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New Zealand's Prime Minister says she has had a frank discussion with her Australian counterpart about deportations of New Zealanders who have made their home in...
The former US president spoke about the need to redefine masculine stereotypes that emphasised aggression and stoicism in order to gain respect.
The chief executive of the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service has resigned following detailed accusations of sexual violence made by four women against him...
The ‘fresh prince of Arnhem Land’ will hit the road after a big start to 2019.
The Covington teenager claims he was "wrongfully targeted and bullied" in a story that divided the US.
According to a new study, groups undertaking land use and development planning are in the dark when it comes to information about significant Indigenous sites.
The Australian government has detained and is attempting to deport an Aboriginal man to New Zealand – a country he left when he was two years old.

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The former inmates had rejected payouts and will be forced to foot the government’s legal costs.
The circumstances surrounding the deaths of two Aboriginal men during the Townsville floods has sparked controversy.
The chief executive of Adani Australia says there's a lot of 'mythology and untruth' about the company.
Scientists have laid out a new plan to save the Darling River after the death of millions of fish attracted national attention.
The position may be one of the most challenging roles of his storied career.
Friday's NRL All Stars game sparked calls for a more inclusive national anthem.
The Indigenous All-Stars used their pace to burn the New Zealand Maori in their All-Stars match in Melbourne, running in seven tries for a 34-14 win.
A protest has been held at the Chinese Consulate-General's office in Sydney calling for a NSW mining project to be scrapped.
Adani CEO Jeyakumar Janakraj says: “By and large there is positivity in the community, especially in the Indigenous community."
More than 11,000 signatures have been collected in support of a fresh investigation.
Barramundi and kangaroo, finger lime and saltbush. Italian chefs in Sydney are mixing tradition with native ingredients.
After years of speculation, researchers from La Trobe University believe they know what the hard growth on the cassowary's head is used for.
Leaders of advocacy groups are optimistic about holding greater sway on the government’s central strategy to overcome Indigenous disadvantage.
About 100 Indigenous people and supporters called for an end to fracking, coal mining and water sharing.
Academy Award nominee Yalitza Aparicio is hoping that her newfound success can serve as a source of inspiration to other Indigenous Mexicans who suffer inequality.
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