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Young activists register a victory with Aboriginal passports

Young activists register a victory with Aboriginal passports

A group of young Aboriginal activists have re-entered Australia using only their Aboriginal passports giving them they claim an "i...

Watering down of the Heritage Act a racist connivance

Watering down of the Heritage Act a racist connivance

Hundreds of people gathered at the steps of Western Australia's Parliament in Perth last week to protest the looming changes to th...

Lex Wotton addresses Macqurie Uni forum

Lex Wotton addresses Macqurie Uni forum

For a long time Lex Wotton could not speak because the white laws of this country said he couldn't. But while he could not speak ...

Bess Price, Adam Giles use politics of water on remote communities

Bess Price, Adam Giles use politics of water on remote communities

The Northern Territory is awash with wealth and has the highest median wages in the world despite nearly one quarter of its popula...

Archbishop Tutu joins call for Truth and Justice Commission

Archbishop Tutu joins call for Truth and Justice Commission

Archbishop Desmond Tutu, one of the famous anti-Apartheid crusaders alongside Nelsone Mandela, has delivered a withering condemnat...

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Will AFL grand final be Goodes' last game?

Will AFL grand final be Goodes' last game?

Adam Goodes continues to maintain he still has plenty to offer but he will continue to keep the AFL world guessing about his future until after Saturday's grand final against Hawthorn The 34 year old dual Brownlow Medallist will be the first Swan to reach 351 game milestone when he takes the field to try and achieve what no other Swans player has in the club's history – three premierships with the one club. Whether the super star plays next year may well be determined by the grand final outcome. A win for the Swans would be... Read more

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