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A dark past lurks behind the Apple Isle's pristine image.
The native desert pea is a flower of mourning for some First Nations groups, symbolising a similar narrative to the Anzac poppy. Now, one woman is pushing for the...
For all his humble demeanour and intense shyness, Percy Hobson’s sporting career and achievements are more than worthy of attention.
It's a multi-million dollar industry built on Indigenous culture — but who is benefitting? The Point and consumer watchdog CHOICE investigate the fake art trade...
BiBi Barba has allegedly had her artwork stolen and reproduced throughout a Polish hotel many years ago. She only found out about the theft when she began to...
EXCLUSIVE: Inside the system that saw Indigenous children including babies forcibly removed from their families and punished for it with criminal convictions.
A decade on since the National Apology to the Stolen Generations, the pain suffered by those forcibly removed still lingers. But many survivors are taking control...

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The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), this year’s Noble Peace prize winner, has worked extensively with First Nations survivors of nuclear...
NITV News has sighted a number of photographs taken by Tane Chatfield's family while he was in hospital, revealing numerous injuries.
The first ever Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander national drag competition has been held in Darwin.
The grieving parents of Tane Chatfield, the 22-year-old man who died in custody in Tamworth last week, claim their son died in suspicious circumstances, a day...
The family of a New South Wales Indigenous man who died in custody last week are seeking for answers surrounding his death.
In an effort to reduce suicide rates, the R U OK organisation have been travelling across the country over the past month to spread their message of asking RU OK?...
Study highlights the need for greater understanding of the needs of the disabled in the criminal justice system.
Being screamed at on the streets, chased on their motorbikes and told to ‘f**k off’ are just some of the things these locals experience as young people living in...
Australia's very first Indigenous parliamentarian, Neville Bonner, tells of the many lonely nights he spent in Canberra in a new exhibition.
Traditional Owners shared an emotional ceremony in honour of Dr G Yunupingu with leaders of the country as the 19th Garma Festival officially opened.
It took less than a week for Indigenous Man, Eric James Whittaker to die in prison. Today, his family and friends marched to NSW Parliament House demanding reform.
There has been mixed reaction to the handing down of the now-disbanded Referendum Council’s final report on Monday.
In a community often associated with crime and dysfunction, a social media project profiling the characters of Yarrabah is promoting pride and positivity.
Highly respected Gungganji Gurugulu and Yidindji Gimuy woman Elverina Johnson is the 2017 NAIDOC Artist of the Year.
When Gwenneth Yeatman lost her brother to suicide, she could've despaired, but instead, she decided to start something positive.

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