Meet the 16-year-old kicking his way to Italy

August 8, 2018

While many members of Dante Rodrigues’ famous family have made their mark on the football field, the year 11 student from Darwin is kicking his own goals in the kickboxing ring. Rodrigues, 16 who is […]

Hip hop duo climb to new heights

July 25, 2018

When Alice Springs Indigenous hip hop duo Karnage N Darknis and Melbourne rock band Chocolate Starfish got together in the Red Centre to record a new version of the latter’s 90s hit Mountain, they turned […]

Leaders call for united action on Mungos

July 25, 2018

Forty-two thousand years after their deaths, the remains of Australia’s oldest known people – Mungo Man and Mungo Lady—are sitting in safes as debate rages on what to do with them and who has the […]

TV dishes up health messages

July 25, 2018

A new Aboriginal Health TV network is to deliver health and well-being messages across Australia. Federal Indigenous Health Minister Ken Wyatt said $3.4million would be spent over the next three years to develop the network […]

Court heads bush to help remote families

July 25, 2018

Aboriginal families in the East Pilbara will have free family law legal advice and will be able to get a Family Court hearing without having to make an appointment later this month. In an Australian-first, […]

Forrest honored as NAIDOC elder

July 11, 2018

Western Australia’s longest serving Indigenous academic, Professor Simon Forrest, has been honored by being named Perth’s male elder of the year. Professor Forrest, of Curtin University, was recognised for his dedication and commitment to making […]

Borroloola girls have goals of their own

July 11, 2018

Matildas’ head coach Alen Stajcic was in the tiny town of Borroloola in the Northern Territory this week checking out the Indigenous talent in remote regions. Mr Stajcic, who heads Australia’s national women’s soccer team, […]

Cairn’s smokin’ hot show

July 11, 2018

This year’s Cairns Indigenous Art Fair is smokin’ — literally. A full-length dance show exploring fire in ceremony between Australia’s Yidinji Nation and the Northern Pomo dancers from northern California is just one of the […]

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