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Indigenous man's agonising pain misdiagnosed in days leading up to his death
A junior doctor had limited knowledge of the syndrome with which an Indigenous man was wrongly diagnosed at a NSW hospital whils...
Dechlan Brennan 27 Feb 2024
Senator Thorpe welcomes Mardi Gras decision to withdraw invitation to NSW Police
Senator Lidia Thorpe has welcomed the Mardi Gras organisers decision to uninvite the NSW Police to the event, and called on the...
Giovanni Torre 27 Feb 2024
NSW Police appeal for assistance in locating missing Māori teens
NSW Police are seeking public assistance to find two missing teenage girls, Te Manawa Rore and Kohine Rore, both 14. The pair w...
Joseph Guenzler 27 Feb 2024
NSW Governor visits Aboriginal company giving First Nations women "Real Futures"
Proud Worimi Tongan woman and Real Futures project manager and team leader, Oneeva Tuuhetoka, said much of what the Aboriginal-o...
Brendan Foster 26 Feb 2024
Inquest into death of Indigenous man begins in Dubbo
An Indigenous man who died less than 24 hours after being discharged from Dubbo hospital was wrongly diagnosed with a drug-induc...
Dechlan Brennan 26 Feb 2024
NSW government policy review recommends increased focus on First Nations and multicultural media outlets

New South Wales is home to almost 90 independent multicultural and Aboriginal publications and 210 radio programs, spoken in more than 56 languages. For many First Nations people,...

Brendan Foster Feb 26, 2024
'Long hard road' to inquest into Indigenous man's death

The family of a man who died soon after being discharged from a NSW regional hospital hope an inquest will make the healthcare system safer for Indigenous people. Ricky Hampson...

Stephanie Gardiner Feb 26, 2024
Spotlight on hospital care at Indigenous death inquest

Ricky Hampson Jr was a protector, a big brother known as "Dougie" who always looked for ways to bring his family joy. "Dougie was our firstborn, he was always happy," his father R...

Stephanie Gardiner Feb 25, 2024
In a heartbeat: smart watches helping to close the gap

When Aunty Mary Waites joined a research trial aimed at helping to reduce the risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease in Aboriginal and Torres Strait people, she saved her husban...

Rudi Maxwell Feb 23, 2024
'There need to be consequences for actions' : Legal groups condemn NSW police after guilty officer keeps job

Legal groups in NSW say they are concerned a police officer found guilty of assaulting an Indigenous teenager is still employed in the organisation, arguing it highlights a broader...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 22, 2024
Federal government commits to boosting food security in remote Aboriginal communities

The Albanese government has vowed to improve food security in remote Aboriginal communities with an investment of more than one million dollars on a range of projects.   In the r...

Giovanni Torre Feb 22, 2024
NSW grants announced to boost language revitalisation

The New South Wales government has announced $1.6 million in grants to boost the revitalisation of Aboriginal languages.Grants of between $1000 and $60,000 are available for Aborig...

Giovanni Torre Feb 21, 2024
NSW Land Council head urges active participation in crucial election

NSW Aboriginal Land Council chief executive Yuseph Deen has highlighted the vital importance of active participation in influencing the future of Aboriginal communities in New Sout...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 20, 2024
Traditional land management techniques centre stage at major fire forum

Traditional Owners from northern Australia have been using fire to care for country for thousands of years. But it's only been in the past two decades that Indigenous fire manageme...

Rudi Maxwell Feb 20, 2024
Cop charged over death of Dunghutti teenager Jai Wright

The family and lawyers of Dunghutti teenager Jai Kalani Wright have welcomed a decision to charge the police officer whose car collided with Jai while he rode a trail bike on 19 Fe...

Giovanni Torre Feb 20, 2024
An emu footprint giving hope to a town doing it tough

At a riverside north western NSW town, Indigenous Elders hope a cultural centre will keep the community alive. The tiny town of Wilcannia in north western NSW is easy to miss - wi...

Cassandra Morgan Feb 18, 2024
8000 year-old artefacts preserved and displayed at New South Wales hospital

An 8,000-year-old piece of Indigenous history uncovered during excavations for the Prince of Wales Hospital has been carefully preserved and is on display to the public outside Ran...

Giovanni Torre Feb 16, 2024
Partner sues prisons over Indigenous inmate's death

A woman is suing the NSW prison system and inmate healthcare service over the death in custody of her partner after a coroner found the emergency response to his asthma attack was...

Duncan Murray Feb 15, 2024
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