Court helps Pilbara families in language

November 28, 2018

Renowned Pilbara artists Wokka and Nancy Karnu Taylor didn’t expect to be bringing up their grandchild but were happy to step in when the boy’s parents needed help. While they’ve been raising their grandson for […]

Night parrot photographed twice in secret location

November 27, 2018

One of the world’s most elusive and mysterious birds has been photographed for a second time by an isolated team of Indigenous rangers in Western Australia’s Kimberley. The rare photo of the critically endangered night […]

Women naturally equipped for leadership positions

November 27, 2018

Former US president Barack Obama’s special assistant on Native American Affairs met with 70 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women from around Australia on Tuesday to encourage them to use their voices as leaders. Karen […]

Native title groups swindled of millions by trustees

November 21, 2018

National Indigenous Times Editorial: There’s recently been a Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry. The Commission’s findings were damning, revealing that banks and financial services have been pursuing short-term […]

How many feral cats are too many?

November 14, 2018

Healthy breeding populations of the threatened bilby exist in the marsupial’s last refuges, mostly on Aboriginal land, a groundbreaking program spearheaded by Indigenous rangers in central Australia has indicated. A cross-border Bilby Blitz was held […]

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