The American anthro who stole our bones in broad daylight

October 2, 2018

In 1948, Frank Setzler, the head curator of anthropology at the world’s largest museum and research complex, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, visited Arnhem Land as a member of a US-Australian scientific expedition. While excavating […]

Children’s University nurtures love of learning

September 19, 2018

They are the Northern Territory’s littlest university graduates. A group of youngsters recently became the first from the Territory to graduate from the Children’s University Charles Darwin as part of an international program aimed at […]

Aboriginal women: proud, strong and beautiful

July 25, 2018

Aboriginal women have a message for South African comedian Trevor Noah — we’ve got inner and outer beauty in spades. Noah, best known for hosting the satirical American news program The Daily Show on US […]

Report reveals toddlers hit hard by anaemia

July 11, 2018

A new study has found that half of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander infants who took part were anaemic. The study by researchers from the Fred Hollows Foundation, Queensland Health, Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services and […]

Eye expert breaks down unseen barriers

June 26, 2018

Kristopher Rallah-Baker has become Australia’s first Indigenous ophthalmologist after the formally completing his training. The Queensland doctor has been based with Lions Outback Vision — the outreach arm of the Lions Eye Institute in Western […]

Jody dishes up culture through cuisine

June 13, 2018

Cooking and bush foods guru Jody Orcher will be one of the star attractions at a new mini-festival at the Sydney Opera House. The Ularai/Barkandji woman from Brewarrina in north-west New South Wales is renowned […]

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