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Naarm actions call for justice and Change of Date
Rallies, ceremonies and other events are being held across the country for January 26, calling for a change to the date of Austr...
Dechlan Brennan 26 Jan 2024
First Peoples' Assembly still supports Voice despite reports of rift
Despite reports of friction on the position of the First Peoples’ Assembly towards the Voice referendum, there remains overwhelm...
Dechlan Brennan 10 Aug 2023
“In plain sight”: ‘Yes’ campaigners reject Voice scare campaign
A hearing at the Australian National University has heard from proponents of the Yes vote for the Indigenous Voice to Parliament...
Dechlan Brennan 3 Aug 2023
Treaty authority looks to community for members to oversee Treaty negotiations
The journey towards Treaty for First Nations people in Victoria this week reached another milestone, with the Treaty Authority p...
Dechlan Brennan 3 Aug 2023
Data shows NSW police use force against Indigenous people at “vastly disproportionate rate”
New South Wales police used force toward Aboriginal people at a vastly disproportionate rate compared to non-Indigenous people,...
Dechlan Brennan 1 Aug 2023
MPs calling for Voice details are the ones who will determine the details, says Noel Pearson
Indigenous leader Noel Pearson has labelled politicians’ calls for more details on the Voice to Parliament a “furphy,” arguing t...
Dechlan Brennan 24 Jul 2023
Pearson backs Voice despite wavering opinion polls
Cape York Indigenous leader and co-architect of the Uluru Statement, Noel Pearson, has said he believes that the Yes vote will p...
Dechlan Brennan 13 Jul 2023
Federal Court dismisses Uncle Dennis' pension age challenge despite govt's failure to close Indigenous life expectancy "gap"
The Federal Court has dismissed the legal challenge that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be able to receive...
Dechlan Brennan 12 Jul 2023
Queensland bail laws driving kids to plead guilty to crimes they didn't commit
Young people in Queensland are pleading guilty to crimes they did not commit to avoid spending time in detention under new bail...
Dechlan Brennan 28 Jun 2023
Victorian program cancelled despite helping over 100 Indigenous people escape homelessness in one year
A Victorian housing program for First Nations people has been cancelled despite it helping more than 100 Indigenous people escap...
Dechlan Brennan 19 Jun 2023
First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria election results set scene for renewed drive for Treaty
The vote counting for the ‘Treaty Elections 2023’ – the second term of the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria – has concluded,...
Dechlan Brennan 18 Jun 2023
Linda Burney slams "post-truth... Trump politics" used by opponents of the Voice to Parliament
Minister for Indigenous Australians Linda Burney slammed leading opponents of the Voice in a speech on Tuesday evening, accusing...
Dechlan Brennan 14 Jun 2023
Indigenous deaths in custody in 2022 at the highest level in 15 years, report reveals
A new report released by the Productivity Commission has revealed Indigenous deaths in custody last year were at the highest lev...
Dechlan Brennan 9 Jun 2023