Sunday, September 27, 2020

Tag: feature

After a big knock in footy, you sit there stunned. That’s...

Powerful, sobering, attention demanding, shattering. These words can all be used to describe Ian Darling’s new documentary The Final Quarter. The documentary chronicles the final three...

A 13-year-old misfit rights the wrongs in his home town

A new SBS series from director Dylan River is hitting the small screen come July 5. An Australianised retelling of the classic Robin Hood tale, Robbie...

A welcome to country with no beginning, middle or end

The Barangaroo Delivery Authority in Sydney has unveiled a new video installation that reimagines a welcome to country. Wellama, a Gadigal word meaning ‘to come...

Coles to increase Indigenous employment to 5500 people

SPONSORED: Coles grows to largest corporate Indigenous employer in just eight years, defying national trend Coles has committed to further increase its Indigenous workforce to...

Grandmothers challenge PM to quit sugar-coating and to shut down a...

At least 100 people protested in Sydney’s Hyde Park last Friday with Indigenous group Grandmothers Against Removals (GMAR). Just days before Reconciliation Week, the protest...

Will the PM become the captain to unite the country?

The former Essendon leader addressed a big crowd after his annual Long Walk to Dreamtime at the MCG on Saturday. The Prime Minister Scott Morrison...

NIT SPECIAL: So what does it take to make a world-class...

They say sport imitates life. If that’s true, then taking up goalkeeping is going to give you some pretty useful life skills. Especially if you...

Circumspect Barty through to round two

Ash Barty is comfortably through to round two at the French Open after a 6-3, 6-3 victory over American Jessica Pegula. Barty had a hiccup...

‘Securing native title gives people authority’ – the Kimberley set to...

For the first time, Western Australia’s Kimberley region will see multiple native title claims determined on country within three days. By the end of the...

The Indigenous Skills Centre sitting empty in the hands of a...

EXCLUSIVE: An Indigenous skills centre built with government funding for Indigenous Vocational Education and Training (VET) hasn’t been used by Indigenous students for at...

TOs celebrate cattle kingdom in the north

Walalakoo Aboriginal Corporation, representing the Nyikina Mangala people of the Kimberley, has formally celebrated the acquisition of the pastoral lease for Myroodah Cattle Station...

Winter Camp: wander the waterfront with a luminous spirit

Neon lights will brighten Sydney’s skyline as part of Vivid Sydney, the largest celebration of light in the southern hemisphere. Returning to the festival...