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Warning of ITAS threat despite Scullion’s comments

Warning of ITAS threat despite Scullion’s comments

A leading supporter of the Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS) has warned claims by the Federal Minister for Indigenous A...

Indigenous recognition poll likely in 2017

Indigenous recognition poll likely in 2017

A timeframe for constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians could be revealed within weeks, the Prime Minister, Tony Abb...

Father tells of children taken at point of police guns

Father tells of children taken at point of police guns

The removal of children at gunpoint by heavily armed Tactical Response Group police was just one of many example of families who w...

Stop the Constitutional merry-go-round says Congress

Stop the Constitutional merry-go-round says Congress

The National Congress of Australia's First Peoples has called on the Federal Government to establish a clear process towards meani...

Deaths-in-custody protests at G20

Deaths-in-custody protests at G20

Aboriginal groups will confront world leaders at the G20 about the ongoing issue of indigenous deaths in custody. The highly resp...

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Soward: I don't care I'm NRL's most hated

Soward: I don't care I'm NRL's most hated

Jamie Soward stopped caring about being hated the day he signed on the dotted line with Penrith. One of the most polarising figures in the NRL came to the realisation his career long struggle for recognition and respect was a losing battle. So when nearly 25,000 fans at Allianz Stadium were chanting the all too familiar "wanker" chorus as he lined up the definitive sideline conversion against the Sydney Roosters with three minutes left in the qualifying final, Soward couldn't have felt more at home. The journeyman doesn't expect his clutch kick and subsequent match winning field goal... Read more

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