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Territory communities get a new voice

Territory communities get a new voice

Aboriginal people living in the far flung communities of the western top end of the Northern Territory don't always get heard by g...

Wajarri Yamatji men's knowledge help save Cultural treasures

Wajarri Yamatji men's knowledge help save Cultural treasures

Cutting edge super-computer visualisations of Aboriginal sites in Western Australia's remote Weld Range are helping archaeologists...

Tanya Hosch at the top in Recognise leadership reshuffle

Tanya Hosch at the top in Recognise leadership reshuffle

The Recognise movement has formally reflected its shared leadership with the promotion of Tanya Hosch to Joint Campaign Director. ...

Abuse statistics need to be qualified

Abuse statistics need to be qualified

According to a report by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) there were 42 substantiated cases of abuse, includi...

Wes Morris urges funding for cultural methodologies

Wes Morris urges funding for cultural methodologies

The Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Senator Nigel Scullion has asked a committee of experts, headed by Dr Tom Calma and P...

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Boxer Geale set to achieve childhood dream

Boxer Geale set to achieve childhood dream

Daniel Geale is set to make a childhood dream come true later this month when he fights Gennady Golovkin at New York's Madison Square Garden. Geale will be just the third Australian to fight in the main theatre at boxing's most hallowed venue on July 27 (AEST) when he tackles WBA Middleweight Super champion Golovkin. "As a kid, I definitely dreamt of fighting at a place like Madison Square Garden, a place that is steeped in so much history and so many great fighters have fought there before," Geale said. "I think probably as a year five kid,... Read more

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