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Leaders not moved by Abbott’s words on constitution

Leaders not moved by Abbott’s words on constitution

Prime Minister, Tony Abbott should "sweat blood" improving the lives of First Peoples instead of changing some words in the consti...

First Peoples Disability Network recognised

First Peoples Disability Network recognised

The First Peoples Disability Network Australia (FPDN) has won a national award recognising their work in advocacy of the rights of...

Plan to close communities is “ethnic cleansing” says Dennis Eggington

Plan to close communities is “ethnic cleansing” says Dennis Eggington

The push by the Western Australian Government to close down the majority of homeland remote communities has been labelled by the C...

No future for Mundine’s Advisory Council under Labor

No future for Mundine’s Advisory Council under Labor

The Federal Labor Party will work to reverse the "paternalistic and authoritarian approach" of the current government to Indigenou...

Vegie gardens keep Redfern Tent Embassy supporters fed

Vegie gardens keep Redfern Tent Embassy supporters fed

With the end of the year fast approaching it is now seven months since the Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy was established to prev...

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Voting now open for Indigenous All Stars team

Voting now open for Indigenous All Stars team

Indigenous All Stars player Justin Hodges and All Stars squad member Nate Myles were joined by NRL Head of Football Todd Greenberg on the Gold Coast to officially launch the Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars with tickets now on sale to the general public. Tickets for the match, to be played on Friday, February 13 at Gold Coast's Cbus Super Stadium, can be purchased from ticketek.com.au/allstars with tickets starting from just $35 for an adult and from under $100 for families. Also in attendance at the launch were Minister for Tourism, Major Events, Small Business and... Read more

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