EXCLUSIVE: Sean Gordon to form new party

November 16, 2017

EXCLUSIVE Aboriginal leader Sean Gordon will help form a new political party after this week quitting the Liberals in disgust. Speaking to NIT on Thursday, the CEO of Darkinjung Aboriginal Land Council says his decision […]

Modern masterpiece breaks auction record

November 15, 2017

One of Australia’s most famous contemporary paintings, ‘Earth’s Creation I’ by the late Emily Kame Kngwarreye, sold at auction last night for $2.1 million, breaking its own record for the highest price achieved at auction […]

Class actions to shed new light on history

November 15, 2017

EXCLUSIVE Landmark class actions expected to be worth tens of millions of dollars are about to be launched against the West Australian and New South Wales governments and the Commonwealth on behalf of Indigenous battlers […]

Dodson-Shaw set to fire in volcano run

November 15, 2017

Indigenous runner Adrian Dodson-Shaw is turning up the heat. The first Indigenous Australian to run the North Pole marathon two years ago, is set to tackle one of the most extreme marathons on Earth, the […]

The music dies down for WA corporations

November 15, 2017

The end of the mining boom has continued to see falls in the income of Aboriginal corporations in Western Australia’s north, while corporations in North Queensland and the Tiwi Islands are experiencing the strongest growth. […]

Meet modest Masella on her way up

November 15, 2017

Australia is about to fall under the spell of Kyliric Masella, the 13-year-old Sydney-based star of a ghostly new children’s TV series. Masella had little acting experience when she tried out for the part of […]

Adrian’s leap from vacuum to didgeridoo

November 1, 2017

As a teenager, international didgeridoo player Adrian Fabila Tjupurrula worked with what he had — and that didn’t include a didgeridoo. Instead he improvised with the plastic hose of the vacuum cleaners he and fellow […]

No heart in Turnbull’s referendum position

November 1, 2017

Aboriginal leaders have vowed to continue to fight for a Constitutionally entrenched voice to Parliament despite the Turnbull Government’s refusal to go to a referendum on the question. Suzanne Thompson, the co-chair of a working […]

Slowly, slowly, history finds its place

November 1, 2017

After 110 years in a German museum, the remains of a Lama Lama woman will be returned to her traditional lands in Queensland. The ancestor arrived in Sydney this week and is being flown to […]

Gumala’s Jahna Cedar wins top gong

November 1, 2017

The first female executive officer of the Gumala Aboriginal Corporation, Jahna Cedar, has won the Telstra Western Australian Business Women’s For Purpose and Social Enterprise Award. Ms Cedar is the first traditional owner to take […]

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