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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Mark Ella’s top five for the Koori Knockout

Rugby Union great Mark Ella isn’t placing any bets on who will win this year’s hotly-contested Koori Knockout. The Knockout, billed as one of the...

APY artists come together in ‘significant and ambitious’ exhibition

Sydney's Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre will open a significant and ambitious Indigenous exhibition next month showcasing 50 works by 50 artists from...

Maggies swoop on Marra Worra Worra Cup

The mighty Junjuwa Magpies - sponsored by the National Indigenous Times - have hung on by just two points to beat the Bayulu Bulldogs in...

Mi’Kaisha feels comfortable on her Homeground

Mi’Kaisha Masella will be one of the star performers at this year’s Homeground festival at the Sydney Opera House. The 15-year-old features in a line-up...

Aaron’s labour of love set to enthral

Actor and producer Aaron Fa’Aoso says his docu-drama on the history and culture of the Torres Strait Islands is a labour of love. Fa’Aoso is...

South Australian custody issues now under spotlight

A legal rights group has called on the South Australian government to urgently address issues affecting Indigenous people in custody following the death of...

Exclusive: WA could face class action over ‘slavery’ claims

The West Australian government could face unprecedented legal action for treating Aboriginal workers like slaves more than half a century ago. Lawyers from a national...

Report slams ‘undermining’ of native title rights in WA

There were continuing and relentless attempts to undermine native title in WA’s Kimberley region, a new Oxfam global report pushing for the land rights...

Barassi Line disappears as footy borders merge for AFL, NRL finales

On Saturday, Sydney will hope to win the premiership in Melbourne; on Sunday, Melbourne will hope to win the premiership in Sydney. Confused? Neither...

Empowering walk from the past to the future

Batumbil Burarrwanga was just seven years old when she first made the special 60km walk from her home in Mata Mata to Cape Wilberforce...

Thurston does it again, as Charlie Cameron emerges from shadows

Johnathan Thurston is perhaps rugby league’s most instinctive player following his side’s incredible last-gasp win at the weekend. His reputation is such that Australia’s quirky...

Indigenous innovators rewarded for their talents

Museum Victoria has appointed John Patten to the role of Manager of Melbourne Museum’s Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, where he will oversee one of...