Important burial sites found in northern NSW

November 27, 2018

Up to 30 important Aboriginal burial sites that shed light on how practices changed after European colonisation, have been found in and around the Baryulgil Cemetery in northern New South Wales. The sites were discovered […]

Carefully curated exhibition captures treasured moments

October 31, 2018

Aboriginal cultural heritage objects from one of the most important anthropological collections in the world has gone on display at the University of Melbourne. The Awaken exhibition includes almost 200 items gathered from communities in […]

The American anthro who stole our bones in broad daylight

October 2, 2018

In 1948, Frank Setzler, the head curator of anthropology at the world’s largest museum and research complex, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, visited Arnhem Land as a member of a US-Australian scientific expedition. While excavating […]

Aboriginal women: proud, strong and beautiful

July 25, 2018

Aboriginal women have a message for South African comedian Trevor Noah — we’ve got inner and outer beauty in spades. Noah, best known for hosting the satirical American news program The Daily Show on US […]

Fitzroy council call for river action

June 26, 2018

Traditional owners in Western Australia’s Kimberley have called on the WA government to work with them to protect the State’s national heritage-listed Fitzroy River. The newly-established Martuwarra Fitzroy River Council wants only sustainable, culturally and […]

Treaty poll looms for Indigenous Victorians

June 26, 2018

Aboriginal Victorians are set to go to the polls early next year to elect a representative body to enter treaty talks with the State Government. In an election in which the voting age may be […]

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