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Senate clash after Thorpe raises case of her cousin's death in custody
Labor senator Malarndirri McCarthy has accused independent Lidia Thorpe of making her feel "culturally unsafe" after insults wer...
Dominic Giannini 28 Feb 2024
SHE DIRECTS - new program aims to boost First Nations women filmmakers
SHE DIRECTS, an intensive three-day directors lab aimed specifically at early to mid-career First Nations women from across Aust...
Giovanni Torre 28 Feb 2024
Kilcunda: The tiny town on the road to Lionel Rose’s world title
On February 27, 1968 in Tokyo Lionel Rose ascended to boxing’s heights, taking the world bantamweight title from Japanese fighte...
Jarred Cross 28 Feb 2024
How blockchain can bolster native food businesses
Around 70 bush food practitioners have explored the potential for blockchain technology to help track and sell native foods and...
David Prestipino 28 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
Melboune CBD James Cook statue becomes the latest targeted by vandals

A James Cook statue in Fitzroy Gardners on the edge of Melbourne's CBD has become the latest colonial monument targeted in a string of desecrations in just over a month.  At aroun...

Jarred Cross Feb 27, 2024
Indigenous artists take centre stage in Naarm

The William Mora Indigenous Art Centre Program was recently housed at the Melbourne Art Fair in Naarm from the 22-25 of February, highlighting some of the most detailed and outstan...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 27, 2024
Directions hearings continue ahead of inquest into 2021 death in custody of young mum

The latest directions hearings concerning a 30-year-old Yamatji, Noongar, Wongi and Pitjantjatjara woman who died in custody at a Naarm hospital over fours years ago will commence...

Jarred Cross Feb 23, 2024
International Mother Language Day to see calls for dual naming policies across Australia

Victoria's First Peoples’ Assembly will mark International Mother Language Day on Wednesday by calling for governments and other institutions to embrace Indigenous languages and du...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 21, 2024
New pilot program to help combat domestic and family violence

The Victorian government has announced a new pilot program with Aboriginal service Dardi Munwurro to tackle family and domestic violence at the source.The Changing Ways pilot progr...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 20, 2024
Monash Health charged over Indigenous woman’s hospital death

WARNING: This story contains the name of an Aboriginal person who has passed. Victoria's largest public health service is facing a criminal charge relating to the death of an Abor...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 19, 2024
Indigenous health experts launch recommendations to tackle diet-related chronic disease

The Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation in partnership with Deakin University’s Institute for Health Transformation launched the Food Policies for Aborigi...

Giovanni Torre Feb 19, 2024
First People's Assembly "door is always open", but Treaty will happen even if Vic Opposition don't walk in

Treaty negotiations in Victoria will go ahead with or without the support of the state opposition, with the First Peoples’ Assembly saying “their door is always open'' for conversa...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 16, 2024
Blak & Bright Literary Festival hugely embracing First Nations narratives for 2024

Melbourne's biannual First Nations literature festival, Blak & Bright, is scheduled to make its return this year, from March 13 to 17. The event focuses on empowering and celebrat...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 15, 2024
Family seeks justice 20 years after TJ Hickey's death

Twenty years after her only son's death, Gail Hickey says it is heartbreaking that his family and community are still seeking resolution. Indigenous teenager Thomas "TJ" Hickey...

Maeve Bannister Feb 15, 2024
VACCHO submission to Yoorrook highlights vast disparity in Indigenous healthcare

The Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation has made their submission to the Yoorrook Justice Commission’s inquiry addressing systemic injustices faced by com...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 15, 2024
New grants open for Indigenous infrastructure in Victoria

The Victorian Government has announced a new round of funding for infrastructure in Aboriginal Communities, with $11 million invested through the seventh round of the Aboriginal Co...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 14, 2024
Stolen Generations Marker to be erected in Naarm

Naarm will have a Stolen Generations Marker after the City of Melbourne announced its location on the 16th anniversary of the apology to the Stolen Generation.  The marker will be...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 13, 2024
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