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Vincent Council to vote on returning Noongar name to public park
The City of Vincent is set to vote Tuesday night on whether to change Banks Reserve back to its original First Nations name – Wa...
Brendan Foster 13 Feb 2024
Indigenous Women in Business Network to empower entrepreneurs
Indigenous consultant Kira-Lea Dargin understands the hurdles First Nations women face in business when it comes to achieving ec...
Brendan Foster 30 Jan 2024
Nominations open for South Australian Voice to Parliament
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in South Australia are able to take a leading role in shaping their communities by...
Brendan Foster 22 Jan 2024
ACT government offering up grants for grass roots reconciliation
The ACT government is offering up $50,000 in grants to support local groups or individuals wanting to hold events tor the territ...
Brendan Foster 16 Jan 2024
AEDF panel discussion asks what it means to be Blak in Australia
What does it mean to be a First Nations Australian in 2023? And who has the right to define what is the “true definition” of an...
Brendan Foster 11 Nov 2023
Addo-Carr cops whack for Knockout tournament brawl, apologises for social media post on latest Israel-Palestine conflict

Josh Addo-Carr has escaped without further penalty to an impending sanction during a chaotic start to his offseason that escalated on Thursday for supporting the invasion of a fore...

Andrew Mathieson Oct 16, 2023
Seeds of Fitzroy's Aboriginal icon implanted into Brisbane Lions' spirit

In a respectful acknowledgement that traces down its Aboriginal roots back 150 years, Brisbane has cultivated an overlooked piece of Fitzroy folklore to prosper growth that by chan...

Andrew Mathieson Sep 25, 2023
State Hall of Fame honour worth the long journey for a flying Cockatoo-Collins

The first Indigenous Queenslander to enter AFL ranks was finally recognised for pioneering a dozen more Murri mob to follow his footy journey. Che Cockatoo-Collins, the ex-Essendo...

Andrew Mathieson Sep 5, 2023
Anti-Voice campaigner condemned for "blood will have to be measured" view on Aboriginal identity

Calls by one prominent anti-Voice campaigner for blood tests to determine people’s Aboriginality have been condemned by a leading Indigenous law expert and human rights advocate.Dr...

Giovanni Torre Jul 27, 2023
Kate Russell to become new CEO of Supply Nation

Proud Awabakal woman Kate Russell is the new Chief Executive Officer of Supply Nation.Mr Russell, who is a senior associate with the First Nations company, Thirriwirri, takes over...

Brendan Foster Jul 10, 2023
First Nations staff make up a quarter of staff on massive WA planting project

First Nations workers will make up around a quarter of the staff employed to deliver one of Australia’s largest ever biodiversity plantings in the Midwest region of WA. Perth-base...

Brendan Foster Jul 6, 2023
First Nations cultural values could be harmed by decline in remote waterholes, NT academic warns

First Nations' connection to Country will be broken if waterholes across Australia continue to be poisoned and polluted, according to Northern Territory academic and proud Nyunga m...

Brendan Foster Jul 4, 2023
Stan Grant to host Sydney Council Voice to Parliament town hall meeting

Proud Wiradjuri, Kamilaroi, and Dharawal journalist Stan Grant is set to host a Sydney Council town hall event next month to discuss the Voice to Parliament and its impact on Indig...

Brendan Foster Jun 30, 2023
Next generation of First Nations leaders emerge from Monash’s Master of Indigenous Leadership

Mununjahli Yugambeh woman Alice Currie is one of the emerging next generation of First Nations leaders poised for big things. Ms Currie was part of a cohort of the first graduates...

Brendan Foster Jun 12, 2023
Search for ancestral lines ignites a passion for authentic storytelling

Chloe Bowen is far from your typical Brisbane-based 18-year-old student; her story of perseverance and resilience is nothing short of commendable.  Ms Bowen's great-grandfather wa...

Joseph Guenzler May 13, 2023
Evoking empathy for Aboriginal history

Celebrated Gunditjmara artist Hayley Millar Baker’s first solo exhibition is currently on show at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Gallery telling stories of Aboriginal hi...

Rachael Knowles Apr 14, 2021
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