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Kakadu uranium protest documentary Dirt Cheap unearthed by Northern Territory Library - ABC News

3 hours 3 min ago
Kakadu uranium protest documentary Dirt Cheap unearthed by Northern Territory Library  ABC News

A rare copy of the nearly 40-year-old documentary Dirt Cheap, which details the early resistance against uranium mining in Kakadu National Park, ...

Indigenous Peoples Update Finds "Persistent Invisibility" in Official Statistics | News - IISD Reporting Services

5 hours 42 min ago
Indigenous Peoples Update Finds "Persistent Invisibility" in Official Statistics | News  IISD Reporting Services

13 September 2019: The UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) has released the fourth edition of the 'State of the World's Indigenous Peoples' ...

"Dogwood Winter," Meet "Curb Appeal" - Scientific American

12 hours 45 min ago
"Dogwood Winter," Meet "Curb Appeal"  Scientific American

A professor of mine—a photographer with a zoology degree—introduced me to the term “dogwood winter,” a brief cold snap that interrupts the warming spring ...

Iran confirms detention of three Australian citizens, accuses one of spying - ABC News

13 hours 47 min ago
Iran confirms detention of three Australian citizens, accuses one of spying  ABC News

Iranian authorities have now confirmed the nation is detaining three Australians, with one of them accused of spying for a third country.

Bruce Pascoe's Dark Emu is pollies' pick - Sydney Morning Herald

14 hours 15 min ago
Bruce Pascoe's Dark Emu is pollies' pick  Sydney Morning Herald

Bruce Pascoe's ground-breaking account of the birth of agriculture in Australia, which challenged the idea Aboriginal people were merely hunter-gatherers was ...

Bruce Pascoe's Dark Emu is pollies' pick - The Age

14 hours 15 min ago
Bruce Pascoe's Dark Emu is pollies' pick  The Age

Bruce Pascoe's ground-breaking account of the birth of agriculture in Australia, which challenged the idea Aboriginal people were merely hunter-gatherers was ...

'Blackface' performance at Exxon Mobil Independence Day event in Papua New Guinea causes controversy - ABC News

15 hours 53 min ago
'Blackface' performance at Exxon Mobil Independence Day event in Papua New Guinea causes controversy  ABC News

A performance at the Port Moresby headquarters of oil giant Exxon Mobil sparks controversy in Papua New Guinea, with some locals saying the show ...

ABC Drama to Unravel Australia's Atomic Past - ArtsHub

17 hours 17 min ago
ABC Drama to Unravel Australia's Atomic Past  ArtsHub

Production is underway on a six-part series about this very tricky time in our history, written and directed by Rakes Peter Duncan.

Would you like some virtue with that? - The Australian Financial Review

18 hours 12 min ago
Would you like some virtue with that?  The Australian Financial Review

One thing is clear: the public supports the right of business leaders to free speech. A resounding 78 per cent of Australians surveyed for the Committee for ...

The five-domains update - The Strategist

19 hours 34 min ago
The five-domains update  The Strategist

Sea state. The UK Ministry of Defence has named Babcock International as the preferred bidder of a £1.25 billion (A$2.27 billion) contract to build five Type 31 ...

Mortal Kombat Movie Has Started Production In Australia - LADbible

20 hours 2 min ago
Mortal Kombat Movie Has Started Production In Australia  LADbible

The movie fans have been waiting for is edging a tiny bit closer to reality.

Kimberley Girl models leadership - The West Australian

21 hours 24 min ago
Kimberley Girl models leadership  The West Australian

The renowned self-development program returns next month.

Calls for reform as Australians on disability support struggle to make ends meet - SBS News

21 hours 27 min ago
Calls for reform as Australians on disability support struggle to make ends meet  SBS News

New research reveals people on the disability support pension are spending $100 a week more on basic living costs than Australians without a disability.

CLAYTON: Beauty and fun in width - Golf Australia

22 hours 33 sec ago
CLAYTON: Beauty and fun in width  Golf Australia

In the past week I've seen a couple of magnificent courses deemed by the critics of recent renovations to be both “too easy” and “too wide” and something ...

Sharing archaeological insights with Barrow Island's workforce | University News - University News: The University of Western Australia

22 hours 27 min ago
Sharing archaeological insights with Barrow Island's workforce | University News  University News: The University of Western Australia

Fly-in, fly-out workers on Barrow Island are taking advantage of a unique opportunity to learn about the remarkable history of their workplace thanks to a ...

Djarindjin airport bid looks doomed - The West Australian

22 hours 39 min ago
Djarindjin airport bid looks doomed  The West Australian

Premier Mark McGowan has written to an Aboriginal Corporation in the Kimberley to state the government would not support its airport plan.

Indigenous communities ready to vote as polling opens in the First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria election - Bendigo Advertiser

Mon, 2019/09/16 - 9:00pm
Indigenous communities ready to vote as polling opens in the First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria election  Bendigo Advertiser

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to have their voices heard as voting opens for the First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria election.

'An insult' – politicians sing the praises of the cashless welfare card, but those forced to use it disagree - The Conversation AU

Mon, 2019/09/16 - 8:40pm
'An insult' – politicians sing the praises of the cashless welfare card, but those forced to use it disagree  The Conversation AU

The lived experience of the lead-grey cashless debit card is a world away from the black-and-white impressions of federal politicians.

Equator Prize at UN Climate Summit highlights indigenous and local solutions - UNDP

Mon, 2019/09/16 - 4:03pm
Equator Prize at UN Climate Summit highlights indigenous and local solutions  UNDP

This year's Equator Prize Award Ceremony will honor 22 outstanding indigenous and local groups from 16 countries, each showcasing innovative, nature-based ...

Government wants monopoly on opinion as it smacks down business - The Canberra Times

Mon, 2019/09/16 - 3:30pm
Government wants monopoly on opinion as it smacks down business  The Canberra Times

Government wants to be a monopoly provider of opinion as it smacks down big businesses for having a view on "social" issues.

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