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The election of Justin Trudeau in 2015 coincide with a shift in language in the media. Here's why.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has delivered a national apology to the thousands of victims and survivors of institutionalised child sex abuse.
The Sydney Anglican Church has backed down on a policy that would have banned smoking ceremonies on their property.
21 years after the Bringing Them Home Report, Victoria is still the only state that hasn't implemented a compensation scheme.
A new exhibition pairs paintings by Indigenous Australian artists with microscopic images captured by scientists. The parallels are intriguing.
Indigenous cultural sites and rare rock art may be at risk as new legislation paves way for the potential flooding of parts of the World Heritage-listed Blue...
Rosa Montezuma wants to show others they can overcome marginalisation.

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The agreement between the Noongar people and the WA government covers land use in the state’s most populated region.
There’s no shortage of construction projects in the Torres Strait, but locals say it’s outside workers who often get the big jobs, and the big bucks.
Traditional Owners say if Origin Energy drills on their land it will destroy their way of life.
Labor senator Malarndirri McCarthy says the government was 'willfully blind' when voting on Pauline Hanson's controversial motion.
Kamilaroi man Daniel Love, who held in immigration detention on threat of deportation to PNG, is suing the Australian government.
A parliamentary committee is investigating Hawthorn Resources over its mining operations and allegations of intimidation and racial abuse.
A Brisbane art project hopes to start a life-saving conversation by bringing together artists who suffer from mental illness.
When someone takes their own life, what happens to the people they leave behind? That’s the question posed by Man with the Iron Neck.
How one Uluru statement recommendation - truth-telling - might work in the Australian context is being explored.
The Queensland government appoints Mick Gooda to a new role to help improve housing outcomes for Indigenous Australians.
The boy’s lawyer said the Centralian Advocate implied he was a criminal and a delinquent.
The public backlash intensifies over plans to advertise a horse race on the sails of the Sydney Opera House.
Blind and low-vision people in Melbourne will be among the first in the nation to have the new $50 banknote.
Hundreds of Aboriginal women across the east coast have had access to culturally safe maternity care thanks to some dedicated midwives.
Could a new court case curb the booming trade in 'fake' souvenirs?
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