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Queensland Police will undertake fresh searches and excavations to find Allison Neridine Bernard, who went missing in 2013.
The mother of two was last seen one evening in 2013 after she left a tavern in Coen, Far North Queensland
Expert testimony has rejected the claim that scissors used by Kumanjayi Walker could have been lethal, while the final IRT member also to took the stands
The confronting footage depicts an incident three days before Kumanjayi Walker was shot dead by Constable Zachary Rolfe. The police officer has pleaded not guilty...
Days before Zachary Rolfe shot and killed a Warlpiri teenager who stabbed him in the shoulder with scissors, the deceased had threatened two other officers with...
There's calls for an emergency air drop into Alice Springs to boost dwindling supplies for Aboriginal communities and town camps caught between a COVID outbreak...
The family of Rosalie Kunoth-Monks have paid tribute to the Arrernte and Anmatjere woman who dedicated her life to the fight for Aboriginal justice and equality.

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WA government introduces restrictions on the purchase of takeaway alcohol, and cruise ships set to offload passengers on Wadjemup-Rottnest Island, as confirmed...
WA Health Minister says the government doesn’t want anyone going to the Kimberley as travel restrictions to the region to be announced in coming days.
The first case of COVID-19 recorded in Kimberley region after international worker from offshore rig tests positive, leading to the self-isolation of 24 "non...
Ben Wyatt reverses his decision to leave politics as Western Australia attempts to weather the health and economic crisis.
The state government ramps up its measures to protect West Australians, declaring Wadjemup (Rottnest Island) a quarantine zone as the total confirmed coronavirus...
Dinosaur footprint protection group says new development at the Broome Port could potentially lead to major impacts on heritage-listed sites on Kimberley coast.
The Federal Minister for Indigenous Australians has urged remote communities to consider cutting off access to stop the coronavirus spread.
A government spokesperson confirms a number of cruises ship companies have cancelled their scheduled trips to Broome, as the sector takes a massive hit in the...
The Western Australian government announced a $607 million stimulus package which includes freezing all household fees and charges including electricity and water...
The Kalgoorlie-Bolulder CEO says the new year-round restrictions have been implemented to address alcohol-related harm in the Goldfield’s town.
RSLWA has announced it will not follow through with controversial plan to ban Welcome to Country and the flying of the Aboriginal flag from some official...
The veteran's organisation claims it had a number of complaints following the reading of the Ode of Remembrance last year in traditional Noongar language.
A police officer has been arrested as a suspect in relation to the fatal shooting of Yamatji woman Joyce Clarke.
An Aboriginal father says incarcerating people for unpaid fines could lead to more deaths in custody, as the Western Australian Parliament looks set to debate the...
An Aboriginal father was arrested and incarcerated for unpaid fines as Western Australians continue to wait on the fine default reforms package to pass Parliament.
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Bore water in parts of Western Australia is contaminated with arsenic, uranium and nitrates, according to a report presented to state ministers on Thursday.
Every night, land rights activist Felipe Benitez and his wife wedge shut the doors and windows of their home and pray gunmen do not break in to kill the entire...
These animal rescue experts believe it's the latter.
Religious and Indigenous leaders have called for an end to deforestation in the first international multi-faith, multicultural plea to reduce greenhouse gas...
A return to first nations crops could hold the key to defeating looming crop shortages caused by climate change, argues one scientist.
There are high hopes an ambitious project to fence off a huge area in the NT will see the creation of the largest feral cat free enclosure ever created.
Inside Brazil's Indigenous Reserve 124, Chief Geraldo Apurina walks along a muddy footpath, past towering trees as yet untouched by Amazon loggers. Much of the...
"From what I hear, some of the communitites, they got scabbies out there, or they're sleeping on the floor. It might be recycled mattresses, but they're cleaned...
In a move that highlights increasing recognition for the role Aboriginal land management plays in protecting endangered species and eco-systems, the government...
The bilby is one of the most critically endangered native animals in Australia their numbers have dramatically reduced since European settlement now the finally...
Indigenous groups and Arctic nations have renewed calls for the world to address climate warming, but US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says his country will...
Thousands of miners are descending on the Amazon in the hopes of striking it rich and are destroying the rainforest in the process.