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Murrumu drops white man’s trappings to fight for sovereignty for Yidinji People

Murrumu drops white man’s trappings to fight for sovereignty for Yidinji People

Sovereignty, true sovereignty is being taken back by a group of Yidinji people in far-north Queensland. For Yidinji man, Murrumu ...

Mining the reason Oombulgarri is being demolished

Mining the reason Oombulgarri is being demolished

Lucrative diamond mining in the areas surrounding the Oombulgurri community was probably the reason behind the West Australian Sta...

Forrest’s Creating Parity not for us, says MacAskill

Forrest’s Creating Parity not for us, says MacAskill

Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest's "Creating Parity" report and recommendations "is a one-size-fits-all" attempt to create a single social ...

Canberra cuts funds for Aboriginal communities

Canberra cuts funds for Aboriginal communities

The Federal Government's decision to withdraw funding about 180 remote Aboriginal communities in Western Australia has been condem...

Dr Gondarra pushes Abbott for Treaties in his letter of thanks

Dr Gondarra pushes Abbott for Treaties in his letter of thanks

Dr Djiniyini Gondarra, senior Yolngu Elder, ceremonial lawman and clan leader of the Dhurrili Nation of north east Arnhem Land, ha...

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I've got 3 years left in NRL, says Thurston

I've got 3 years left in NRL, says Thurston

Johnathan Thurston has revealed his current NRL deal will likely be his last but the North Queensland star remains adamant he can add a premiership with the Cowboys to his resume before he retires in three years time. Thurston joined Immortal Andrew Johns on Monday night as only the second player in history to collect three Dally M Player of the Year awards, sharing the 2014 honour with Parramatta's Jarryd Hayne. It is the first time ever dual winners have been named Dally M winners. The brilliant pivot was also named the Five Eighth of the Year,... Read more

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