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First Nations leaders shocked and dismayed by Abbott’s “scarcely settled” comments

First Nations leaders shocked and dismayed by Abbott’s “scarcely settled” comments

The Prime Minister has left First Nations Peoples shocked, dismayed and angry with his claim to a high powered foreign investment ...

Protesters delay demolition work at The Block

Protesters delay demolition work at The Block

The power of more than 200 grass roots Aboriginal people and their supporters has seen the scheduled final demolition on Redfern's...

Suicide crisis: solution is Cultural

Suicide crisis: solution is Cultural

Local Elders and local communities will hold the solutions to the suicide crises in First nations communities around Australia, a ...

Linda Burney joins in support for new inquiry into Eddie Murray’s death

Linda Burney joins in support for new inquiry into Eddie Murray’s death

Deputy Leader of the New South Wales Labor Party, Linda Burney and fellow parliamentarian, Shaoquett Moselmane will approach the S...

Green groups 'block indigenous progress'

Green groups 'block indigenous progress'

The Federal Government's top Indigenous affairs adviser has accused green groups of deliberately working to keep Indigenous commun...

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Patty Mills to visit Canberra, Thursday Island

Patty Mills to visit Canberra, Thursday Island

Patty Mills will celebrate signing a rich three year contract with the San Antonio Spurs believed to be worth more than $12 million with a visit to Canberra and Thursday Island from later this week. His visit back home will definitely happen but whether it is this week will depend upon how he has recovered from shoulder surgery he underwent last week. Mills said he wanted to bring the NBA trophy to his home town communities of Canberra and Thursday Island to celebrate with his family communities. The ACT Government and Australian Institute of Sport are starting to... Read more

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