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He's one of the most famous unknown guitarists in the world.
Pop star Jessica Mauboy talks acting, music, and growing up in a musical family with Living Black's Karla Grant.
Gardening and barista work: Aboriginal kids in remote communities are improving their literacy and numeracy skills with unique entreprenurial projects.
A gay Māori man has popped the question to his Aboriginal Australian partner during an interview on Māori TV.
Video shows Indigenous teenager being repeatedly hit after being followed.
She performed on the world stage as a guest in 2014, but this time… she’s got her sight set to win the Eurovision contest.
The southern Perth suburb has moved their Australia Day celebrations, after the success of this year’s event. Next years' celebrations will have a bigger...

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An expert panel on Struggle Street The Point Response special programme last night discussed the issues identified in Struggle Street (season 2) and explored the...
The community is mourning the passing of a true leader in the media and Aboriginal disability movements.
Despite some outrage online and criticism from the communications minister, Australia's First Nations artists and many others have come out in support of a...
Labor's Cynthia Lui tipped to win the Queensland seat of Cook and make history as counting continues from the state election on Saturday.
Scott Darlow, a Yorta Yorta musician has used his special mantra to survive an Uber trip with a racist driver in Townsville.
The President of Ireland has admitted to Australian politicians and dignitaries the role his nation played in the atrocities committed against Aboriginal people...
Performers from the Djaadjawan dance group unite as strong, proud women for one of Australia's biggest First Nations dance competitions.
Sydney University has been found in breach of advertising rules set by the ad industry regulator.
The fruit juice franchise took to Facebook to issue a short apology to its customers.
My Island Home may have propelled Christine Anu into the archives of Australian music history - but more than 10 years later, the Torres Strait Islander woman...
Yesterday more than 50 Traditional Owners gathered in Darwin demanding a complete ban on onshore gas fracking.
Lidia Thorpe made history over the weekend as the first Indigenous woman elected to the Victorian Parliament, after a huge swing of 13 per cent away from Labor.
After 43 years, the remains of Australia's oldest human have finally returned to its ancestral homelands. The historic repatriation was celebrated in a cultural...
From students to athletes, local heroes and entertainers - some of the most influential Indigenous people from across the country have been recognised and...
Aboriginal peak bodies have warned against government ‘buck-passing’ in implementing the juvenile justice royal commission's recommendations, calling on cash from...
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