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Data science shown to expedite return of ancestral Indigenous remains
The return of the ancestral human remains of Australian and other Indigenous peoples held in anthropological collections could b...
Giovanni Torre 16 Feb 2024
8000 year-old artefacts preserved and displayed at New South Wales hospital
An 8,000-year-old piece of Indigenous history uncovered during excavations for the Prince of Wales Hospital has been carefully p...
Giovanni Torre 16 Feb 2024
Famed New York museum closes "severely outdated" Native American exhibits
The American Museum of Natural History in New York has closed certain Native American exhibits in accordance with new US regulat...
Associated Press 29 Jan 2024
Traditional Owners reject Victorian Opposition claims linking heritage laws and housing costs
Traditional Owners in Victoria have expressed concern at comments from property developers and the Nationals leader Peter Walsh...
Dechlan Brennan 26 Jan 2024
Victorian Opposition made no submission to land management inquiry before abandoning Treaty
The Victorian Opposition, who cited Cultural Heritage laws as the main reason for abandoning Treaty, made no submission to the Y...
Dechlan Brennan 24 Jan 2024
Native Title expert queries Victorian Opposition claims on cultural heritage laws

Criticism of the Victorian Opposition’s withdrawal the state’s Treaty process has continued, with a native title legal expert labelling Nationals leader Peter Walsh’s commentary on...

Dechlan Brennan Jan 23, 2024
WA miner exports maiden shipment amid cultural heritage controversy

The first shipment of mineral sands from a controversial mine site in Western Australia's Kimberley region has landed in China as the project faces increasing scrutiny over its env...

Minister suspends works approval at Kimberley mine site to protect sacred object

The Western Australian Minister for Aboriginal Affairs has intervened in a controversial Kimberley mining site, partially suspending section 18 approvals given for works at the Thu...

Giovanni Torre Dec 27, 2023
Collaborative group 'The Hill' release debut single: ‘Butterfly’

Straight outta the community of Broken Hill, collaborative group The Hill has dropped a captivating debut single - Butterfly.   The newly released soundtrack explores some hard-hi...

Rhiannon Clarke Dec 17, 2023
Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority, Traditional Owners launch High Court action against Director of National Parks

The High Court of Australia will this week hold two days of hearings on the question of crown immunity for Commonwealth body corporates, and whether the Director of National Parks...

Giovanni Torre Dec 11, 2023
Indigenous Elders demand urgent protection for Aboriginal site amidst sand mine controversy

Dharwal Elder, Aunty Sharralyn Robinson, says she is feeling pressured by the federal government to modify her cultural heritage protection application. Aunty Sharralyn told the A...

Joseph Guenzler Dec 7, 2023
Sacred objects returned home following collaboration between Warlpiri Project and AIATSIS

Senior Warlpiri men and staff from the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) gathered at the South Australian Museum on Friday to receive...

Callan Morse Nov 14, 2023
Rio pumps $70m on robotic mine while bigger fish await

Awakening the power of two sleeping giants across two continents is critical for Rio Tinto to access future higher-grade iron ore exports.   The world's biggest iron ore producer...

David Prestipino Oct 31, 2023
“Languages Alive, Culture Thrives” - inaugural NSW Aboriginal Languages Week kicks off 22 October

The NSW Aboriginal Languages Trust will be celebrating the Inaugural NSW Aboriginal Languages Week from 22-29 October.The theme of the week is “Languages Alive, Culture Thrives”.Du...

Giovanni Torre Oct 18, 2023
Listening to the Martuwarra

Professor Anne Poelina brought the Martuwarra spirit to the Biodiversity Conference 2023 - Listening to Country, which commenced on Tuesday 10 October and concludes Thursday. Prof...

Rhiannon Clarke Oct 11, 2023
Hundreds gather for 'Listen To Country' biodiversity conference

The Biodiversity Conference 2023 - Listen To Country has seen an extraordinary 650 attendees registered to attend this major scientific event.The three-day conference at the Univer...

Giovanni Torre Oct 10, 2023
Police launch inquiry into vandalism of sacred well in Queensland

In western Queensland, roughly 90 kilometres west of Windorah, a sacred well was recently filled with 25kg of concrete and other material by an unknown vandal.It is one of a number...

Joseph Guenzler Oct 7, 2023
Rio Tinto under scrutiny after blasting at Pilbara mine disturbs another ancient rock shelter

A new investigation is under way after blasting at a Rio Tinto mine site in the Pilbara disturbed an ancient rock shelter. The site, somewhere between 40,000 and 50,000 years old,...

Giovanni Torre Sep 22, 2023
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