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Tony Abbott speaks at an event on political correctness in Australia's education system.
All Indigenous people taken into police custody in the NT will receive wellbeing support and legal assistance under new laws that will come into effect in March.
A small town in Mexico embraces those who identify as the gender fluid Muxe.
The Socceroos and Matildas could soon have a generation of indigenous stars thanks to a $4.5 million partnership.
Fears have been reignited within the Aboriginal community in the inner-Sydney suburb of Redfern.
A plan to raise Warragamba Dam wall could threaten the Blue Mountains' world-heritage listing.
A writing and illustration workshop seeks to nurture the next generation of Aboriginal storytellers.

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An Indigenous peak health body says health practitioners in a remote community haven’t been adequately trained to advise patients on opting out of My Health Record.
Arthur Butler says seeing an advertisement for a 'Caucasian Santa' actually encouraged him to take up the role.
Two surviving members of the Torres Strait Light Infantry Battalion unveil a new statue to commemorate the group's efforts during WWII.
A new survey reveals Indigenous people in Victoria experience high levels of racism when seeking medical care.
The hard-fought battle for native title over Jabiru in the Northern Territory has been finally won.
The NT families minister said inmates will return to the notorious youth detention centre.
The youth justice advocate says he fears for the teenagers who are currently being held behind bars in Darwin.
Police end a major disturbance at Darwin's notorious Don Dale Youth Detention Centre, defending the use of tear gas despite being in breach of royal commission...
The Yolŋu people are celebrating the success of their Gulkula mine, but what happens when it closes?
A move to incorporate Indigenous culture into the science curriculum is defended.
Pauline Hanson thinks Indigenous people "milk" the issue of land rights and the One Nation Senator says it really annoys her.
One final legal appeal stands in the way for Yindjibarndi people seeking compensation from one of Australia’s wealthiest mining companies.
Allegations in the NT Parliament that female youth are watched while showering following reports from a 'concerned member of the community'.
The special envoy for Indigenous affairs makes a faux pas on the final day of his tour to remote communities in South Australia.
The city council bought the landmark building in a $5.3 million deal and the exact use of the space is yet to be determined.
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