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Women show their leadership skills with some Straight Talking in Victoria

Women show their leadership skills with some Straight Talking in Victoria

A program that connects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women with the political system and builds the capacity of women as ...

“We resigned because the voters told us they agree with our stand”

“We resigned because the voters told us they agree with our stand”

Alison Anderson, Larisa Lee, Francis Xavier Kurrupuwu bring the Giles Northern Territory Government to its knees Overwhelming sup...

Homeless remain living proof Barnett’s Swan Valley action was based on a lie

Homeless remain living proof Barnett’s Swan Valley action was based on a lie

Western Australia's Premier Colin Barnett ordered the deplorable Kafkaesque act to demolish the Swan Valley Nyungah Community's ho...

Change the Race Act and we will suffer even more

Change the Race Act and we will suffer even more

The Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia (AHCSA) and its membership has voiced its concern over proposed changes to the Ra...

“Our Voice, Our Impact” An inspiring young woman’s call to arms

“Our Voice, Our Impact” An inspiring young woman’s call to arms

Our youth, our future take a stand for Recognition An inspiring young Yolngu woman Budat Mununggurr has urged all young Australia...

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Buffaloes are the champions

Buffaloes are the champions

It's the Tiwi Islands: where AFL is a way of life A woman in her seventies, bent with age, is swathed head to toe in blue and she's hollering so loud I temporarily lose hearing in my left hear. "Bring it home, boys, BRRRRRING IT HOOOOOOOME!" She's barracking for the Tuyu Buffaloes and her screams are rewarded minutes later when her team wins the 2014 Tiwi Grand Final. Welcome to the Tiwi Islands, two small islands about 80km north of Darwin, where AFL isn't just a passion but a way of life. The Tiwis have the highest participation rate... Read more

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