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Woorabinda trio's trip of a lifetime to see Taylor Swift in Sydney
Three young people from a remote Aboriginal community are basking in the afterglow of Monday night’s Taylor Swift concert. The...
Giovanni Torre 27 Feb 2024
Cultural awakening fuels passion to revive Indigenous language
A stirring lecture theatre speech in his native language by a legendary Indigenous leader was the fuel that fired Clint Bracknel...
David Prestipino 27 Feb 2024
Saving first languages a mission to preserve cultures
Kaurna elder Rod O'Brien wants everyone who lives on the Adelaide Plains to be able to understand and speak at least a couple of...
Rudi Maxwell 26 Feb 2024
Victorian First Peoples Art and Design Fair looks to bring 'whole gamut' on debut in 2025
Inaugural Victorian First Peoples Arts and Design Fair senior project manager Janina Harding has “big plans” for seeing creative...
Jarred Cross 24 Feb 2024
Aiga Festival: Pacific Island Festival promoting family and culture
The Aiga Festival, hosted by Samoan musician and Co-Director Taitu'uga Kitch and Tongan content creator Havea676 in collaboratio...
Joseph Guenzler 23 Feb 2024
Unis need new angle for attracting Indigenous engineers

The work of Aboriginal engineers has survived thousands of years but universities are missing out on attracting a new generation of Indigenous scientists, according to experts.  ...

Rudi Maxwell Feb 21, 2024
NSW grants announced to boost language revitalisation

The New South Wales government has announced $1.6 million in grants to boost the revitalisation of Aboriginal languages.Grants of between $1000 and $60,000 are available for Aborig...

Giovanni Torre Feb 21, 2024
International Mother Language Day to see calls for dual naming policies across Australia

Victoria's First Peoples’ Assembly will mark International Mother Language Day on Wednesday by calling for governments and other institutions to embrace Indigenous languages and du...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 21, 2024
Thomas Weatherall’s play “Blue” explores the complexities of coming-of-age

The captivating play “Blue” delves into the complexities of a coming-of-age narrative, exploring themes of family dynamics, masculinity, grief, love, and the profound experience of...

Rhiannon Clarke Feb 20, 2024
Integrating cultural knowledge with high-tech agriculture on the table

How to unlock the untapped potential of traditional First Nations knowledge systems and integrate them with modern agricultural technology will be a major focus of an agrifood conf...

David Prestipino Feb 19, 2024
Northern Territory grants open doors for artists

Grants are currently being offered in the Northern Territory to fund the purchase, transportation, and installation of equipment for the production, exhibition, marketing, and sale...

Rhiannon Clarke Feb 19, 2024
Troy Cassar-Daley drops new album Between the Fires and tour dates

Accomplished musician and Gumbaynggirr/Bundjalung man, Troy Cassar-Daley, has dedicated more than thirty years to his career, upholding a rich tradition of storytelling. Over the...

Rhiannon Clarke Feb 19, 2024
An emu footprint giving hope to a town doing it tough

At a riverside north western NSW town, Indigenous Elders hope a cultural centre will keep the community alive. The tiny town of Wilcannia in north western NSW is easy to miss - wi...

Cassandra Morgan Feb 18, 2024
New Palawa art experience in Hobart

Esteemed Palawa Indigenous artist Allan Mansell will be sharing his sustainable printing methods with guests at Hobart’s Henry Jones Art Hotel. Available to all with a booking and...

Dianne Bortoletto Feb 18, 2024
Aboriginal Elders give WA council green light to return park to Indigenous name

Aboriginal Elders in Boorloo (Perth) have given a Western Australian council permission to change a reserve back to its original First Nations name.   The City of Vincent unanimo...

Brendan Foster Feb 15, 2024
Blak & Bright Literary Festival hugely embracing First Nations narratives for 2024

Melbourne's biannual First Nations literature festival, Blak & Bright, is scheduled to make its return this year, from March 13 to 17. The event focuses on empowering and celebrat...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 15, 2024
RAAF Officer's didgeridoo gift strengthening cultural bonds between Australia and Maldives

A didgeridoo brought to Maldives during Indo-Pacific Endeavour (IPE) engagement will stay in the country as a gift for the Australian High Commission in Malé. At a reception celeb...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 14, 2024
A groundbreaking tenure that evolved Noongar culture

As the sun set on Iain Grandage's transformative tenure as artistic director of Australia's longest-running cultural festival this month, he recalled how the stars aligned amid a g...

David Prestipino Feb 14, 2024
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