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First People's Assembly "door is always open", but Treaty will happen even if Vic Opposition don't walk in
Treaty negotiations in Victoria will go ahead with or without the support of the state opposition, with the First Peoples’ Assem...
Dechlan Brennan 16 Feb 2024
The songs that went viral through the desert
Please note, this story contains the names of people who have passed away. In modern terms, it would have been a chart topper...
Madelaine Dickie 16 Sep 2020
Indigenous LGBTQ2 rep says they’re being left out of key initiative by federal departments and crown corporations
First published on May 2, 2019 by APTN National News Canada. The original article can be viewed here. Published with permission...
Guest Author 6 Jul 2020
Nunavut fashion show in Iqaluit by Inuit, for Inuit
This story was first published by APTN News in Canada. It has been republished here with permission.  When there is a fashion...
Guest Author 6 Jul 2020
A 13-year-old misfit rights the wrongs in his home town
A new SBS series from director Dylan River is hitting the small screen come July 5. An Australianised retelling of the classi...
Guest Author 2 Apr 2020
Pat Dodson: no stranger to challenge

Wayne Bergmann is the Chief Executive Officer of KRED Enterprises, a Broome-based charitable trust committed to independent Aboriginal economic development. He is also part-owner o...

Guest Author Apr 2, 2020
Ruling the ratings: heart-stealing family face fears in season 2

The Rule family stole hearts in the first season of fly-on-the-wall series Family Rules. Now they’re back. The second season of Family Rules begins on NITV on November 14 and it...

Guest Author Mar 13, 2020
Marriage equality more than an institution—it’s a right to determine how we live

Twenty-five-year old Ballardong and Wiradjuri woman Edie Shepherd can hardly believe it’s been a year since Australia voted yes to same sex marriage. Melbourne-based Shepherd co...

Guest Author Mar 13, 2020
Traditional storytelling, healing and weaving on show at free Syd gathering

Hundreds of cultural custodians from around the world will converge on Sydney’s Darling Harbour this month. A Healing Our Spirit Worldwide conference will run for four days from...

Guest Author Mar 13, 2020
Wadeye women stun with plums

A yoghurt made with Kakadu plums harvested on traditional lands in the Northern Territory has been launched in Adelaide. South Australian bushfood company Something Wild Australia...

Guest Author Mar 13, 2020
Dance off keeps lore alive in Sydney spectacular

Internationally acclaimed dance troupe, the Nunukul Yuggera, has won this year’s Dance Rites competition at the Sydney Opera House. The dancers from Queensland took out first pr...

Guest Author Mar 13, 2020
Communities predicted to shave thousands off bills with solar

Remote Aboriginal communities in Western Australia’s Kimberley are going solar. Between them they have installed more than 100 kilowatts of solar panels on community buildings, su...

Guest Author Mar 13, 2020
Night parrot photographed twice in secret location

One of the world’s most elusive and mysterious birds has been photographed for a second time by an isolated team of Indigenous rangers in Western Australia’s Kimberley. The rare p...

Guest Author Mar 13, 2020
Explosive NYE in Sydney! Always was, always will be

The culture of the Gadigal people helped ring in 2019 on Monday night as Sydney once again staged one of the world’s biggest New Year’s Eve fireworks shows. A Calling Country cere...

Guest Author Mar 13, 2020
Gathering wisdom for a fresh take on the heartbreaking classic, Storm Boy

Photos by Matt Nettheim, Copyright_ Stormy Productions Pty Ltd. When acclaimed Pitjantjatjara actor Trevor Jamieson took on the role of Fingerbone Bill in the new version of the...

Guest Author Mar 13, 2020
First Nations artists cheated by fake souvenir trade

Up to 80 percent of supposedly First Nations souvenirs sold in Australia in a tourist market estimated to be worth millions of dollars are fake, a federal parliamentary inquiry has...

Guest Author Mar 13, 2020
Goolarabooloo fail in native title appeal

The Goolarabooloo people who opposed Woodside Petroleum’s now-abandoned $45 billion plan for a gas hub at James Price Point near Broome in Western Australia have failed in an appea...

Guest Author Mar 13, 2020
BREAKING: Massive win for the Kimberley’s biggest Indigenous-owned beef producer

Kimberley Aboriginal communities are preparing for a big push into Australia’s multi-billion dollar beef export industry after today acquiring the 401,944 hectare, north-west Myroo...

Guest Author Mar 5, 2020
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