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Queensland Police will undertake fresh searches and excavations to find Allison Neridine Bernard, who went missing in 2013.
The mother of two was last seen one evening in 2013 after she left a tavern in Coen, Far North Queensland
Expert testimony has rejected the claim that scissors used by Kumanjayi Walker could have been lethal, while the final IRT member also to took the stands
The confronting footage depicts an incident three days before Kumanjayi Walker was shot dead by Constable Zachary Rolfe. The police officer has pleaded not guilty...
Days before Zachary Rolfe shot and killed a Warlpiri teenager who stabbed him in the shoulder with scissors, the deceased had threatened two other officers with...
There's calls for an emergency air drop into Alice Springs to boost dwindling supplies for Aboriginal communities and town camps caught between a COVID outbreak...
The family of Rosalie Kunoth-Monks have paid tribute to the Arrernte and Anmatjere woman who dedicated her life to the fight for Aboriginal justice and equality.

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The national Greens party has released its plan for the country’s economic recovery post-COVID-19, which includes free education and transforming Australia into...
An inquiry into a racist attack against two WA Aboriginal Elders living on a homestead in the Goldfields region found no motive and insufficient evidence on the...
A daughter is pleading for the return of her father’s war medals after she was alerted they were being sold online.
Two Indigenous child protection peak bodies have spoken out against an amendment bill currently before WA parliament, urging the state government to make crucial...
As Perth's temperatures being to drop, rough sleepers continue to tough it out but two of the state government’s COVID-19 homelessness initiatives face an...
A man is in custody after a woman's body was found outside a hospital in Western Australia's Pilbara region.
Co-created by young people in Roebourne in the Pilbara, NEO-Learning teaches school children about Aboriginal history and culture in a fun and dynamic way.
Carlton teenager Madison Prespakis has claimed the AFLW's best-and-fairest after polling the maximum three votes in all but one of the Blues' 2020 games.
One Aboriginal father says he has no other options but to rely on his friends and family for financial support after he claims the federal government rejected his...
Questions remain as to how long homeless Western Australians will be accommodated in a new program following vision aired on NITV News last week.
Aboriginal rough-sleepers issued move-on notices and given 10-minutes to pack belongings and leave, but WA police say they are doing all they can and acting with...
For the third consecutive day, the Kimberley region has recorded a new COVID case resulting in the region having the highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases...
The company is also looking into making a dispensary for an Aboriginal community located in the state’s south-west.
The Commonwealth government has stepped in to protect a number of regions in Western Australian with high Aboriginal populations.
The state government is helping transport people back to remote communities, as many Aboriginal Western Australians rush to get home.
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As he wraps up his whirlwind tour of Tennant Creek, Malcolm Turnbull flags a new deal for the region.
Indigenous childcare providers say the most vulnerable children and families will be left worse off under the federal government’s new plan.
The clock is ticking for South Australia, Western Australia, and Queensland to reach an agreement with the Commonwealth on remote housing.
A long, painful rehabilitation awaits Denishar Woods, the 11-year-old girl who received an electric shock at her family’s public housing home.
A delegation of First Nations mayors from Queensland have met with Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion in a last-ditch attempt to secure ongoing funding...
More than 150 mayors from across Australia have called out the Turnbull government's failure to commit money for housing in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
This year's national native title conference has wrapped up in Broome. It coincided with a big week for treaty developments around the country.
The Advancing the Treaty Process with Aboriginal Victorians Bill 2018 will proceed to the Upper House in coming weeks.
The newly announced Independent Office for Aboriginal people will be established after a two-year consultation process.
Historic treaty legislation in Victoria depends on the Greens agreeing to the state government's amendments, as $700,000 is put towards funding Traditional Owner...
The Minister for Indigenous Affairs announced new funding for Indigenous Land Councils and Native Title Councils, while Senator Pat Dodson called for new action...
Victoria is following in the footsteps of New Zealand and Canada in seeking a treaty between the government and Aboriginal people.