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Ventilation hoods to protect healthcare workers are being sent to a remote hospital in the Torres Strait after vaccinations were paused in the region.
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Australia's most decorated solider expresses "grave concerns" over a media report alleging misconduct and linking him to racist images featuring the Ku Klux Klan.
The minister will meet with the Attorney-General and the minister for Home Affairs to discuss incarceration rates of Indigenous youth, ahead of the 30th...
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Network 10 and production company Fremantle have made further comments in relation to claims TV show Neighbours has a racist and misogynistic workplace.
The controversial McArthur River Mine has entered into talks with the NLC to negotiate an Indigenous Land Use Agreement but some are sceptical of mining giant...
The legendary singer-songwriter returns to The Espy to perform his earliest protest songs for the first time since their release on cassette over 30-years ago.
In a remote NT town, strong Indigenous culture is at odds with Australia's western justice system. The result: more Aboriginal citizens in jail.
Mparntwe locals and justice advocates say an investment in community-led initiatives is crucial in addressing an increase of youth crime in the town, rather than...
Award-winning Indigenous director and writer Jon Bell has wins a prestigious prize for his short film, which uses horror to depict the terrible reality of trauma...
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Prominent Torres Strait Islander musician Henry Seaman Dan is being honoured by family and friends after his death at the age of 91.
The star member of the Aboriginal team to tour England in 1868, Johnny Mullagh, will be inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame in February.
Performer Tainga Savage has landed a part in the hit Broadway musical Hamilton, which is set to open in Sydney next year. But it follows a year of emotional...
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A land caretaker says he is sorry over a mistake involving potential damage to rocks at protected site for Indigenous people.
The controversial McArthur River Mine has entered into talks with the NLC to negotiate an Indigenous Land Use Agreement but some are sceptical of mining giant...
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The Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation and Aboriginal Victoria are investigating allegations of destruction to a culturally significant Indigenous site in the...
Three Indigenous women speak about how winning the prestigious award has changed their lives, and why they think more unpublished writers should enter.
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The Gundaji, Garawa, Mara and Yanyuwa people have been fighting against the McArthur River Mine for years. Now they're waiting for the NT Heritage Minister to...
An Aboriginal teenage girl has lost an appeal after she requested her criminal trial be heard by a female magistrate for cultural reasons.
The peak Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander legal body is calling for urgent action following a fifth death in custody in just over a month.
The Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre (TAC) says it will not offer any more words in the Tasmanian Aboriginal language palawa kani for dual naming purposes.
An Indigenous inmate at Perth's maximum security Casuarina Prison has died in hospital, adding to a recent spate of Aboriginal deaths in police custody.
The legendary singer-songwriter returns to The Espy to perform his earliest protest songs for the first time since their release on cassette over 30-years ago.
Byron Bay's Blues Fest cancelled amid fresh concerns over COVID-19 cases in northern NSW and south-eastern QLD.
Private enterprise Mount Wellington Cableway Company (MWCC) has appealed against conducting an Aboriginal heritage assessment of kunanyi or Mount Wellington.
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