilish is welcomed to New Zealand by a traditional ceremony and performance of her own song in Te Reo Māori.
Newly added
South Australian archaeologists have used subsurface imaging technology to assist community groups map unmarked graves in Victoria.
The Frontier Wars was the bloodiest conflict on Australian soil. We look at eight of the warriors who fought for their people and their land against colonial forces.
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Thousands of demonstrators are expected to gather to defend indigenous land and cultural rights that they say are threatened by the right-wing government of...
The Great War offered Percy Pepper the same pay and conditions as the white man. With a severely ill wife, seven dependent children and a life under the harsh...
Newly added
When this military mission headed to war-torn Bougainville, it was guitars and culture rather than rifles that helped bring peace.
Newly added
All but 13 of the country’s 250 Indigenous languages are at risk of extinction.
The coalition has promised to spend an extra $95.4 million on health initiatives in the Northern Territory to address challenges it is facing.

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Ernie Dingo delivers an outstanding portrayal of Robert Tudawali, the first Aboriginal film star, whose lead role in Jedda is iconic in Australian cinema. This...
The GetUp advertisement, released on Tuesday, shows Tony Abbott sitting on a beach eating an onion as a swimmer drowns.
NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner says he will soon provide details about where a new youth detention centre will be built.
Three Aboriginal women who served in South Australia's army reserves tell stories of discipline, resilience and determination in a compelling documentary short.
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson says humans are not behind the causes of climate change which she believes has been happening since dinosaurs were around.
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