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Leading voices for Indigenous children present reform plan in Canberra
A delegation of Elders, senior leaders and representatives from Children’s Ground and Utyerre Apanpe (First Nations Educators Ne...
Giovanni Torre 27 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 mor...
Brendan Foster 26 Feb 2024
Feleti Teo named as new Tuvalu prime minister
Tuvalu has announced former attorney-general and fisheries official Feleti Teo as its new prime minister after he was elected un...
Experts say MP's approach to NT youth crime is not evidence-based
Experts have criticised calls from Labor MP Marion Scrymgour for the NT to show “tough love” to juvenile offenders, arguing her...
Dechlan Brennan 23 Feb 2024
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
Traditional Owners critical of $28.8million federal funding for Beetaloo Basin research

Traditional Owners from the Beetaloo Basin have criticised the federal government after it confirmed a probe into whether millions of dollars of public funds were given to oil and...

David Prestipino Feb 21, 2024
"I don't trust the Queensland Police": Mr George's family seeks closure amid ongoing inquest

In the aftermath of Mr George's tragic death in a Kowanyama police cell, recent conversations with a family member highlights the impact on those left behind. The 52-year-old Indi...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 20, 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
Horizon Power funding enables remote community events

A new round of funding grants are available for organisations that will use the money to improve the vibrancy and wellbing of remote and rural communities across Western Australia....

David Prestipino Feb 16, 2024
PNG PM to face no-confidence motion after deadly riots

Papua New Guinea's opposition party has lodged a motion of no confidence in Prime Minister James Marape after the Pacific Island nation's parliament returned, the first session sin...

Kirsty Needham Feb 14, 2024
Lidia Thorpe slams Federal Government for 'backing away from Truth and Treaty'

Independent Senator Lidia Thorpe says Anthony Albanese and Minister for Indigenous Australians Linda Burney will take the nation backward after breaking their promise to progress T...

Jarred Cross Feb 13, 2024
Communities must take wheel for remote Indigenous enterprises

The federal government has urged existing service providers of the now axed Community Jobs Program to ensure Indigenous organisations and communities receive support as it transiti...

"The old ways are not working" - PM says governments must listen to Indigenous communities to close the gap

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has addressed Parliament on the 16th anniversary of the Apology to the Stolen Generation, promising to drive cultural change across all levels of go...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 13, 2024
Advocates welcome "game changer" plan for national Indigenous children's commissioner

Leading advocates for Indigenous children have hailed the federal government's commitment to establishing a National Commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children...

Family demands justice and answers over death of Mr George in Kowanyama police cell

Gwynette George has spoken out on the long, challenging months without answers after her younger brother's death in a Cape York police station cell. Known culturally as Mr George,...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 12, 2024
Environment Minister probes Environmental Defenders Office following Tiwi pipeline fallout

The Environmental Defenders Office are being scrutinised by Federal Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek following critical assessments of the body's conduct in the Santos pipeline...

Jarred Cross Feb 9, 2024
"Enduring resolution" announced for Youpla funeral group collapse

The federal government has announced "an enduring resolution" for people impacted by the collapse of the insurance provider Youpla Group. The Youpla Support Program, announced on...

Giovanni Torre Feb 8, 2024
Support grows for appointing Australia's first Indigenous Governor-General

It's unclear whether the recent cancer diagnosis of King Charles will delay Australia naming a new representative to the nation’s head of state as is expected this year, while grou...

Jarred Cross Feb 8, 2024
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