Footy, Aussie rules, AFL. Whatever you call it, it is the game that brings the nation together.
Kaal Tackles Eczema was developed by the Koolungar Moorditj Healthy Skin Project at Telethon Kids Institute after research identified nearly 20 per cent of Aboriginal children living in urban areas have eczema.
Indigenous people are presenting their case for inclusion in clean energy projects, like traditional owners from the flood-ravaged community of Wujal Wujal.
Independent Senator Lidia Thorpe has called for an urgent inquiry into Indigenous Land Councils after the release of a damning audit.
The Cook Government is experiencing a community pushback against the revamped Banned Drinkers Register with a health service refusing to refer patients and bottle shops rejecting requests to hand out brochures.
Discussions about truth-telling and the history of First Nations people have begun, as the federal government tries to move on from the failed voice referendum.
Anthony Albanese has pledged to drive power-sharing arrangements with Indigenous organisations and announced new initiatives in his Closing the Gap address.
Year after year, it’s the same narrative. Our governments are failing in their promise to close the gaps that exist in health and educational outcomes for Indigenous people.
The federal government has tabled its Closing the Gap reports in parliament, with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese promising to drive cultural change.
A new Indigenous employment program aimed at creating 3000 jobs in the next three years will be unveiled on Tuesday as the Federal Government starts mapping out its post-referendum plans for closing the gap.
The Shire of Toodyay and a contractor have been charged with breaching the Aboriginal Heritage Act, in the first test of the State’s amended heritage laws.
When Anthony Albanese is asked what his Government’s Indigenous affairs policy is after the referendum’s failure, his response boils down to: watch this space.
The suicidal teenage detainee who was captured in shocking footage being forcefully restrained by riot squad officers has been completely let down by the juvenile justice system, a judge has concluded.
Rebecca Le May
The Productivity Commission has called on all Australian governments to honour their obligations under the National Agreement on Closing the Gap.
The National Agreement on Closing the Gap was supposed to mean decisions are made in partnership with Indigenous communities, but governments need to deliver
A historic agreement to close the gap of Indigenous disadvantage risks becoming another broken promise to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people unless governments urgently change their approach.
Advocacy groups want legal changes after an adoption agency refused to consider an Aboriginal baby's aunt as a carer because she was in same-sex relationship.
Without Indigenous activists working to bring attention to injustices and resolve them, progress would not be made, and mindsets would not shift.
Tens of thousands of people are expected at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds for NZ's national day as the government is interrogated over policy for Maori.
Indigenous rights advocate Lowitja O'Donoghue, who was at the forefront of key changes to Aboriginal recognition, has died aged 91.
Prime Minister Chris Luxon can expect a "verbal dressing down" from Maori leaders when he travels to New Zealand's birthplace for the country's national day.
The 94-year-old Dalkeith man who gave $1 million to the No campaign insists he is ‘not political’ and simply wanted to ‘balance’ the big spending of corporate Australia that was out to ‘denigrate’ Australia.
Dan Jervis-Bardy and Claire Sadler
Fresh from a legal victory over underwater Aboriginal heritage claims Santos is setting up a fund to invest in coastal Aboriginal communities across the Northern Territory.
Crunch time is coming for Victoria's truth-telling inquiry, with a new commissioner appointed after the opposition pulled its support for treaty talks.
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