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The mother of Yamatji woman JC says she's hurt and disgusted by a court verdict which acquitted the police officer who shot her.
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The police watchdog found the 14-year-old's injuries were not a result of unreasonable force, despite determining the tackle that caused them was unnecessary.
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A Yugambeh woman hopes her journey will encourage other young First Nations people to pursue their basketball dreams.
Indigenous delegates heading to the Glasgow climate conference are urging the Australian government to commit to stronger action to curb emissions.
The Assembly will be seeking guidance from the community on whether to advocate for seats held by First Nations people in the Victorian Parliament or whether...
Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe hit back at Liberal counterpart Amanda Stoker after she listed further statistics so Australians could "understand the state of play."
There's been calls for work to be stopped at the central Queensland mine over fears a culturally significant tool-making site will be destroyed.

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The police watchdog found the 14-year-old's injuries were not a result of unreasonable force, despite determining the tackle that caused them was unnecessary.
Newly added
The mother of Yamatji woman JC says she's hurt and disgusted by a court verdict which acquitted the police officer who shot her.
Newly added
A Yugambeh woman hopes her journey will encourage other young First Nations people to pursue their basketball dreams.
Indigenous delegates heading to the Glasgow climate conference are urging the Australian government to commit to stronger action to curb emissions.
The Assembly will be seeking guidance from the community on whether to advocate for seats held by First Nations people in the Victorian Parliament or whether...
Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe hit back at Liberal counterpart Amanda Stoker after she listed further statistics so Australians could "understand the state of play."
There's been calls for work to be stopped at the central Queensland mine over fears a culturally significant tool-making site will be destroyed.
Receiving a COIVD-19 right now is necessary to support the survival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples during the pandemic, write the authors.
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The 20-year-old's family gave emotional testimony at the inquest into his 2019 death, where the NSW Deputy State Coroner said she was hopeful "change will happen."
A Western Australian police officer who fatally shot an Aboriginal woman has been found not guilty of murder.
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