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Women gather to deliver some Straight Talk

Women gather to deliver some Straight Talk

If you want to make a difference in your community you have to be an active activist and you have to be heard, a group of First Na...

Yolngu question Scullion’s 99 year lease claim

Yolngu question Scullion’s 99 year lease claim

The Yolngu Nations Assembly has dismissed claims by the Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Senator Nigel Scullion an agreeme...

Northern Territory Government cuts off water to Irrkelantye

Northern Territory Government cuts off water to Irrkelantye

The impoverished community of Irrkelantye, also known as Whitegate, has had its water supply cut off by the Northern Territory Gov...

Glen Kelly stands up for the Swan Valley Nyungah Community

Glen Kelly stands up for the Swan Valley Nyungah Community

The South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council Chief Executive Officer, Glen Kelly has declared his support for the Swan Valley Ny...

Bangarra launches regional tour to celebrate 25th anniversary

Bangarra launches regional tour to celebrate 25th anniversary

Bangarra Dance Theatre has embarked upon its largest ever regional tour of Australia as part of its 25th anniversary celebrations....

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Can any of NRL’s Indigenous stars stop rampaging Easts?

Can any of NRL’s Indigenous stars stop rampaging Easts?

Who can stop the Sydney Roosters from winning their second NRL premiership on the trot? Souths, Brisbane, Penrith or the North Queensland Cowboys? These four clubs shape as the last hurdles confronting Easts - the preferred Rugby League club for the silvertails, the multi millionaires from the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. This year's NRL finals series shapes as one of the true battlers versus the wealthy not seen in Rugby League since the days of the old Western Suburbs club doing battle with the wealthy boys from Manly. These days it's Easts - a club has somehow been... Read more

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