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Patty Mills honoured with Keys to the City in Canberra

Patty Mills honoured with Keys to the City in Canberra

Thousands of people turned out to welcome and congratulate Patty Mills at a special ceremony in Canberra last Friday and witnessed...

Nova Peris spends a day as "boss" of the Senate

Nova Peris spends a day as "boss" of the Senate

Nova Peris, the first Indigenous woman elected to the Federal Parliament, has set a new first by becoming the first Indigenous wom...

Leaders confirm funding cuts hitting frontline services

Leaders confirm funding cuts hitting frontline services

First Nations leaders have confirmed what we all feared – the Federal Government's $500 million Budget cut to funding for programs...

Community honours Frank "Big Shot" Fisher

Community honours Frank "Big Shot" Fisher

One of the nation's "great heroes of his time" has been honoured by his family, Cherbourg and the wider community at the start of ...

Hetti Perkins wants suburbs and landmarks to revert to Eora names

Hetti Perkins wants suburbs and landmarks to revert to Eora names

The Eora names of our suburbs would be restored under an idea publicly floated by the City of Sydney's chief Indigenous cultural p...

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Mills relieved after new NBA deal

Mills relieved after new NBA deal

Patty Mills knew there were many better ways of going into NBA free agency than with his right arm in a sling. So the new bumper three year deal with the San Antonio Spurs was a big relief for the Australian basketball star. Mills returned to Australia last week, a month after he and compatriot Aron Baynes helped the Spurs win the NBA title. It has been a massive time for the 25 year old since the Spurs beat LeBron James' Miami Heat for the title. Mills needed surgery to repair the torn rotator cuff in the right shoulder... Read more

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