Indigenous rangers have bilbies’ backs

March 22, 2017

Indigenous rangers from across the Kimberley gathered in Fitzroy Crossing recently in an effort to better understand and protect the iconic Australian bilby. Bilbies were once found across 70 per cent of Australia, but their […]

Roger Thomas assumes SA Treaty role

March 8, 2017

Proud Kokatha and Mirning man Dr Roger Thomas is South Australia’s new Treaty Commissioner. A senior Aboriginal leader with a successful career in both the private and public sectors, Dr Thomas will spend the next […]

Stan’s the man to link news with people

March 8, 2017

High-profile broadcaster and Wiradjuri man Stan Grant’s new weekly current affairs program The Link aired its first episode on Friday, cementing his new role as a presenter with the ABC. The weekly program aims to […]

NAIDOC events in NSW win funding

March 8, 2017

Grants totalling $200,000 are on offer from the New South Wales government for NAIDOC Week events. The NSW government has urged grassroots organisations wanting to hold local events celebrating the history, culture and accomplishments of […]

Kimberley joust makes political history

March 8, 2017

The seat of Kimberley in Western Australia’s far north is making history as the state heads to the polls on Saturday. For the first time, both the Labor and Liberal parties have Aboriginal candidates running […]

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