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Australia’s Native Title regime is not true Land Rights, says expert

Australia’s Native Title regime is not true Land Rights, says expert

A renowned Canadian First Nations lawyer has labelled Australia's Native Title laws and system backwards, flawed and not in any wa...

Little is done about child sexual abuse if you’re a First Nations person

Little is done about child sexual abuse if you’re a First Nations person

Lynette Blayney is emotive and articulate about her surprisingly brief stint in child welfare in the Northern Territory as she des...

Aboriginal Hostels Ltd well positioned for the future

Aboriginal Hostels Ltd well positioned for the future

Now in its 41st year providing accommodation services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, Aboriginal Hostels Lim...

Visionary, Gavin Jones farewelled

Visionary, Gavin Jones farewelled

Just some of the lives Gavin Jones touched were among more than 750 people who farewelled the man commonly described as a visionar...

Brooke Peris photo-bombed by Queen a cracker, says Aunty Nova Peris

Brooke Peris photo-bombed by Queen a cracker, says Aunty Nova Peris

Brooke Peris has gone viral after her selfie with team mate Jayde Taylor was photo-bombed by none other than the Queen of England ...

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Mundine-Geale re-match on the cards

Mundine-Geale re-match on the cards

Beaten but unbowed Australia's boxing champion Daniel Geale is expected to consider a final re-match with his arch rival, Anthony Mundine to resurrect his campaign for another tilt at a boxing world title. Geale suffered a third round loss from a technical knockout decision against the Kazakhstan champion, Gennady Golovkin at Madison Square Garden in the United States last Sunday and now needs to re-establish his campaign to win another world title. Mundine, who is also anxious to find a serious contender to get his boxing career back on track, is also understood to be prepared to... Read more

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