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Native American tribes at risk of losing access to historic documentation

The National Archives facility in Seattle is at risk of being sold, meaning Native American communities may not be able to access records and...

Government denies responsibility for climate change in reply to Torres Strait Eight

The Australian Government has issued their final reply to a human rights complaint brought by Indigenous Torres Strait / Zenadh Kes people. Australia's last official...

South Dakota education department accused of ‘Native erasure’

Significant references to South Dakota’s First Nations people have been removed from the State’s draft social studies curriculum, despite a mandate to include more diverse perspectives in the updated standards.

Ngātiwai caring for sealife through Auckland aquarium program

Two rescued sea turtles have been returned to the ocean after rehabilitation at the SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton's Aquarium in Auckland.

Rongoā Māori clinic provides greater access

A new clinic has opened at Kaitaia Hospital that provides rongoā Māori (traditional Māori medicine) services to the community.

Deb Haaland makes history as first Native American cabinet secretary

An historic moment for Native American people, Laguna Pueblo woman Deb Haaland is the first Native American person to be confirmed as secretary of...

US Government revokes Oak Flat land swap deal

Plans to establish a large copper mine at Oak Flat, Arizona are on hold after the Biden Administration reversed a decision to allow a...

Deb Haaland one step closer to being first Native American cabinet secretary

Deb Haaland, a Laguna Pueblo member and President Joe Biden’s pick to lead the Interior Department, is seeking to make history. If confirmed by...

Kimberley rock art oldest in Australia at 17,300-years-old

A 17,300-year-old painting on the ceiling of a rock shelter in Drysdale River National Park, painted by ancestors of the Balanggarra people, has been...

Biden under pressure to shut down pipelines

The US District Court of Appeals has delivered another blow to the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), requiring an additional environmental review and leaving a...

Film honours Warrior Women of Native America

“This country is built on the bones of our ancestors. We have our culture, we have our way of life. We have our language....

Spotlight on Elders’ environmental work

Putting First Nations stories at the forefront, Environmental Film Festival Australia (EFFA) is premiering a collection of short films as part of their Summer...

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