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Ms Dhu was left to die like the people who suffered illness at Nazi concentration camps, says the family's lawyer Stewart Levitt.
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A protest camp and tent embassy have been set up to stop the bulldozing of sacred trees for the new Western Highway.
The Katter Australia Party leader stands alongside Indigenous mayors visiting Canberra and pledges to ramp-up the campaign against fake Aboriginal art.
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The cost of registering births late and a lack of internet access have been identified as potential reasons for low Indigenous birth registration rates in...
Matthew Bill, who is WA's Young Person of the Year, is using his prize money to travel around the state.
The mother of the toddler who was sexually abused in Tennant Creek speaks out for the first time, exclusively to NITV's The Point.
Fleeing domestic violence is rarely easy, but for those living outside their home country, it can be even harder — as Gubbi Gubbi and Wakka Wakka woman Rebecca...

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Victoria is following in the footsteps of New Zealand and Canada in seeking a treaty between the government and Aboriginal people.
It's a safe space for non-Indigenous Australians to ask questions they've always wanted to know the answer to about Aboriginal identity.
The public holiday in WA was changed from 'Foundation Day' to be more inclusive of the state's Aboriginal community in 2012, but opinion is still divided on the...
Hundreds of mourners bid farewell to a young Indigenous woman who was shot dead by a border patrol agent in Texas last month.
The new president says the Uluru Statement from the Heart contains the building blocks necessary to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
Students were invited to help Richmond's cheer squad create a special Dreamtime banner players will run through.
OPINION: Kieran Wong is a director of Cox Architecture, an international architectural and consulting practice that works across multiple sectors, including...
Kenya’s Ogiek people are optimistic of returning to their ancestral forests as the government has pledged to honour a landmark ruling ordering reparations for...
A culturally appropriate education campaign on the transmission of the dangerous virus is urgently needed, but the issue of breastfeeding poses a particular...
The WA government has offered financial support to the family of an 11-year-old who was critically injured in a public housing accident.
Students in the year-long acting class are studying and rehearsing hard. They're hoping to improve Indigenous representation in the industry.
With rising sea levels breaching existing the sea walls in the Torres Strait, a local councillor says overcrowding is a real issue.
A section of Tasmania's Aboriginal community wants Hobart to have a dual Indigenous name as part of reconciliation, but the state government isn't on board.
The Executive Director of the Literacy for Life Foundation, Jack Beetson has slammed the education system for failing Aboriginal communities.
A vulnerable teenager who vanished in extremely remote bushland in Western Australia's far north more than 40 years ago was likely taken by a crocodile, an...
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