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A gay Māori man has popped the question to his Aboriginal Australian partner during an interview on Māori TV.
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He's one of the most famous unknown guitarists in the world.
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...
The longest-running native title claim in New South Wales has been resolved after almost two decades
In a world first, Indigenous musician, Eleanor Dixon and transgender artist, Edi Donald have collaborated together for their new project ‘Anya’.

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Today marks 25 years since former Prime Minister Paul Keating delivered the landmark Redfern Speech.
Some of Australia's most respected musicians have united to dedicate a 'Song for Elijah' in honour of the 14-year-old who was fatally run over last year.
Previous outrage over the failure to prosecute two men implicated in the 2011 death of Lynette Daley came to an end today after they were sentenced.
Same-sex marriage has been officially legalised, and while the exact date for the legislation to take effect is yet to be announced, many wedding plans are...
'We want a treaty, it's time.'
Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) will continue the 14 year long legal battle with Yindjibarndi people from the Pilbara in Western Australia after they lodged an...
Pop star Jessica Mauboy talks acting, music, and growing up in a musical family with Living Black's Karla Grant.
Indigenous Labor MP Linda Burney dedicates heartfelt speech about Marriage Equality to her late son in Parliament.
A "contaminated" public opinion and "a number of strangers" to blame - a court hears as murder case of Aboriginal teenager, Colleen Walker at Bowraville in 1990...
Aboriginal rights and welfare advocate Sol Bellear, who fought for equality his entire life, is to be farewelled with a state funeral in Sydney.
Fresh from her overwhelming victory over Labor in the Victorian State Election, Lidia Thorpe takes her place in parliament.
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)’s Nobel Peace Prize win is taking the plight of those affected by the British government’s Maralinga...
The patrol has helped more than a hundred clients since it re-launched on Friday.
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...
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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...
Lidia Thorpe’s campaign to be the first Indigenous woman elected to the Victorian parliament has been marred by racism, but the Gunnai Gunditjimara woman remains...
Queensland Labor Minister, Leeanne Enoch has called for the disendorsement of Redcliffe LNP candidate Kerri-Anne Dooley, after she posted an Instagram photo with...
Attendees at a meeting of Traditional Owners from the Pilbara region of Western Australia have categorically rejected the trial of a Welfare Debit card in the area.
Rights, reconciliation and 1967 Referendum campaigner died peacefully surrounded by family.
Payment revealed by WA Attorney general does not prevent family from pursuing further legal action against the government over Ms Dhu's death in custody.
Protests exploded in the US city of St Louis last week after a white police officer was acquitted for the murder of a black man.
Lidia Thorpe is poised to oust Labor from one of its traditional strongholds in the suburb of Melbourne in a looming state by-election.
The Federal Government will crack down on vandalism of historic statues, with those caught defacing monuments of Captain James Cook set to face jail.
Federal MP Bob Katter reintroduces a Bill which will make it illegal to sell fake, imported ‘Aboriginal Style’ art.
Aboriginal Peak Organisations (APO) have launched an alternative program for the current remote work-for-the-dole scheme after finding it was mainly targeted at...
Northern Territory Chief Minister, Michael Gunner used Mahbilil Festival as a platform to discuss Jan 26, treaty and place names of colonisation.