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3000 school kids kick off Corroboree Festival

3000 school kids kick off Corroboree Festival

The centre of Sydney was awash with red as nearly 3,000 school children marched down Macquarie Street carrying paper waratahs in c...

Report supports government’s approach: Scullion

Report supports government’s approach: Scullion

The Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Senator Nigel Scullion has welcomed the release of the Overcoming Indigenous Disadvan...

Protesters present petition against changes to WA Aboriginal Heritage Act

Protesters present petition against changes to WA Aboriginal Heritage Act

A petition with more than 1,600 signatures protesting against planned changes to the Aboriginal Heritage Act has been presented to...

NSWALC back into mining with changes to gas plan

NSWALC back into mining with changes to gas plan

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) has welcomed changes to the NSW Gas Plan which protect NSWALC's keen interest in petroleu...

Family, friends protest over police shooting death

Family, friends protest over police shooting death

On November 14 a father of four was remembered after being shot dead four years ago by police in a northern New South Wales town. ...

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Thurston, Inglis eyeing more Rugby League history

Thurston, Inglis eyeing more Rugby League history

Johnathan Thurston is in line to become the first man to be crowned Rugby League's World Player of the Year three times. The North Queensland superstar and South Sydney grand final hero and Australian Test team mate Greg Inglis is also in the mix after being named alongside Thurston and four other players named on the shortlist for the 2014 Golden Boot. The other nominees are New Zealand Four Nations winners Shaun Johnson and Jesse Bromwich and English powerhouses James Graham and Sam Burgess. Thurston this year joined Rugby League Immortal Andrew Johns as only the second player... Read more

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