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After four decades of away from country, Australia's oldest human remains are finally home.
The Labor frontbencher confirmed her party won’t be pushing to change the date, but instead will focus on the practical issues affecting First Australians, such...
Mr Smith posted a photo online to his 74 million followers, after spending an afternoon with Elder Aunty Margret Campbell.
Francis' trip was meant to highlight the plight of Indigenous peoples and immigrants, as well as underscoring the need to preserve the Amazon rainforest and...
The family of Mark Haines continues their plea for justice 30 years on from his suspected murder, as NSW police face accusations that they failed to fully...
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has expressed disappointment to the Green's push to change the date of Australia Day. In a Facebook video, he said calls to...
Greens leader Richard Di Natalie says his party will prioritise changing the date of Australia Day with a major campaign to abandon January 26, despite the...

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Barangaroo was a woman before she was a location.
Traditional Owners conducting scientific monitoring in the northern Kimberley found the tiny stool left by the nabarlek rock wallaby, which was thought to have...
Latin America is trampling on Indigenous rights and jailing ever more campaigners to stifle opposition to big business taking over ancestral lands, according to a...
Western Australia's remote north is bracing for Tropical Cyclone Joyce, but fears it would grow into a more severe storm are proving unfounded.
Samantha Cooper, who was sacked two days after filing a racial discrimination complaint, says she wants to make workplaces safer for those in Indigenous...
For Mark Latham, a dystopian and totalitarian country awaits us if Australians continue to push for changing the date of Australia Day on January 26th.
A women's advocacy group on Thursday Island has received offers of support from across Australia after a social media user called out a local shop for selling...
From fiery art installations to Aboriginal language classes and even an exploration of death - Blak Out is capturing Indigenous stories, art and traditions in all...
Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister, Nigel Scullion, has announced the Commonwealth Government will match a 10-year $1.1 billion Northern Territory investment in...
The Commonwealth government says all states and territories will need to respond to the findings of the Northern Territory Royal Commission into juvenile justice.
Canada's opposition Conservatives have kicked a lawmaker out of the party who posted letters on her official government website that derided Indigenous people and...
How this former institutionalised homeless alcoholic became one of Australia's most respected songwriters, storytellers and activists. 61 years ago today a music...
Against the odds, Rose Cunningham was elected in November as the first Indigenous woman mayor of Waspam, a municipality of about 60,000 people on Nicaragua's...
Ancient DNA extracted from the skull of a six-week-old baby girl whose 11,500-year-old remains were unearthed in a burial pit in central Alaska is helping...
This healthy, active Noongar couple is kicking goals not only for their family, but also for their community.
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Memories of dancing and playing in their youth will come flooding back to hundreds of Elders who have gathered for Thursday’s Aboriginal Elders Olympics in Nelson...
NITV News' Natalie Ahmat and Kris Flanders told Malarndirri McCarthy the highlight of 2015 was being let into the hearts and homes of Indigenous communities...