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Monthly Archives: August 2019

New report finds Indigenous Australians more likely to be incarcerated than African Americans

A new report released earlier this week has found Indigenous Australians are now more likely to be incarcerated than African Americans. Federal Labor frontbencher Andrew...

Tanya Day inquest continues as government seeks new response to public drunkenness

Please note, this story contains reference to someone who has died. Tireless advocacy from the family of Yorta Yorta woman Tanya Day has resulted in...

National Indigenous Legal Professional of the Year fights for Stolen Generations survivors

With a passion for helping Stolen Generations survivors and a deep desire to continue working with Indigenous communities, it’s no wonder Merinda Dutton is...

KLC CEO supports Kevin Rudd’s call to former PMs to help with Indigenous recognition

Kevin Rudd, Australia’s 26th Prime Minister, has called for the current Government to enlist former Prime Ministers’ help in enshrining a Voice to Parliament. Speaking...

Uluru visited by Pauline Hanson as climb close looms

The red centre is flooding with more and more tourists making the pilgrimage to scale the majestic and deeply spiritual site, Uluru, before it’s...

Gurindji keep Lingiari legacy alive half a century after Wave Hill Walk Off

A milestone for the movement, on 23 August 1966 Gurindji man, Vincent Lingiari marched off the Wave Hill Cattle Station in Kalkaringi, NT accompanied...

Ngurrara Rangers first female chopper crew care for country

I spy with my little eye, the nation’s first all-female, all-Indigenous ranger chopper crew taking over caring for the Kimberley. The team of three from...

KAPCO and Griffith University break stigma around Aboriginal economic development

Please note, this article contains the name of someone who has passed away. Red dust spirals around cattle horns as desert flies land on the...

Farmer farewell packed with fond memories

Please note, this story contains the image and name of someone who has died. Friend, father and footballer, the legendary Graham ‘Polly’ Farmer was bid...

Christine Anu pays tribute to idol Aretha Franklin

Beauty and grace, Christine Anu returns to the stage to celebrate the sass and soul that was Aretha Franklin. The REWIND tour is a mix...

Yakka Munga stop work order appealed

An appeal by Zenith Australia to revoke a stop work order on Yakka Munga Station has been partially allowed by Environment Minister Stephen Dawson. After...

Djab Wurrung voice neglected in face of sacred tree demolition

Hundreds of protesters continue to flood in to the Djab Wurrung Embassy near Victoria’s Western Highway, where plans to destroy centuries old trees are...