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The Temiar people of Cunex village, who SBS News visited earlier this year, have vowed to continue their fight against the logging companies.
Sleeping under the stars on a Darwin street, Paula Roberts dreams of her own home. The former teaching assistant and grandmother of twelve says she could afford...
One Nation’s vote has surged in Queensland, with a surprise result in a NSW lower house seat as well – and it appears it’s come from Labor voters.
It was Barty's first title win with the Belarusian, who she beat in singles one month ago in Brisbane's Fed Cup semi-final.
The Indian mining giant intends to extract millions of tons of coal from land that is sacred to the Wangan and Jagalingou people.
It remains unclear who would replace outgoing Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion if the Coalition are re-elected.

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A well-known Indigenous activist and chief of the Kayapo people from the Amazon forest in Brazil is touring Europe in search of investors to defend his peoples homelands.
A gathering in the Torres Strait last week discusses regional autonomy.
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Indigenous artists are urging the new Coalition Government for an immediate change to the laws that allow the sale of fake Indigenous art.
APY Lands artist receives prestigious landscape prize, makes history as fourth consecutive year an Indigenous person has claimed the honours.
The 2019 Koorie Youth Summit starts with some pointed questions about the state's Treaty process and winds up with a feeling of empowerment and hope.
Racial discrimination in oral health care impacts Indigenous lives and livelihoods just as much as other symptoms of institutional racism.

 

 

 

 

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Like our Yowies, Bunyips and other cultural folklore, Canada's Sasquatch, or 'Big Foot', has sacred significance to its First Peoples.
OPINION: One Cape York resident rejects the ALP commitment to a World Heritage Listing, calling on voters to think carefully about the value of jobs and industry.
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The Indigenous musician was one of many tenants who escaped from a block of units with only the clothes on their backs.
After only two screenings, ‘Joe Bullet’ was banned by the apartheid regime. Rediscovered after 40 years, it’s now earning a reputation as one of the most...
The Indian mining giant intends to extract millions of tons of coal from land that is sacred to the Wangan and Jagalingou people.
It remains unclear who would replace outgoing Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion if the Coalition are re-elected.
The fun, fierce and totally fabulous Noongar sisters are back. NITV's Reality TV-style show, 'Family Rules' begins production on its third season.
Racial discrimination in oral health care impacts Indigenous lives and livelihoods just as much as other symptoms of institutional racism.
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