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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Our show must go on: Fremantle

Fremantle, the West Australian port city that became the nation’s first to cancel Australia Day, is unrepentant as it moves into its second year...

Treaty supporters to march on Jan 26

Aboriginal people and supporters from across Australia are expected to descend on Sydney on January 26 for what is being described as a history-making...

‘We don’t even have a plan’: Solonec

OPINION - EXCLUSIVE  By Tammy Solonec* In October last year, Australia was voted onto the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) for the first time –...

It’s an F-minus for Indigenous rights

The Northern Territory came bottom of the class, while New South Wales also flunked, but Western Australia and the Australian Capital Territory got top...

Harley has sights set on beauty crown

Harley Dunolly-Lee is hoping to become Australia’s first Indigenous gay beauty queen. Dunolly-Lee, a female impersonator, burlesque artist and academic, is one of nine contestants...

Cape York’s little community that could

The little Cape York Indigenous community of Wujal Wujal has become the first town in Australia to launch a private wireless network that gives...

Njamal people are on the road again

NPJV, a joint venture company co-owned by the Njamal people in Western Australia’s north, has begun work on the Pilgangoora Haul Road for Altura...

Aspiring Izayah inspects his future

High school student Izayah Davies has been inspired to follow his dreams to study medicine after meeting Nobel Laureate Professor Brian Schmidt at an...