Mainstream Media (Keywords: Aboriginal, Australia)

Budj Bim's world heritage listing is an Australian first – what other Indigenous cultural sites could be next? - The Conversation AU

1 hour 11 min ago
Budj Bim's world heritage listing is an Australian first – what other Indigenous cultural sites could be next?  The Conversation AU

The Budj Bim Cultural Landscape in south-west Victoria is the first Indigenous Australian landscape to be gazetted on the World Heritage List purely for its ...

Call to freeze evictions of vulnerable families - The Australian

6 hours 58 min ago
Call to freeze evictions of vulnerable families  The Australian

Public housing advocates want a six-month moratorium on tenant evictions in Western Australia, which they say exceed more than one a day and ...

Corporates have ‘no right to social voice’ - The Australian

6 hours 58 min ago
Corporates have ‘no right to social voice’  The Australian

Conservative Liberal MPs have attacked corporate leaders for calling on Scott Morrison to back a constitutionally enshrined indigenous voice to parliament.

Indigenous Australians' status is already tragically unique - The Canberra Times

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Indigenous Australians' status is already tragically unique  The Canberra Times

Roger Dace (Letters, July 16) is entitled to query accountability, benefits and the costs of implementing the Uluru Statement from the Heart. He is a little ...

Little Yarns: Podcast wakes up our 'sleeping languages' - Sydney Morning Herald

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Little Yarns: Podcast wakes up our 'sleeping languages'  Sydney Morning Herald

Awaye producer Rudi Bremer celebrates the diversity of Indigenous cultures and languages.

Letters: How to Close the Gap on indigenous disadvantage - Courier Mail

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Letters: How to Close the Gap on indigenous disadvantage  Courier Mail

DEPUTY Premier Jackie Trads opinion piece on Closing the Gap C-M, Jul 17 is a grand example of political spin without much substance.

The long path to a treaty in Qld begins. But what's the first step? - Pro Bono Australia

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The long path to a treaty in Qld begins. But what's the first step?  Pro Bono Australia

Indigenous community organisations and leaders are waiting for answers from the Queensland government on what exactly the pathway to a treaty will look like, ...

Unmarked graves are being mapped in a small Aboriginal community to bring families peace - PM - ABC Local

13 hours 58 min ago
Unmarked graves are being mapped in a small Aboriginal community to bring families peace - PM  ABC Local

Knowing where your loved one is buried one is something most people in Australia take for granted, but for those living on Aboriginal land in the Northern ...

Uluru Statement Explained: What Is This Referendum All About? - Junkee

14 hours 28 min ago
Uluru Statement Explained: What Is This Referendum All About?  Junkee

Two years after the Uluru Statement from the Heart was released, the government is talking about a referendum on Indigenous constitutional recognition.

Church leaders welcome Constitutional recognition - The Catholic Weekly

14 hours 30 min ago
Church leaders welcome Constitutional recognition  The Catholic Weekly

Australia's bishops and Catholic leaders have cautiously welcomed moves by the Minister for Indigenous Affairs to enshrine an Indigenous “voice” in the ...

The 'Ghosts' of 2 Unknown Extinct Human Species Have Been Found in Modern DNA - ScienceAlert

15 hours 44 min ago
The 'Ghosts' of 2 Unknown Extinct Human Species Have Been Found in Modern DNA  ScienceAlert

When modern humans started emerging from Africa and spreading throughout Eurasia, they found many places already occupied by older hominids such as ...

A match made of heavenly colour - National Indigenous Times

16 hours 15 min ago
A match made of heavenly colour  National Indigenous Times

WA's Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency has teamed up with Australian fashion brand Gorman to co-design a collection that will launch this August.

Harm, family ruin are top risks of suicide - The North West Star

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Harm, family ruin are top risks of suicide  The North West Star

Indigenous Australians who commit suicide are twice as likely to have been having family problems as non-indigenous people. They are also twice as likely to h.

"The power of the change realistically rests with non-Aboriginal Australians" - ABC Local

16 hours 58 min ago
"The power of the change realistically rests with non-Aboriginal Australians"  ABC Local

There is nothing to fear from constitutional recognition of Aboriginal people - so says Leanne Liddle.

Bark paintings from the golden period return, half a century later - The Age

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Bark paintings from the golden period return, half a century later  The Age

In the mid-1960s, a young American took home a collection of Arnhem Land bark paintings. Now they are back in Australia and on show at Melbourne's Trinity ...

Historic flag-raising for North Star Public School - Moree Champion

18 hours 29 min ago
Historic flag-raising for North Star Public School  Moree Champion

North Star Public School has taken a significant step towards reconciliation, with a special flag-raising ceremony held earlier this month as part of NAIDOC Week ...

National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children's Day 2019 - The Sector

18 hours 29 min ago
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children's Day 2019  The Sector

Each year on 4 August, schools, early learning services and communities around Australia are invited to celebrate National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ...

Over three decades, this company has transformed Australian design - National Indigenous Times

19 hours 10 min ago
Over three decades, this company has transformed Australian design  National Indigenous Times

Ros Moriarty, the managing director of Indigenous design and strategy studio Balarinji, has been selected as a finalist for the Women in Design Award 2019.

NAIDOC Week celebration and discussion at Central Tilba - Narooma News

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NAIDOC Week celebration and discussion at Central Tilba  Narooma News

Debate about the merits of a treaty between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people was a central feature of NAIDOC Week celebrations by the Gulaga ...

Made Deadly is back searching for new Saltwater Freshwater stars - The Macleay Argus

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Made Deadly is back searching for new Saltwater Freshwater stars  The Macleay Argus

The 'Triple J Unearthed'-style project supports Aboriginal musical talent on the Mid North Coast.

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