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The 30-year-old died in Melbourne's Sunshine Hospital on Monday, surrounded by her family.
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It's finally here: take a look at this year's NAIDOC Award winners, celebrated for their achievements, hard work and dedication.
The young boy from the bush who became a star has been remembered as a 'beautiful human being' who inspired generations of First Nations people.
Academics, religious leaders, artists, cultural heritage experts and lawyers have signed an open letter calling for the legislation to be junked.
The 68-year-old Yolŋu actor, dancer, singer and painter has died after a four-year battle with lung cancer.
Plucked from obscurity at just 16 years old, David Dalaithngu went on to become one of the country's greatest cinematic figures.
Railway staff at the state-run operator allegedly refused entry to Louise Carney without an explanation, despite her holding a valid ticket.
The partnership will seek to protect the cultural heritage of First Nations people.
Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera has been drafted to St Kilda at pick no. 11, while Jase Burgoyne will head to Port Adelaide where his father and uncle played.
Before Brooke Blurton made her final decision, Amy Thunig put questions to the final contestants to check their depth of knowledge about First Nations issues.
The succesful claim by Kuuku Ya'u and Uutaanlanu Traditional Owners is one of the largest in the country's history and ends decades of waiting.
Almost 150 Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people are running for council positions in the upcoming elections across the state.
The Pathway to Truth-Telling and Treaty report has been welcomed by Tasmania's Aboriginal community, but the government has not promised it will lead to a treaty.
The Greens senator shared her story ahead of a motion to refer the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women to a parliamentary committee.
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