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Indigenous reactions to Queen Elizabeth II's death from Australia and around the world
Indigenous Australians have responded with a mix of sorrow, criticism and reflection to the death of Queen Elizabeth II  on Thur...
Tom Zaunmayr 9 Sep 2022
Queensland's Embodied Knowledge show exhibits diverse range of Indigenous artists
With a strong First Nation presence, the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Arts' recent Embodied Knowledge exhibition...
Joseph Guenzler 31 Aug 2022
Wonnarua Man Brandon Wakeling poised to medal at Commonwealth Games in Birmingham 2022
Wonnarua weightlifter and new father Brandon Wakeling says he is “100 per cent” focused on taking home a medal for Australia at...
Joseph Guenzler 21 Jul 2022
Confusion over jab requirements of Traditional Owners at WA mine sites
The Western Australian government is being asked to clarify whether Traditional Owners carrying out work on mine sites are requi...
Aleisha Orr 22 Apr 2022
Blazing a trail in Tamworth
Marc Sutherland, the first Gomeroi person elected to Tamworth Regional Council, is a man with a mission. He spoke with the Na...
Giovanni Torre 14 Jan 2022
Attempt to trademark “Always Was, Always Will Be” application withdrawn

The attempt to trademark the phrase “Always Was, Always Will Be” has reportedly failed, however, it still remains an affront to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Ind...

Giovanni Torre Jan 13, 2022
BREAKING: Class action launched against State of Western Australia over imprisonment for unpaid fines

A class action seeking compensation for false imprisonment for all Indigenous people imprisoned under now defunct provisions of Western Australia’s Fines, Penalties and Infringemen...

Giovanni Torre Jan 10, 2022
The Aboriginal flag is still not free

More than a year on from the release of a Parliamentary Inquiry’s report into the issues surrounding who has the right to reproduce and display the Aboriginal flag, the matter is...

Aleisha Orr Dec 13, 2021
Calls for stronger Traditional Owner heritage appeal rights ignored by WA government

The right of Traditional Owners to appeal to the State Administrative Tribunal under the proposed new Aboriginal Heritage Bill has now been removed from draft versions of the new l...

Giovanni Torre Nov 5, 2021
7News wrongly identifies Indigenous man as kidnapper of Cleo Smith

7News has publicly apologised for wrongly accusing an Indigenous man of kidnapping 4-year-old Cleo Smith. On Wednesday, the news outlet publicly accused the Indigenous man of ki...

Aaron Bloch Nov 5, 2021
Juukan Gorge inquiry exposes "the destruction of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural heritage which continues to happen in this country”

The destruction of Juukan Gorge by Rio Tinto was “not unique” but “an extreme example of the destruction of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural heritage which continues...

Giovanni Torre Oct 20, 2021
Australia's first young, queer and Indigenous Commissioner appointed

Victoria has appointed Wiradjuri man, Todd Fernando as Commissioner for LGBTIQ+ Communities. Fernando was appointed to the position by Victorian Minister for Equality Martin Fol...

Rachael Knowles Oct 5, 2021
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