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The native desert pea is a flower of mourning for some First Nations groups, symbolising a similar narrative to the Anzac poppy. Now, one woman is pushing for the...
NSW Police accused of ‘racist policing’, as Indigenous youth comprise more than half of those targeted by obscure Suspect Target Management Program (STMP).
The Aboriginal Tent Embassy will highlight the Frontier Wars in their annual story camp in the lead up to Anzac Day next week.
The Aboriginal man who spent almost five years in jail for a crime he did not commit is looking at possibly suing the police after the West Australian government...
After losing her husband in a car accident a single mother to five children decided to take on more kids who needed her.
Infant death rates and the rate of women smoking during pregnancy has declined since 2009, but this trend is not seen in all areas of Australia.
The Northern Territory government has lifted a ban on fracking despite fierce opposition from climate scientists, traditional owners and Indigenous activists.
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The Aboriginal run tour company takes people on a journey showcasing the world's largest outdoor gallery as well as educating tourists on the importance...
In an Australian first, multi-award winning Anangu artists from the APY Arts Collective have opened their own permanent, Sydney-based gallery.
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ANALYSIS: 1993 - it was the year of Native Title legislation, the year of the ‘World Indigenous Peoples’, and the year that Nicky Winmar changed the AFL, writes...
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The native desert pea is a flower of mourning for some First Nations groups, symbolising a similar narrative to the Anzac poppy. Now, one woman is pushing for the...
Qaris Webster-Morley, daughter of a member of the Stolen Generations, speaks openly about feeling like a legacy of Australia's vicious assimilation policies.
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A new documentary follows an Australian street artist's journey exploring war history as he creates a colossal mural of a Aboriginal WW1 soldier.
NITV’s flagship news and current affairs program, The Point, uncovers the real history of Australia’s Frontier Wars in the lead up to ANZAC Day.
NSW Police accused of ‘racist policing’, as Indigenous youth comprise more than half of those targeted by obscure Suspect Target Management Program (STMP).
The Aboriginal Tent Embassy will highlight the Frontier Wars in their annual story camp in the lead up to Anzac Day next week.
The Aboriginal man who spent almost five years in jail for a crime he did not commit is looking at possibly suing the police after the West Australian government...
The chance discovery of the threatened sawfish in a remote area far inland has led to a new partnership between science and local communities.
Infant death rates and the rate of women smoking during pregnancy has declined since 2009, but this trend is not seen in all areas of Australia.
The Aboriginal man from the Western Desert was wrongfully convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to seven years in jail.
From Woorabinda, Central Queensland to acting school in Sydney, young actor Jobe Adams is proving that dreaming big and working hard does pay off.
There have been more reports of serious assault, including rape, at Northern Territory detention centres during the past two years.
After losing her husband in a car accident a single mother to five children decided to take on more kids who needed her.
The Northern Territory government has lifted a ban on fracking despite fierce opposition from climate scientists, traditional owners and Indigenous activists.
ANALYSIS: 1993 - it was the year of Native Title legislation, the year of the ‘World Indigenous Peoples’, and the year that Nicky Winmar changed the AFL, writes...
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