Forum looks to unlock mental health crisis

February 16, 2018

SPONSORED CONTENT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are outrageously over-represented in Australia’s justice system. According to the Human Rights Watch Report 2018, Indigenous children and youth are 25 times more likely to end up […]

Harley’s ‘wrong turn’ is right on track

February 7, 2018

Australia’s first Indigenous winter Olympian, figure skater Harley Windsor, is due to arrive in South Korea today ahead of his history-making turn on the ice with competition partner and former Russian skater Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya. The […]

Indigenous culture to shine at Games

February 7, 2018

While the winter Olympics begin in South Korea tomorrow, the Gold Coast in Queensland is counting down to the start of the Commonwealth Games in April — and Indigenous dance performances are set to feature […]

Hands-on summer school is the business

February 7, 2018

Armed with a new set of business skills, 16-year-old Raymond Tilmouth is making plans for a scaled-up basketball tournament he started with friends in his hometown of Alice Springs two years ago. Tilmouth was one […]

Cricket’s best take to the field in Alice

February 7, 2018

Australia’s most talented Indigenous cricketers have taken to the fields in Alice Springs this week for the National Indigenous Cricket Championships. Seven men’s and six women’s state and territory teams are competing for the national […]

Victoria needs a new children’s advocate

February 7, 2018

A new champion of Aboriginal children is to be appointed in Victoria after Andrew Jackomos last week stepped down as the state’s Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People. Mr Jackomos left the position five […]

Top Oz Day gong honours service game

January 26, 2018

Tennis legend Evonne Goolagong-Cawley has received top honours in the Australia Day honours list. Mrs Goolagong-Cawley, a world number one tennis player in the 1970s, has been awarded the Companion of the Order of Australia […]

New life has given Emily fresh perspective

January 24, 2018

These days singer-songwriter Emily Wurramara has a new audience for her music — her daughter K’iigari. Wurramara says the baby girl, born on Boxing Day, has given her a new perspective on life and music. […]

Rallies and marches on track for Friday

January 24, 2018

Tens of thousands of people are expected to march through Sydney on Friday in what is predicted to be a history-making rally. The Justice Through Treaty March is expected to be the biggest January 26 […]

Australia Day? We’ve got bigger fish to fry

January 24, 2018

A leader representing some of Australia’s most isolated communities says there are more important issues facing Aboriginal people than the date of Australia Day. Marra Worra Worra chief executive Dickie Bedford will travel more than […]

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