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Cape York report reveals $6m was paid to Institute

Cape York report reveals $6m was paid to Institute

The Noel Pearson led Cape York Institute was paid more than $6 million in fees for project management of the Cape York Welfare Pro...

Treaty back on agenda with release of video message

Treaty back on agenda with release of video message

Treaty is back on the nation's political agenda with the release of a new video that marks a "growing resurgence of calls from all...

Red tape swamping action on mental health, suicide

Red tape swamping action on mental health, suicide

Any action taken by government on Indigenous mental health and suicide has to be firstly approved by four ministers and the Prime ...

Murrawarri peoples leader questions merit of Recognise campaign

Murrawarri peoples leader questions merit of Recognise campaign

It feels kind of creepy-weird to say it but Andrew Bolt is right about something to do with Aboriginal Australia, according to the...

AIME in the running for Indigenous Governance Award

AIME in the running for Indigenous Governance Award

Since its inception in 2005, the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience has helped hundreds of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Is...

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AFL top eight fight down to the wire

AFL top eight fight down to the wire

Port Adelaide's AFL top four hopes are still alive and Richmond have surged back into the eight, setting up a tantalising final round of action this weekend and it will be the Indigenous stars who will probably have a major say on who makes the eight and who doesn't. Players like Chad Wingard, Paddy Ryder, Michael Walters, Stephen Hill, Lance Franklin, Adam Goodes, Lewis Jetta, Steve Motlop, Matthew Stokes, Lindsay Thomas, Daniel Wells and Josh Hill hold the hopes of their respective clubs in their hands. This makes this weekend's round of matches so interesting and the... Read more

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