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Council's hands tied over Portland Sovereign Embassy
The Portland Embassy has had a small victory this week, with Glenelg Shire conceding it may not be able to legally challenge their Market Square Tent Embassy.

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Another death in custody - Casuarina Prison WA
A young Aboriginal man was found dead in his cell at Casuarina Prison. This death in custody comes on top of a spate of Aboriginal youth suicides and self-harm deaths

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Canada is Dissolved - A Legal Notice
A public Notice stating that the Queen of England and Head of State of Canada and its churches, guilty as charged of Crimes against Humanity and concealing Genocide in Canada.

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Significant numbers of First Nations rock art works are at risk
In Australia there are more than 100,000 sites, with millions of unique works, created over tens of thousands of years. Mining & exploration threatens many sites.

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How Bob Hawke killed Land Rights: Gary Foley
In one of the greatest acts of political bastardry in Australian history, Bob Hawke personally removed land rights from the national political agenda in 1984.

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Indigenous party change of guard flags poll tilt
Maurie Japarta Ryan has been replaced by Ken Lechleitner as leader of Australia's First Nations Political Party, Mr Ryan will now represent the party as a Senate candidate.

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'Flaws' emerge in Barker arrest - NSW PIC Day 5 & 7
A police officer has admitted a young Aboriginal man accused of assaulting police never threw a punch, reversing his earlier claim. - Includes Video's

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NSW Police Integrity Commission - Ballina cops backflip - NSW PIC Days 1 - 4
A police officer has admitted a young Aboriginal man accused of assaulting police never threw a punch, reversing his earlier claim.

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Marcia Langton and ABC's betrayal
ABC didn't disclose that Marcia Langton's Boyer lectures were compromised as she received thousands of dollars from mining giants.

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Remembering the 'Flying Foam Massacre' at Burrup Peninsular, WA
Sunday the 17th of February marked the 145th anniversary of the Flying Foam Massacre of Aboriginal people on the Burrup Peninsular in Northwest WA.

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Protesters urge new inquest into TJ Hickey death
Protesters called for an inquest into the death of Aboriginal teenager TJ Hickey to be reopened as they rallied in inner Sydney to mark nine years since his death.

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Making the national apology count for Indigenous children
The injustices of the past must never, never happen again? Unfortunately, the past is reflected in our current care and protection systems for children and young people.

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Recognition Bill forced on First Nations people against their will
The paternalistic contempt that the Government has for Aboriginal people has not changed in 112 years, Wayne Wharton stated

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First Nations Sovereignty and Land Rights is at risk
'Dictatorship' amendments were made possible because of the 'Fraudulent' 1967 Referendum - 'Vote No to Consitution Reform'

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The 'Treachery' began in 1770 - the 'Genocide' began in 1788
Mr. Hicks tried to intice the Aboriginals by offering presents; but it was to no purpose, all they seem'd to want was for us to be gone

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Australia Day must inevitably be a day of sadness
You don't need to have a "black armband view of history" to accept that England stole Australia from its legal owners.

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Brisbane: Call for sovereignty on Invasion Day
300 First Nations people and their supporters rallied outside Parliament House on Invasion Day - calling for sovereignty recognition

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The Last Day of Freedom Gathering - 25 January 2013
"We chose this day to define ourselves in our own way and not to the standards of the January 26th, the anniversary of white colonisation in this country."

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Australia's First peoples worse off than 40 years ago
For many First Nations people of Australia, the 26th January 2013 marks the 75th anniversary in the fight for Aboriginal rights and recognition.

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26th January - A national day of shame
'Australia Day as it stands is not some John Howard "black armband" view of history, rather a white man's whitewash'. writes Peter Gebhard

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Sovereign Union condemns Peris-Kneebone "steamrolling"
Sovereign Union outlines some of the major flaws in the PM Julie Gillard's action of steamrolling Ms Nova Peris-Kneebone into the Northern Territory Senate seat.
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Claim on Musgrave Park to be tested in court
The park is listed "for Aboriginal purposes and no other purpose" but police evicted First Nations people. Testing the case in court.

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Dundalli (1820–1855) - Lest We Forget
Dundaali (c.1820-1855), First Nations guerilla leader in Queensland, He paid the ultimate price for fighting the spreading of illegal white settlement.

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The Freedom Fighters - Lest We Forget
Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyheener were executed at Melbourne in 1842. They defended their lands and the genocide of their people.

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Canada: The Creation of one world government
PM "Pudge" Harper faces the final dissolution of the corporation of Canada and it's an unconstitutional illegal corporate by-law.

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Archival: Unrelenting struggle by Gracelyn Smallwood
Up to 5,300 'half cast' Aboriginal children were sent away to welfare homes or to other reserves far away and many did not return.

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South Australian group challenging Australian Constitution
People from Kingston in South Australia are challenging the Australian Constitution and plan to apply for sovereignty status.

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Jenny Macklin ignores her own department's evaluations
Macklin's claims the NT Intervention is working. In fact, the research she is citing points to myriad problems with the program.

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