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Aboriginal legal advocates have called for a revamp of investigations into police misconduct in Western Australia, including police no longer investigating themselves.
A West Australian man will serve at least six years in prison for killing a mother-of-one last March. He initially told police an Indigenous person broke into his...
The newspaper's editor-in-chief Anthony De Ceglie apologised for 'any hurt' caused by the racist cartoon strip while announcing that it will be dropped from...
A character in a comic strip published in Monday's newspaper used a racial slur to describe an Aboriginal character.
The WA government passes new laws which will increase protections for victims of family and domestic violence and ensure that perpetrators are held accountable.
Tjiwarl TO's say they have lost significant cultural sites that formed part of rituals, custom and the dreaming through the destruction and damage to land caused...
A human rights expert says WA police misused force during an incident in 2018 that involved a handcuffed Indigenous teen being slammed to the ground. ...

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An Aboriginal heritage site in Western Australia’s Pilbara region, which provided insight to the earliest human population that inhabited the western Hamersley...
A cultural awareness program in WA is providing foster parents with essential training to support the needs of the Indigenous kids in their care.
The mother of a Yamatji woman who was fatally shot by a WA Police officer says she is ready for the trial, as the officer is set to make his plea next week.
The national Greens party has released its plan for the country’s economic recovery post-COVID-19, which includes free education and transforming Australia into...
An inquiry into a racist attack against two WA Aboriginal Elders living on a homestead in the Goldfields region found no motive and insufficient evidence on the...
A daughter is pleading for the return of her father’s war medals after she was alerted they were being sold online.
Two Indigenous child protection peak bodies have spoken out against an amendment bill currently before WA parliament, urging the state government to make crucial...
As Perth's temperatures being to drop, rough sleepers continue to tough it out but two of the state government’s COVID-19 homelessness initiatives face an...
A man is in custody after a woman's body was found outside a hospital in Western Australia's Pilbara region.
Co-created by young people in Roebourne in the Pilbara, NEO-Learning teaches school children about Aboriginal history and culture in a fun and dynamic way.
Carlton teenager Madison Prespakis has claimed the AFLW's best-and-fairest after polling the maximum three votes in all but one of the Blues' 2020 games.
One Aboriginal father says he has no other options but to rely on his friends and family for financial support after he claims the federal government rejected his...
Questions remain as to how long homeless Western Australians will be accommodated in a new program following vision aired on NITV News last week.
Aboriginal rough-sleepers issued move-on notices and given 10-minutes to pack belongings and leave, but WA police say they are doing all they can and acting with...
For the third consecutive day, the Kimberley region has recorded a new COVID case resulting in the region having the highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases...
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