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Dodson slams lack of funding for AIATSIS

Dodson slams lack of funding for AIATSIS

The cultural heritage of Australia's First Peoples is being lost and it is being lost for no good reason other than the "Prime Min...

G20 protest call to Resists, Revive, Decolonise

G20 protest call to Resists, Revive, Decolonise

Calls to Resist, Revive, Decolonise echoed through the streets of Brisbane last week throughout the meeting of colonial government...

Redneck agenda to close down communities

Redneck agenda to close down communities

The Western Australian Government's move to close down up to 150 of 274 remote communities has been labelled redneck racism. It i...

Goodes says Austalia founded on 'lies'

Goodes says Austalia founded on 'lies'

Australian of the Year Adam Goodes has attracted criticism for saying Australian history is built on lies. During a recent interv...

Fury over Aurukun bauxite mine bid

Fury over Aurukun bauxite mine bid

The Queensland Government has been denounced for squandering a historic opportunity to give Aborigines a stake in developing a ric...

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Mundine willing to work toward Mayweather

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While his sponsor Mick Gatto is talking of filling the MCG for a showdown with boxing superstar Floyd "Money" Mayweather, Anthony Mundine says he doesn't deserve the fight just yet. Mundine became the mandatory challenger for Mayweather's WBC light middleweight title with his defeat of previously unbeaten Belarusian Sergey Rabchenko in a split decision at Hisense Arena in Melbourne last week. The 39 year old said he wanted to fight the American pound-for-pound king but, as the best in the sport, Mayweather could pick and choose his bouts. "Personally I don't think it's realistic he will fulfil his... Read more

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