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In an overnight address to the House of Commons Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau has announced a new legal framework to enshrine the rights of Canada’s First...
Cynthia Lui, the first Torres Strait Islander person elected to any Australian parliament, has vowed to give a voice to the voiceless in her maiden speech to the...
A former police sergeant who leaked footage of officers bashing a handcuffed man says the recent death in custody of an Indigenous man is symptomatic of an ...
The work of iconic artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye will now be flying sky high.
Aboriginal Child, Family and Community Care State Secretariat (AbSec) has released their first annual report into the performance of the NSW Department of Family...
Labor MP Linda Burney says Malcolm Turnbull's refusal of an Indigenous Voice to Parliament is nothing short of scaremongering.
The lead up to the young man’s death has always been debated, and the colonel inquest has also been disputed by the Indigenous community.

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Uncle Murray shares his heartfelt story about being stolen more than 70 years ago, yet a decade on from the 2008 National Apology and the amount of Indigenous...
The lawyer representing the family of an Indigenous man who died in custody says the matter must be "diligently investigated", as the family vows to fight for...
An Indigenous man who died in police custody was subjected to 'very rough treatment' in the moments before his death, says the lawyer acting for the man's family.
An estimated 13 Aboriginal organisations will share nearly nine million dollars during the first round of the Western Australia’s Aboriginal Ranger Program.
Tensions high after man who killed a young Indigenous man was acquitted of his murder.
Two players representing Victoria have taken out the top individual honours at the National Indigenous Cricket Championships in Alice Springs.
A Sydney council has voted down a proposal to scrap Australia Day celebrations but will establish a memorial to Aboriginal people who died facing colonisation.
High rates of brain damage and mental impairment shock researchers assessing young people in Australian youth detention facility.
Calls for redress and reparations for Stolen Generations survivors were heard loud and clear at this morning’s National Apology Day event in Melbourne.
Gunditjmara and Wotjobaluk survivor Aunty Lyn acknowledges the stolen ones, those still coming home and the ones who never made it back.
The federal government's cashless debit card will be expanded to Western Australia's Goldfields region.
The apology to the Stolen Generations was a groundbreaking acknowledgement. It put Australia on the map for finally recognising its treatment of its First Peoples...
The Palaszczuk Government's youth justice reforms have taken effect today, with one notable exception.
The tenth Closing the Gap report reveals three of seven targets are on track to being met, compared to only one last year.
The National Indigenous Cricket Championships are set to stay in Alice Springs until 2021.
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