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NBC News
Two men in Canada believe they were switched at birthbirth at the same hospital, also in 1975. Tait's real parents were confirmed r
Two men in Canada believe they were switched at birth
NBC News / Posted 54 minutes ago
birth at the same hospital, also in 1975. Tait's real parents were confirmed recently by the DNA results, former Manitoba aboriginal affairs minister Eric Robinson said at the news conference. Swanson's results are still pending. Even without... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial toleranceon grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to t
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial tolerance
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
on grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to the process of reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, in the context of redressing their profound social and economic... Read more
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The Border Mail
On this day in Ballarat | August 31- BHS rehearsal for "Thicker than Water": Tim Harris, Matthew Walker. 2004 - 2
On this day in Ballarat | August 31
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
- BHS rehearsal for "Thicker than Water": Tim Harris, Matthew Walker. 2004 - 25th Anniversary of Ballarat and District Aboriginal Co-operative: Sue Pohl, Bronwyn Razem, Caitlin Pohl basket weaving. 2004 - Zonta 2004 Young Women in Public... Read more
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The Courier
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial toleranceon grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to t
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial tolerance
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
on grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to the process of reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, in the context of redressing their profound social and economic... Read more
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The Courier
On this day in Ballarat | August 31- BHS rehearsal for "Thicker than Water": Tim Harris, Matthew Walker. 2004 - 2
On this day in Ballarat | August 31
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
- BHS rehearsal for "Thicker than Water": Tim Harris, Matthew Walker. 2004 - 25th Anniversary of Ballarat and District Aboriginal Co-operative: Sue Pohl, Bronwyn Razem, Caitlin Pohl basket weaving. 2004 - Zonta 2004 Young Women in Public... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial toleranceon grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to t
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial tolerance
Western Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
on grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to the process of reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, in the context of redressing their profound social and economic... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Violence in Kalgoorlie over boy's deathangry protesters launched bottle "missiles" at them outside a WA court as tensi
Violence in Kalgoorlie over boy's death
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 hours ago
angry protesters launched bottle "missiles" at them outside a WA court as tensions flared over the death of a 14 -year-old Aboriginal boy. A 55-year-old man was due to appear in Kalgoorlie Courthouse on Tuesday morning charged with manslaughter,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Walhallow songbirds performto school with some great stories! We also travelled to Carroll Public School l
Walhallow songbirds perform
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
to school with some great stories! We also travelled to Carroll Public School last Friday to teach their students about Aboriginal culture. The Walhallow Songbirds performed some of their traditional inspired dances and taught the students from... Read more
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SKY News
Protest Over Aboriginal Teen's Death Turns Uglyis nothing to suggest at all that it's a racist issue," he said. "It's the deat
Protest Over Aboriginal Teen's Death Turns Ugly
SKY News / Posted 3 hours ago
is nothing to suggest at all that it's a racist issue," he said. "It's the death of a child who happens to be Aboriginal." Elijah's grandfather Albert Doughty, who wants the man's charge upgraded, told the ABC: "Kids have been chased... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
As violence in Kalgoorlie subsides, a community mourns its lost childalso called on the police to tackle an undercurrent of racism he said had boile
As violence in Kalgoorlie subsides, a community mourns its lost child
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
also called on the police to tackle an undercurrent of racism he said had boiled over onto social media, where Aboriginal people were being threatened with rape and violence. "This has been brewing over years in the Kalgoorlie region,"... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Be ready with trauma counsellors after residential school lessons, N.W.T. educator saysschools’ devastating effects on indigenous people. All 800 teachers in the Nor
Be ready with trauma counsellors after residential school lessons, N.W.T. educator says
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
schools’ devastating effects on indigenous people. All 800 teachers in the Northwest Territories must participate in aboriginal cultural awareness training, said John Stewart, director of instructional and school services with the territory’s... Read more
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International Business Times
Violent scenes erupt outside Australian courthouse as anger mounts over Aboriginal teenager's deathwill maintain a strong visible presence in the community and will take action a
Violent scenes erupt outside Australian courthouse as anger mounts over Aboriginal teenager's death
International Business Times / Posted 5 hours ago
will maintain a strong visible presence in the community and will take action against those identified as breaking the law. Aboriginal leaders are working closely with WA Police," it added. According to reports, Doughty was riding a stolen... Read more
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WA Today
Indigenous journalist blames Kalgoorlie riots on Facebook crime pagesa 14-year-old indigenous boy. Speaking to 6PR on Tuesday afternoon, broadcaste
Indigenous journalist blames Kalgoorlie riots on Facebook crime pages
WA Today / Posted 6 hours ago
a 14-year-old indigenous boy. Speaking to 6PR on Tuesday afternoon, broadcaster Debbie Carmody from the Tjuma Pulka Media Aboriginal Corporation said the two Facebook pages that focus on Kalgoorlie and encourage members to report local crimes are... Read more
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News.com.au
Violence outside WA court over boy's deathangry protesters launched bottle "missiles" at them outside a WA court as tensi
Violence outside WA court over boy's death
News.com.au / Posted 7 hours ago
angry protesters launched bottle "missiles" at them outside a WA court as tensions flared over the death of a 14-year-old Aboriginal boy. A 55-year-old man was due to appear in Kalgoorlie Courthouse on Tuesday morning charged with manslaughter,... Read more
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WA Today
Slow-boiling rage finally 'bubbled to surface' in Kalgoorlie: councilwhat the community of Kalgoorlie-Boulder expects ... it has absolutely inflamed
Slow-boiling rage finally 'bubbled to surface' in Kalgoorlie: council
WA Today / Posted 7 hours ago
what the community of Kalgoorlie-Boulder expects ... it has absolutely inflamed the situation, without a doubt." Perth's Aboriginal Tent Embassy, the name given to the group of Aboriginal people inhabiting Heirisson Island, was also condemning... Read more
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express
Racial tensions erupt in Australia after man charged over killing of aboriginal teen55-year-old was due to appear at Kalgoorlie magistrates court charged with mans
Racial tensions erupt in Australia after man charged over killing of aboriginal teen
express / Posted 7 hours ago
55-year-old was due to appear at Kalgoorlie magistrates court charged with manslaughter. As these pictures show around 300 aboriginal and non-aboriginal protestors appeared outside the courthouse closing the main streets in the town. Related... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Australia steps up gas fracking bans despite supply crunchTerritory is also getting set to ban fracking until it is satisfied the drillin
Australia steps up gas fracking bans despite supply crunch
Eye Witness News / Posted 8 hours ago
Territory is also getting set to ban fracking until it is satisfied the drilling technique does not harm farm land or Aboriginal sites. The bans come despite a large portion of eastern Australia's gas being produced from Queensland and New... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Appeal against WA Mulga Rock uranium minea secure shipping container. Following the EPA's recommendation with 14 condit
Appeal against WA Mulga Rock uranium mine
Sky News Australia / Posted 8 hours ago
a secure shipping container. Following the EPA's recommendation with 14 conditions, including having environmental and Aboriginal heritage management plans in place, it is now up to state and federal environment ministers to decide if the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Aboriginal mum posts 'whiteface' picture of daughter in response to race rowAn aboriginal mother shared a photo of her daughter with white make up on to sh
Aboriginal mum posts 'whiteface' picture of daughter in response to race row
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 hours ago
An aboriginal mother shared a photo of her daughter with white make up on to show her support for a white boy who wore black face paint to school. Last week a racial debate was sparked when a schoolboy from Perth, Australia, was painted black so he... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Dozen police injured as rocks, bottles thrown in Kalgoorlie riotthe streets of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia after riot police were forced to
Dozen police injured as rocks, bottles thrown in Kalgoorlie riot
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
the streets of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia after riot police were forced to move in when a protest over the death of an Aboriginal teenager turned violent. Twelve police officers were injured, car and building windows were smashed and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tate Modern director Frances Morris on why the art world is still a boys' clubprofile of Australian contemporary art. The first purchases include Judy Watso
Tate Modern director Frances Morris on why the art world is still a boys' club
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
profile of Australian contemporary art. The first purchases include Judy Watson's 2005 art book a preponderance of aboriginal blood, two paintings by Gordon Bennett and Vernon Ah Kee's tall man video about the 2004 Palm Island riots. "One... Read more
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News.com.au
Teen death: Accused to face Perth courtTHE man charged with the manslaughter of an Aboriginal teen has been remanded i
Teen death: Accused to face Perth court
News.com.au / Posted 9 hours ago
THE man charged with the manslaughter of an Aboriginal teen has been remanded into custody and will reappear at Perth’s Stirling Gardens Magistrates tomorrow via video link. It’s understood the 55-year-old man, whose name has been suppressed, did... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Urban reserves are based on a failed business modelare such a dismal failure. Urban reserves are just the latest addition to a sep
Urban reserves are based on a failed business model
Brandon Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
are such a dismal failure. Urban reserves are just the latest addition to a separateness regime that keeps so many aboriginal people poor and dependent. Welcoming more aboriginal people to Brandon’s business community, on the other hand,... Read more
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International Business Times
Aboriginal Australian mother posts daughter's 'whiteface' photo to address racismAn Aboriginal Australian mother has shared a photo of her daughter painted whit
Aboriginal Australian mother posts daughter's 'whiteface' photo to address racism
International Business Times / Posted 9 hours ago
An Aboriginal Australian mother has shared a photo of her daughter painted white on Facebook after a schoolboy from Perth received criticism for taking part in an event with his face painted black. According to reports, the young boy dressed up in... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Help police locate missing Toowoomba boysighted in the Toowoomba CBD at about 1:30am today. Police hold concerns for h
Help police locate missing Toowoomba boy
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 hours ago
sighted in the Toowoomba CBD at about 1:30am today. Police hold concerns for his welfare due to his age. He described as Aboriginal in appearance, about 155cm tall, of a slim build with black hair and brown eyes. The boy was last seen wearing a... Read more
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News.com.au
Incident report shows guards ‘taunted’ before spit hood placed on teentreatment outlawed in every Australian state and territory. Footage sent to Th
Incident report shows guards ‘taunted’ before spit hood placed on teen
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
treatment outlawed in every Australian state and territory. Footage sent to The Courier Mail on Tuesday morning showed the Aboriginal inmate surrounded by seven guards at the Brisbane Correctional Centre. He was placed in a “spit mask” and a body... Read more
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Mashable
Tensions high as riot police and community clash over teen's deathdeath. However, some local people believe the death was suspicious, claiming mu
Tensions high as riot police and community clash over teen's death
Mashable / Posted 10 hours ago
death. However, some local people believe the death was suspicious, claiming multiple death threats have been made towards Aboriginal kids in the town via Facebook. Reports says a police officer has been hit in the head with a bottle outside the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Aunty Mary to speak at centenaryAboriginal Elder Aunty Mary Hooker will return to Mount George Public School on
Aunty Mary to speak at centenary
Manning River Times / Posted 10 hours ago
Aboriginal Elder Aunty Mary Hooker will return to Mount George Public School on Saturday for the centenary celebrations Aunty Mary Hooker with Guide Dogs Orientation and Mobility Specialist, Gavin Stait. Aunty Mary will be a guest speaker at the... Read more
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The North West Star
Assist future careersincluding Standwell, Migate, Tafe, North West Star, Clancy Corporation, Young P
Assist future careers
The North West Star / Posted 10 hours ago
including Standwell, Migate, Tafe, North West Star, Clancy Corporation, Young People Ahead, Glencore, Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships and Mount Isa City Council assisted with the interviewing... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
PM praises Indigenous politicians, but accused of ignoring 'crisis' conditionshave been welcomed to Federal Parliament in a show of culture and respect, but
PM praises Indigenous politicians, but accused of ignoring 'crisis' conditions
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 hours ago
have been welcomed to Federal Parliament in a show of culture and respect, but on the lawns outside the building many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representatives vented their frustration at government inaction on Indigenous... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The history of the Racial Discrimination ActRacial Discrimination Act over two articles he wrote in 2009, in which he impli
The history of the Racial Discrimination Act
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 hours ago
Racial Discrimination Act over two articles he wrote in 2009, in which he implied light-skinned people who identified as Aboriginal did so for personal gain. Federal Court Justice Mordecai Bromberg found Bolt had breached the Act because the... Read more
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The Age
Aboriginal people slam 'coward' over racist Wi-Fi namecome here after being released from prison, when they have nowhere else to go.
Aboriginal people slam 'coward' over racist Wi-Fi name
The Age / Posted 11 hours ago
come here after being released from prison, when they have nowhere else to go. A sculpture on the corner marks significant Aboriginal sites in the neighbourhood. Every time Aborigines on Smith Street look at their phones, they are reminded they... Read more
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News.com.au
Protest turns violent outside WA courton Monday and was due to face the court on Tuesday morning, but an estimated cr
Protest turns violent outside WA court
News.com.au / Posted 12 hours ago
on Monday and was due to face the court on Tuesday morning, but an estimated crowd of about 400 protesters, which included Aboriginal and non-indigenous people, disrupted proceedings. It is believed the boy was riding a stolen motorcycle before a... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury miner ordered to pay $440,000it had no idea that there was any concern that the activities of Northern Super
Sudbury miner ordered to pay $440,000
The Sudbury Star / Posted 12 hours ago
it had no idea that there was any concern that the activities of Northern Superior were seen as adversely affecting any Aboriginal title or rights. "By then, Northern Superior was unprepared to do anything other than sue. The Crown had no... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial toleranceon grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to t
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial tolerance
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 hours ago
on grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to the process of reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, in the context of redressing their profound social and economic... Read more
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Manning River Times
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial toleranceon grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to t
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial tolerance
Manning River Times / Posted 12 hours ago
on grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to the process of reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, in the context of redressing their profound social and economic... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial toleranceon grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to t
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial tolerance
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 12 hours ago
on grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to the process of reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, in the context of redressing their profound social and economic... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Walhallow songbirds performto school with some great stories! We also travelled to Carroll Public School l
Walhallow songbirds perform
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 hours ago
to school with some great stories! We also travelled to Carroll Public School last Friday to teach their students about Aboriginal culture. The Walhallow Songbirds performed some of their traditional inspired dances and taught the students from... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial toleranceon grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to t
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial tolerance
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 hours ago
on grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to the process of reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, in the context of redressing their profound social and economic... Read more
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The Young Witness
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial toleranceon grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to t
Bill Shorten borrows from Kim Beazley's playbook to put the PM on the spot over racial tolerance
The Young Witness / Posted 13 hours ago
on grounds of race, colour, creed or origin; (3) reaffirms its commitment to the process of reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, in the context of redressing their profound social and economic... Read more
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BBC News
Why do Australians keep wearing blackface?Catriona Elder, an expert in Australian cultural identity and history, told the
Why do Australians keep wearing blackface?
BBC News / Posted 13 hours ago
Catriona Elder, an expert in Australian cultural identity and history, told the BBC. "Only 2-3% of Australians are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander. It's hard to be mean about a race if you're friends with people from that race, but... Read more
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BBC News
Nic Naitanui calls for education after child's blackface tributePeris - the first Indigenous Australian woman elected to parliament - said the
Nic Naitanui calls for education after child's blackface tribute
BBC News / Posted 13 hours ago
Peris - the first Indigenous Australian woman elected to parliament - said the animosity aimed at Goodes was obvious. "Racism... is alive and well and happening everyday and I know that because I live every day as an Aboriginal person", sh... Read more
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BBC News
Aboriginal mum posts daughter's 'whiteface' photosImage caption An Aboriginal mother has shared photos of her daughter with her f
Aboriginal mum posts daughter's 'whiteface' photos
BBC News / Posted 13 hours ago
Image caption An Aboriginal mother has shared photos of her daughter with her face painted white for a school costume An Indigenous Australian mother has posted photos of her daughter dressed in "whiteface" in response to a debate over... Read more
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News.com.au
Man charged over Goldfields teen deathprotesters back with batons and pepper spray after an officer was struck in the
Man charged over Goldfields teen death
News.com.au / Posted 14 hours ago
protesters back with batons and pepper spray after an officer was struck in the face. Protests over the death of an Aboriginal boy are at fever pitch and the court house is badly damaged after protesters pelted it with rocks Hearings at the... Read more
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News.com.au
Parents defend Nic Nat 'blackface' motherEagles captain personally. A Queensland mother also took to social media in su
Parents defend Nic Nat 'blackface' mother
News.com.au / Posted 14 hours ago
Eagles captain personally. A Queensland mother also took to social media in support of the mother, sharing a photo of her Aboriginal daughter painted white to be a Dr Seuss character. "I feel proud as a black woman that this little boy and his... Read more
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The Betoota Advocate
Fed Up! After 6 Months In Byron, This Woman Hates What Tourists Are Doing To Byron – The Betoota Advocatecommunity. She says it upsets her as a resident who know feels comfortable eno
Fed Up! After 6 Months In Byron, This Woman Hates What Tourists Are Doing To Byron – The Betoota Advocate
The Betoota Advocate / Posted 14 hours ago
community. She says it upsets her as a resident who know feels comfortable enough to call Byron home, after speaking to an Aboriginal man at the pub on Sunday. While still looking for a job, Kiara is currently relying on help from her parents to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How the buffalo became so iconic in the Top Endand the knowledge to dispatch and skun the animal on the spot. "The industry w
How the buffalo became so iconic in the Top End
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 hours ago
and the knowledge to dispatch and skun the animal on the spot. "The industry wouldn't have existed if it wasn't for the Aboriginal labour force, both men and women. Women seemed to do a lot of the heavy lifting," Dr Stephen said. By the 1920s,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Deputy Labor leader's Nhulunbuy seat in doubt to independent Yolngu candidatenominated for the seat earlier this year with the backing of the Yolngu Nations
Deputy Labor leader's Nhulunbuy seat in doubt to independent Yolngu candidate
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 hours ago
nominated for the seat earlier this year with the backing of the Yolngu Nations Assembly (YNA), a group of Arnhem Land Aboriginal leaders. YNA has regional representatives from eight areas in Arnhem Land, and aims to uphold Madayin law, which... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Protest over death of WA teenager turns violentmotorcycle before a crash involving the bike and the accused man's utility. It
Protest over death of WA teenager turns violent
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 hours ago
motorcycle before a crash involving the bike and the accused man's utility. It is estimated at least 300 people, both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people, have gathered outside the courthouse. ABC Goldfields's John Wibberley told 720 ABC... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Unique share house sets young Aboriginal meatworker on path to ChinaBoys From The Bush share house sets young Aboriginal meatworker on path to Chin
Unique share house sets young Aboriginal meatworker on path to China
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 hours ago
Boys From The Bush share house sets young Aboriginal meatworker on path to China Anton McMillan, an Arrernte man from Alice Springs, never expected his job at a meat processing factory would take him all the way to China. He is a role model in a... Read more
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