If your photos are this good, there’s a contest you should enter

May 17, 2017

One of Australia’s leading Aboriginal photographers, Professor Wayne Quilliam, is encouraging Indigenous people across the globe to enter a photographic competition dedicated to the preservation of culture. Professor Quilliam says Sinchi’s inaugural photography competition provides […]

Treaty moves and dance grooves to headline Garrmalang

May 17, 2017

Some of Australia’s leading Aboriginal activists will take the podium to discuss the push for an Indigenous treaty and constitutional change at this year’s Garrmalang Festival in Darwin. Among the speakers at the panel discussion […]

Nominations open for nation’s top music awards

May 3, 2017

Indigenous music’s night of nights is back — and nominations are open for this year’s awards. The 2017 National Indigenous Music Awards will be held at Darwin’s Amphitheatre on August 12. For the first time, […]

Construction giant launches Indigenous policy

May 3, 2017

Multinational construction company Laing O’Rourke has released its first dedicated Indigenous Procurement Policy to create opportunities and build sustainable relationships with Indigenous businesses and communities. Laing O’Rourke’s head of procurement Jackie Aggett said the new […]

US journalist shines light on Oz race relations

May 3, 2017

Race relations in Australia will be put under the microscope in a special edition of current affairs program Foreign Correspondent filmed on home soil. In a one-off special, The New York Times national correspondent John […]

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