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Injured Broome dolphin euthanased despite community rescue effort - ABC News

Injured Broome dolphin euthanased despite community rescue effort  ABC News

Community members and conservation staff attempts to rescue a dolphin on Cable Beach are ultimately thwarted by the severity of the animal's injuries.

Once a penal colony, Australia won’t whitewash its gritty past - The Asian Age

Once a penal colony, Australia won’t whitewash its gritty past  The Asian Age

By the second half of the 19th century, Australia saw itself as an outpost of the British Empire.

Police who allegedly used force against a self-harming teen were not wearing body cameras - ABC News

Police who allegedly used force against a self-harming teen were not wearing body cameras  ABC News

Residents in far west New South Wales are calling for a more consistent use of police body cameras following reports from witnesses about the way officers ...

Remote Aboriginal communities to receive water upgrades - Utility Magazine

Remote Aboriginal communities to receive water upgrades  Utility Magazine

Upgraded water services are being welcomed in three remote Aboriginal communities in the Kimberley region thanks to a new initiative between the Department ...

Time is up for twisted trolls as football heroes band together to stamp out racism - The West Australian

Time is up for twisted trolls as football heroes band together to stamp out racism  The West Australian

If you're a social media troll gutlessly abusing players based on race or gender, you've lost your war. You might win a few battles along the way by hurting the ...

The inside story on crime within prison - The Conversation AU

The inside story on crime within prison  The Conversation AU

I've spent many years working within the prison system, in minimum and maximum security facilities, with adults and juveniles, men and women. I often hear ...

When we celebrate Captain Cook's voyage, let's mark the epic journey of a Wati Wati man also - The Conversation AU

When we celebrate Captain Cook's voyage, let's mark the epic journey of a Wati Wati man also  The Conversation AU

Captain Cook's 1770 voyage is well known. But at this time, Indigenous Australians also travelled great distances - let's recognise this in the 2020 ...

PHOTOS: Step back into past - Sunraysia Daily

PHOTOS: Step back into past  Sunraysia Daily

IRYMPLE South Primary School students discovered what life was like for indigenous people before the arrival of European settlers during a special cultural ...

Peak indigenous body to direct how to close the gap - The Australian

Peak indigenous body to direct how to close the gap  The Australian

The Morrison government is funding a coalition of peak Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations to change the way governments and indigenous ...

R U OK? videos tackle indigenous suicide - The Australian

R U OK? videos tackle indigenous suicide  The Australian

The charity R U OK has joined indigenous Australians in a national suicide prevention campaign and yesterday launched a series of short videos and how-to ...

Five things to do in Canberra this weekend, March 29-31 - The Age

Five things to do in Canberra this weekend, March 29-31  The Age

A fun run, yoga in the yard and a virtual-reality exploration of Indigenous culture.

Aussie rules club produces video to tackle racism - Washington Post

Aussie rules club produces video to tackle racism  Washington Post

An Australian rules football team has taken a stand against racist abuse of players by producing a video that features indigenous leaders at the club explaining ...

Aussie rules club produces video to tackle racism - Washington Post

Aussie rules club produces video to tackle racism  Washington Post

An Australian rules football team has taken a stand against racist abuse of players by producing a video that features indigenous leaders at the club explaining ...

Spain hits back at Mexico in row over colonial rights abuses - The Guardian

Spain hits back at Mexico in row over colonial rights abuses  The Guardian

Madrid 'completely rejects' Mexican president's demand for apology for crimes against indigenous people.

Spain hits back at Mexico in row over colonial rights abuses - The Guardian

Spain hits back at Mexico in row over colonial rights abuses  The Guardian

Madrid 'completely rejects' Mexican president's demand for apology for crimes against indigenous people.

Aussie rules club produces video to tackle racism - FOXSports.com

Aussie rules club produces video to tackle racism  FOXSports.com

PERTH, Australia (AP) — An Australian rules team has taken a stand against racist abuse of players by producing a video that features indigenous leaders at the ...

New campaign urges Indigenous Australians to talk about mental health - SBS News

New campaign urges Indigenous Australians to talk about mental health  SBS News

The 'Stronger Together' campaign encourages Indigenous Australians to ask each other about their mental health.

WA's third Aboriginal short-stay facility formally opens in Broome - Mirage News

WA's third Aboriginal short-stay facility formally opens in Broome  Mirage News

Aboriginal people visiting Broome from remote communities can now enjoy safe and secure accommodation in state-of-the-art facilities formally opened today by ...

Government pledges to extend 'racist and punitive' cashless welfare card - Pro Bono Australia

Government pledges to extend 'racist and punitive' cashless welfare card  Pro Bono Australia

More than 20000 Australians will be added onto the controversial cashless welfare card as part of a Morrison government plan that's been condemned by ...

Gas, hydro, coal could be underwritten: PM - The West Australian

Gas, hydro, coal could be underwritten: PM  The West Australian

The federal government hopes its plan to underwrite power projects - including a coal plant upgrade - will cut wholesale power prices by close to one third.

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