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Cape York Welfare Program will not be a “sacred cow”, says Mundine

Cape York Welfare Program will not be a “sacred cow”, says Mundine

Chairman of the Prime Minister's Indigenous Advisory Council, Warren Mundine has declared "there are no sacred cows" and the Cape ...

Warlpiri People tell their story

Warlpiri People tell their story

Stories of struggle and change but most importantly the survival of Warlpiri life from the 1930s to today are on display in a new ...

Women plan protest march from Melbourne to Canberra

Women plan protest march from Melbourne to Canberra

A group of Aboriginal women from Victoria are planning to march from Melbourne to Canberra to renounce their Australian citizenshi...

Clark hints at a future in politics

Clark hints at a future in politics

As if the looming Victoria elections aren't interesting enough, now controversial Framlingham figurehead Geoff Clark is considerin...

Another Tent Embassy emerges at Campbelltown

Another Tent Embassy emerges at Campbelltown

A new Aboriginal Tent Embassy has been established in western Sydney to protect a sacred women's site. The sacred site, in Airds,...

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Inglis, Franklin, Beale show they are superstars

Inglis, Franklin, Beale show they are superstars

Three superstars in Australia's three premier winter sports – Greg Inglis, Lance "Buddy" Franklin and Kurtley Beale – delivered as they usually do in their respective codes last weekend highlighting once again the unbelievable talent they represent among our First Nations sporting stars. Each handed in match winning and in Kurtley Beale's case match saving performances over the weekend. Kurtley, elevated to the critical five-eighth position with the Australian Wallabies Rugby Union side, was under enormous pressure to deliver with the world champion New Zealand All Blacks salivating at the opportunity of recording a record 12 straight... Read more

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