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340 deaths in custodies later, rallies around nation call for change

340 deaths in custodies later, rallies around nation call for change

Ten rallies across the nation drew hundreds of protesters to call for excruciatingly long overdue changes to the treatment of Firs...

Mervyn Bishop reveals real story behind iconic photo of Gough Whitlam and Vincent Lingiari

Mervyn Bishop reveals real story behind iconic photo of Gough Whitlam and Vincent Lingiari…

Mervyn Bishop reveals real story behind iconic photo of Gough Whitlam and Vincent Lingiari The iconic photo of Gough Whitlam pour...

Kinchela Boys Home residents reunite after years of abuse

Kinchela Boys Home residents reunite after years of abuse

Former residents of a notorious Aboriginal boys home on the New South Wales mid north coast have cut the lock to the facility mark...

Home ownership on Indigenous land now a reality in Yarrabah

Home ownership on Indigenous land now a reality in Yarrabah

Home ownership through the sale of social housing on communally-held Indigenous land in Queensland is now a reality with the settl...

Native title granted for Fraser Island

Native title granted for Fraser Island

The Butchulla tribe has been granted Native Title rights over the popular camping and 4 wheel drive paradise of Fraser Island off ...

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Lyneham win at Buroinjin for Djijah Whyman Memorial Cup

Lyneham win at Buroinjin for Djijah Whyman Memorial Cup

Lyneham High School has beaten the ACT Brumbies, Canberra's UC Capitals and a host of community and schools teams in the inaugural Djijah Whyman Memorial Cup. The Buroinjin tournament, which is an Indigenous form of handball, was held to raise awareness and funds for suicide awareness among youth in the Canberra community. Named in honour of Djijah Whyman, a young man who took his own life two years ago, the day, despite its sad genesis, was declared a great success. With high school children playing the likes of the Brumbies, which included some former Wallabies such as Andrew... Read more

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