Monday, September 16, 2019

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Woolworths reaffirms commitment to reconciliation

SPONSORED: The Woolworths Group has reaffirmed its commitment to Australia’s reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with the launch of its 2019-2021...

Bad luck comes, when you bulldoze boabs

Nyikina Traditional Owners have taken their complaint to the top and written to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples...

Breakfast brings reconciliation flaws to the fore

NIT EDITORIAL: Congratulations to Reconciliation WA for hosting a great event last Friday in Perth. It is certainly a step in the right direction...

Barunga’s back!

A vibrant celebration of culture, sport, music and life will return to the Northern Territory this weekend. Barunga Festival, one of Australia’s most important...

Minister Wyatt’s lofty appointment a defining moment in Australian politics

Ken Wyatt has been appointed Minister for Indigenous Affairs in Scott Morrison’s new cabinet – becoming the first Indigenous person to ever hold the...

U.S. blocking reference to climate change in Arctic conference statement amounts...

This story was first published by APTN News in Canada and has been republished here with permission. The head of the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC)...

Seriously smooth earworms by Birdz

Breaking down barriers with uncensored, authentic honesty, Birdz has just dropped his new EP Place of Dreams via Bad Apples Music. Released less than a week...

Mowanjum Festival—a vital showcase of living culture

Mowanjum Aboriginal Arts and Culture Festival will return in 2019, extending an invitation to those near and far, to come together and experience the...

Rise of AFLW triggers women’s league in the Kimberley

The number of female athletes taking part in Aussie Rules football is booming, as 49% of Indigenous Australians are now playing organised sport. The latest...

CEO’s resume under scrutiny at Pilbara-based Aboriginal Corporation

Major questions have been raised around the authenticity of the resume of Buurabalayji Thalanyji Aboriginal Corporation’s (BTAC) CEO Matthew Slack. It has been alleged that...

Scholarship a weight off the shoulders for aspiring doctor from Cairns

The first in her family to attend university, 25-year-old Demi Cheetham is the 2019 recipient of the House Call Doctor Futures in Health Indigenous...