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Famed New York museum closes "severely outdated" Native American exhibits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
MADALAH students join LML Insurance Group on eye-opening visit to Parliament House
LML Insurance's partnership with MADALAH, a not-for-profit organisation that offers scholarships for Indigenous students, has go...
Jess Whaler 8 Dec 2023
Ernie Dingo talks culture, racism and the Voice referendum result - "It hurt alot"
National Indigenous Times sat down with Yamatji actor Ernie Dingo, a familiar face to generations of Indigenous and non-Indigeno...
Jess Whaler 19 Nov 2023
First Nations female-led 'Make It Happen HQ' strikes partnership with Indigenous Business Australia
Make it Happen HQ (MIHHQ), a business striving to support First Nations entrepreneurs, announced a partnership with Indigenous B...
Jess Whaler 12 Nov 2023
Killers of the Flower Moon star Yancey Red Corn speaks on colonial violence
Yancey Red Corn, actor and a member of the Osage, Caddo and Potawatomi Tribes in the United States, spoke with National Indigeno...
Zak Kirkup 31 Oct 2023
Funding available for First Nations athletes in Victoria

First Nations athletes in Victoria will now have more opportunities to participate in competitions thanks to grants by the Andrews government. Minister for Community Sport Ros Spe...

Brendan Foster Sep 19, 2023
AFL legend London-bound to get King's support for Voice

Michael Long's quest to garner support for the Voice referendum is set to take an international route, with the AFL legend revealing plans to travel to London and petition the King...

David Prestipino Sep 6, 2023
Silent killer on the rise, 1.8 million Australians are unaware they have kidney disease

Warning: this article may contain images of Indigenous people who are now deceased. Kidney disease is on the rise in Australia, with Kidney Health Australia reporting that two mil...

Jess Whaler Aug 28, 2023
20 years on, Michael Long is still walking to unite a nation

It is an iconic occasion that has seen more and more Australians walk shoulder to shoulder each year in support of reconciliation since its inception in 2004.But this year's histor...

David Prestipino Aug 24, 2023
Twin gongs show Ventia on song with First Nations businesses

Sustainable procurement leader Ventia was recognised for its infrastructure partnerships with First Nations businesses at Supply Nation's flagship Connect 23 event in Sydney last w...

David Prestipino Aug 14, 2023
First Nation women are making their mark in the sports commentating world at FIFA's Women's World Cup

With Australia and New Zealand currently joint-hosting the 2023 FIFA Women's Worlds's Cup, opportunities for Indo-Pacific and First Nations women have arisen as trainee commentator...

Rhiannon Clarke Aug 10, 2023
US Supreme Court upholds law protecting Native American children's connection to family and culture

United States Supreme Court has preserved the system that gives preference to Native American families in foster care and adoption cases involving Native American children, rejecti...

Giovanni Torre Jun 15, 2023
A wary path as more winemakers acknowledge traditional land owners

More Australian winemakers are acknowledging the traditional custodians of their sites as they strive to build connections with First Nations communities.Official acknowledgements...

David Prestipino May 25, 2023
Fujitsu Australia cements further First Nations partnerships amid reconciliation push

Fujitsu Australia has been on a journey to foster greater Indigenous inclusion in a bid to be a better corporate citizen.  The IT service management company has subcontracted two...

Nina Hendy May 25, 2023
$275,000 funding grants champion prosperity of First Nations youth

Young First Nations residents in Parburdoo will soon lace up new boxing gloves as they fight isolation and cost-of-living issues in the remote Pilbara mining town.Yinhawangka Abori...

David Prestipino Apr 25, 2023
Deloitte commits to Reconciliation Action Plan

Deloitte has made public its vision for reconciliation, announcing that there is no greater challenge and opportunity facing the nation than coming to terms with the history and on...

Nina Hendy Mar 8, 2023
Indigenous knowledge can tackle climate crisis, first Native American Secretary of Interior tells Boorloo/Perth gathering

The first Native American to serve as a United States cabinet secretary gave a keynote address in Boorloo (Perth) this week on the importance of Indigenous knowledge and leadership...

Emma Ruben Feb 15, 2023
Wampis Nation makes a stand for Indigenous autonomy at COP15

The Wampis Nation in Peru has faced depredations from colonialism and capitalism for hundreds of years, and have been fighting back for just as long.The Wampis, a community of arou...

Giovanni Torre Dec 27, 2022
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