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The Morrison government may target 'sensitive' welfare recipients with an automated debt recovery program to meet $600 million in savings.
Public drunkenness will be decriminalised in Victoria on the eve of a coronial inquest into the death of an Aboriginal woman who died in police custody.
Today marks 53 years since hundreds of Gurindji stockmen and their families walked off Wave Hill protesting against poor working conditions and the theft of their...
Ken Wyatt says it is important to provide a view from the shore when a replica of James Cook's ship HMS Endeavour sails around the country.
A site unearthed in the Kimberly region of Western Australia offers glimpses into First Nations life before and after the Ice Age.
The controversial politician claims she was given permission to climb Uluru by a group that appears to have no official recognition.
The courts have provided little guidance on whether politically-motivated crimes are better or worse than crimes from 'common criminals'.

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NT Aboriginal Affairs minister criticises festival organisers while the NT treaty commissioner outlines the issues ahead.
NT Senator Malarndirri McCarthy had planned to be at the annual Garma festival in Arnhem Land. Instead she was in hospital in Canberra.
The remains of 11 Kaurna old people have been buried in Adelaide's south west after being held in museums in the UK and South Australia.
The Wiradjuri woman’s cousin, author Anita Heiss, wants the NSW health system to improve its treatment of Indigenous patients.
Hawthorn say the Australian Rules veteran has lost none of his enduring competitiveness.
Environmental approval for Cameco's Yeelirrie uranium mine proposal in WA still stands after another appeal by Traditional Owners failed.
Former NSW detective Gary Jubelin has denied allegations he illegally recorded conversations.
Australia should look to the New Zealand model which recognises that the majority of young people grow-out of participating in crime.
The advocacy body went into voluntary administration at the beginning of last month after announcing it was in “serious financial trouble.”
The 78-goal victory has been described as one of the most iconic wins in Australian Rules history.
Police took away about 30 Elders who were prepared to be arrested as they blocked the road to Hawaii's highest peak.
Brisbane Lions say online racist comments made about Allen Christensen are unacceptable and has barred the supporter involved from membership.
A new film which debuted on TV this week looks at how cheers turned to booing for a champion AFL player.
An inquiry has heard more than a third of Victoria's Aboriginal people have depression and anxiety compared to 20 per cent of non-Indigenous people.
Indigenous singer-songwriter Kev Carmody won the JC Williamson Award for his outstanding contribution to the live performance industry.
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