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Mick Gooda says PM should have adopted "watered down" Voice to secure bipartisan support
Former Australian Human Rights Commissioner and prominent Yes campaigner Mick Gooda says the Prime Minister and fellow Yes campa...
Dechlan Brennan 23 Feb 2024
'Time to take control': Kimberley First Nations leaders pledge Voice support
First Nations representative bodies in the Kimberley have pledged their support for a Voice to Parliament after a three-day gath...
David Prestipino 17 Sep 2023
Murdoch University leadership declares unanimous support for the Uluru Statement and Voice to Parliament
Murdoch University's leadership has thrown its support behind the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the Yes vote for an Aborigi...
Giovanni Torre 9 May 2023
We must see self-determination if we want to see change
My name is Daniel Morrison. My bloodlines flow from the Noongar, Yamitji, and Giga clans of WesternAustralia.I am the CEO of Wun...
Daniel Morrison 3 May 2023
An Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament is a step in the right direction
My name is Anthony Watson and I am a Nyikina, Mangala, Jabirr Jabirr, Yawuru and Karajarri man. I am the Chairperson of the Kim...
Anthony Watson 1 May 2023
Victorian Coalition MPs to make call on free vote for Voice

Victorian coalition MPs will discuss whether to bind party room members to a formal position on the Indigenous voice to parliament or allow a free vote.A free or conscience vote fo...

Callum Godde (AAP) May 1, 2023
Solicitor-General says Voice “serves the objective of overcoming barriers”

Solicitor-General Dr Stephen Donaghue has shared his views on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament. It comes after Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus released Dr Donaghue’s 24-page opinio...

Callan Morse Apr 21, 2023
Torres Strait Islanders and far north Queenslanders back Voice to Parliament, inquiry told

Torres Strait Islanders and Far North Queenslanders view the voice to parliament as unfinished business, Indigenous leaders have told a parliamentary inquiry.The inquiry into the v...

Rudi Maxwell (AAP) Apr 19, 2023
Liberals deny party is split over Voice to Parliament

Divisions have emerged after the Liberal Party announced it would formally oppose a constitutionally enshrined Voice to Parliament.A dissenting Liberal MP says the party is at a cr...

"For a Voice, but against it": Linda Burney condemns Liberals' "clear as mud" position

Federal Minister for Indigenous Australians Linda Burney has dismissed the Liberal Party’s opposition to a constitutionally enshrined Voice to Parliament. Ms Burney said the Liber...

Callan Morse Apr 5, 2023
Liberals formally oppose constitutionally enshrined Indigenous Voice to Parliament

Opposition leader Peter Dutton has confirmed the Liberal Party will campaign for the “no” case against the national Voice to Parliament. The position was determined following a mo...

Callan Morse Apr 5, 2023
Voice to Parliament: Where do the Liberals stand?

As a referendum on the Indigenous Voice to Parliament becomes imminent, federal Opposition Leader Peter Dutton has yet to make the stance of the Liberal Party clear, and his approa...

Emma Ruben Jan 19, 2023
Constitutional Voice to Parliament will not cede First Nations' sovereignty, government says

The Federal Government has shut down concerns a constitutional Voice to Parliament would cede First Nations sovereignty, but admits legal advice on the issue has not been sought....

Giovanni Torre Nov 10, 2022
First Nations voice to parliament a step closer in South Australia with release of draft bill

South Australia is set to become Australia’s first state or territory to legislate a First Nations Voice to state parliament after the South Australian Government’s released its dr...

Callan Morse Nov 9, 2022
Federal budget to invest $56 million in Voice referendum and Makarrata Commission

The federal government’s budget announced Tuesday night includes $56 million in funding for a referendum to enshrine an Indigenous Voice to parliament in the Constitution and to be...

Giovanni Torre Oct 26, 2022
Ex-wharfie turned First Nations rights advocate: Thomas Mayor takes Voice campaign to Australian Geographic

Growing up immersed in a bitter battle for workers' rights, Thomas Mayor's life was one inevitably drawn to standing up for First Nations people. The Torres Strait Islander man...

Giovanni Torre Oct 22, 2022
These are the 20 Indigenous Australians who will shape the Voice to Parliament referendum

The Federal Government has revealed the all-Indigenous team it will lean on to shape the Voice to Parliament ahead of an expected referendum next year. Among the high profile na...

Giovanni Torre Sep 13, 2022
Federal shadow minister Julian Leeser shares views on critical Indigenous Affairs issues

The new Federal Indigenous affairs shadow minister says the Coalition has an “open mind” about the Voice to Parliament, and needs to listen to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...

Giovanni Torre Jul 19, 2022
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