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Kunoth-Monks invites Hollywood star and Adam Goodes to visit

Kunoth-Monks invites Hollywood star and Adam Goodes to visit

While no First Nations person was honoured with a top gong in the Australian of the Year awards for 2015, the Northern Territorian...

Family suffers further indignity after tragic suicide

Family suffers further indignity after tragic suicide

"They took my boy's body away. I wanted to go with my son. They left us behind. They didn't care to listen. "They just looked at ...

Yidinji challenges white man’s law

Yidinji challenges white man’s law

A clash of laws and cultures is playing out in the Australian capital after the arrest of the Yidinji tribe's Foreign Minister and...

Elders demand respect after Midgegooroo’s remains found

Elders demand respect after Midgegooroo’s remains found

Bibbulman Noongar resistance fighter and leader of his People, Midgegooroo was executed by colonists four years into the invasive ...

Congress ratchets up rights movement

Congress ratchets up rights movement

The National Congress of Australia's First Peoples has ratcheted up the rights movement with a plan to formally acknowledge Aborig...

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All Stars side rated the best so far

All Stars side rated the best so far

This is probably the best Indigenous All Stars side named and just as well because they will have to be at their very best to beat an NRL All Stars side dripping with international talent and experience. The Indigenous All Stars, led by coach, Laurie Daley looks to have the edge over the NRL All Stars team in the back line but as is always the case it will all depend upon the Indigenous forwards matching it against an awesome NRL pack if their brilliant backs are to be allowed the room to use their talents. Young... Read more

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