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Leaders say government policy all about a land grab

Leaders say government policy all about a land grab

First Nations leaders from across the nation are convinced the Federal Government is actively introducing policies in partnership ...

Is this the end of Pearson’s $220m Cape York “welfare trap”

Is this the end of Pearson’s $220m Cape York “welfare trap”

The Queensland Government appears to have conceded the Noel Pearson inspired Cape York Welfare Trial is over after more than $220 ...

Leaders snubbed for meeting with Forrest

Leaders snubbed for meeting with Forrest

So much for consulting with First Nations People over Andrew Forrest's controversial "Creating Parity" report, says the First Nati...

Dominello signs agreement to allow NSW communities make decisions

Dominello signs agreement to allow NSW communities make decisions

The New South Wales Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Victor Dominello and the Illawarra-Wingecarribee Local Decision Making Adviso...

Angelika Dark a cancer survivor

Angelika Dark a cancer survivor

Young Yamatji cancer survivor, Angelika Dark is now working towards her goals of becoming a digital artist and in creating a game ...

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Albert Kelly, Maurice Blair to play in England

Albert Kelly, Maurice Blair to play in England

Two of the NRL's brightest Indigenous Rugby league stars have been lost to the competition after the Gold Coast Titans announced they had released Albert Kelly and Maurice Blair to play in the English Super League for Hull Kingston Rovers. According to a statement released by the club, the pair received the release to take up an opportunity to play together in the halves at the English club. The players had one more reason remaining on their contracts but have now signed two year contracts with Hull, replacing Australian halves Travis Burns and Kris Keating. Kelly said he... Read more

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