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Cape York Peninsula's Land & Water Plan seeking insights on top priorities and threats
Cape York Natural Resource Management is initiating a new Land and Water Plan to oversee natural resource management on Cape Yor...
Joseph Guenzler 21 Feb 2024
Supporting traditional knowledge at the heart of new Queensland Government environment grants
The Queensland Government has announced more than $500,000 will be invested in support of environmental projects led by First Na...
Dechlan Brennan 13 Feb 2024
Environment Minister probes Environmental Defenders Office following Tiwi pipeline fallout
The Environmental Defenders Office are being scrutinised by Federal Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek following critical asse...
Jarred Cross 9 Feb 2024
Calls for Australian Government to support Indigenous Climate and Health alliance
Groups are urging the Australian Government to provide funding for a National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Coalition on...
Rhiannon Clarke 30 Jan 2024
NT government to review EDO funding after Santos 'lies'
Environmental lawyers could be stripped of part of their public funding after presenting "confected evidence" in a major legal...
Neve Brissenden 30 Jan 2024
Community calls for shelter as cyclone looms

One of Queensland's largest Indigenous communities has been forced to take shelter from severe Tropical Cyclone Kirrily in their own homes, prompting calls for an evacuation centre...

Keira Jenkins Jan 26, 2024
‘The best outcomes for climate, Country and people’: North Australia Savanna Fire Forum set to return next month

Australia’s leading savanna fire event, the annual North Australia Savanna Fire Forum, is set to return on Larrakia Country in Darwin next month. The 6th annual Indigenous-led eve...

Callan Morse Jan 24, 2024
Cyclone threat hangs over rain-soaked north Queensland

Queenslanders are bracing for a potential category 3 cyclone forecast to cross the coast weeks after wild weather lashed the region. The Bureau of Meteorology said a tropical lo...

Flood-hit regions brace for more rain, Cyclone Kirrily

Australia's latest cyclone threat has been christened as the nation's flood-hit north prepares for a second natural disaster in barely a month. People have been evacuated from...

Laine Clark Jan 19, 2024
'He did lie' : Questions surround UWA academic who allegedly misled Traditional Owners in Santos case

A UWA academic is under fire for lying to Tiwi Islanders who brought an eventually unsuccessful First Nations cultural heritage claim against Santos.  On Monday, federal court Jus...

Dechlan Brennan Jan 18, 2024
Genomic tools show innovative Indigenous agriculture

Aboriginal peoples increased the spread of a tree species that held cultural and culinary significance as a response to colonisation, new research has found. Bunya pines have been...

Rudi Maxwell Jan 17, 2024
$5.8b Santos gas project gets green light as Aboriginal heritage claims dismissed

The Federal Court has dismissed First Nations cultural heritage claims in relation to the $5.8 billion gas project by Santos off the Northern Territory coast. Federal Court Justic...

David Prestipino Jan 15, 2024
Climate warriors inspire choreographer's new work

A choreographer has been inspired by climate change warriors to create a work about the dangers rising seas pose to the Torres Strait Islands. While she was born on the mainland i...

Eelemarni Close-Brown Jan 8, 2024
Biological survey sees myriad of native species unearthed on Badimia Country

The combination of traditional knowledge and western science is unearthing a myriad of native creatures that inhabit Barnabinmah, located on the Murchison ex-pastoral station in We...

Callan Morse Jan 5, 2024
Road to Indigenous community reopens following devastating north Queensland cyclone

Roads are finally reopening in flood-hit far north Queensland, three weeks after Tropical Cyclone Jasper struck the region. But it may be some time before hundreds of people retur...

Laine Clark Jan 4, 2024
Traditional Owners strike cultural heritage deal with embattled Sandfire Resources

Traditional Owners have received an apology from Sandfire Resources amid a government probe into whether its destruction of two Aboriginal artefact sites in Western Australia breac...

David Prestipino Dec 22, 2023
Town overcomes setbacks to welcome Wujul Wujul flood evacuees

Beds may have been scarce, supermarket shelves bare and the water supply "dwindling". But the far north Queensland town of Cooktown still opened its arms to people fleeing floodwa...

Laine Clark Dec 21, 2023
Traditional Owners guide new Pacific coral reef monitoring system

The ecological expertise of Indigenous groups across Queensland will help guide sustainable management of natural resources across Australia and the wider Pacific region in a new g...

David Prestipino Dec 21, 2023
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