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Sport's an important part of Aboriginal culture for women – but barriers remain

Regular exercise is important for Indigenous women’s health as it reduces a number of health risks – including obesity and chronic diseases. However, only 23.3 per cent of Indigenous women play..
SBS - Published

Aboriginal youth detained at 23 times the rate of non-Indigenous kids, report shows

Aboriginal youth are detained at a rate of more than 20 times that of non-Indigenous Australians in the youth justice system, a report released on Wednesday shows.
SBS - Published

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More Than 10,000 Camels to Be Selectively Slaughtered in South Australia [Video]More Than 10,000 Camels to Be Selectively Slaughtered in South Australia

More Than 10,000 Camels to Be Selectively Slaughtered in South Australia. A massive cull of camels in drought-stricken South Australia will begin on Jan. 8. More than 10,000 camels are..

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Australia will cull camels as they enter into conflict with aboriginals | Oneindia News [Video]Australia will cull camels as they enter into conflict with aboriginals | Oneindia News

Australia has decided to cull 10,000 camels as they drink too much water. The drought ravaged southern Australia will see this culling which will last over 5 days. Aboriginal officials in the remote..

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Bet You Didn't Know This About Uluru [Video]Bet You Didn't Know This About Uluru

Uluru, or Ayers Rock, is a massive, rust-red rock rising from the dry ground in the middle of Australia. The Anangu tribe, an Aboriginal people of Australia, have considered it a sacred site for..

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IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS documentary movie [Video]IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS documentary movie

IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS documentary movie trailer HD Plot synopsis: An intimate and compassionate observational documentary from the perspective of a 10-year-old Aboriginal boy in Alice Springs,..

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Aboriginal youth over-represented in jail

Aboriginal youth are detained at a rate of more than 20 times that of non-indigenous Australians in the youth justice system, a new report shows.
SBS - Published

'What are we celebrating?': New Australia Day campaign highlights 'raw' and 'painful' past

The 'Story of Australia' ad is breaking the mould, and for Aboriginal elder Steve Widders it's all about "truth-telling".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bruce Pascoe says Aboriginality queries an attempt to discredit Dark Emu

Author and historian Bruce Pascoe says he believes attempts to discredit his award-winning book Dark Emu are at the heart of allegations he is not Aboriginal.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

How Wesley Enoch broke a 'chain of violence' to become Sydney Festival director

Growing up gay and Aboriginal in a bi-racial family, Wesley Enoch struggled to understand who he was. But theatre helped him break a pattern of violence and find his voice. This is his story.
SBS - Published

‘We’re better when we’re united’: Aboriginal musicians get behind Australia Day

Isaiah Firebrace and William Barton will be performing their music on Australia Day. The pair say that, on the back of a devastating fire season, 2020 Australia Day is a time to come together.
SBS - Published

Indigenous Australians Minister dismisses call for Aboriginal identity register

A call from a prominent Indigenous business leader to develop a national database of Indigenous heritage has been rejected by Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt.
SBS - Published

Copper Country - Mount Isa, Queensland

The base metal region of Mt Isa and Cloncurry are synonymous with world-class copper and zinc deposits. My first memory of this region was working with drillers who had a base in the Gunpowder mine in..
Proactive Investors - Published

Revived cultural fishing practices a lifeline for Aboriginal men

Aboriginal fishermen are creating a healthier community by rekindling cultural fishing traditions.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Family's plea for answers as Aboriginal woman dies alone in Melbourne jail

The family of an Aboriginal woman who died in custody just two days into the new year is pleading for answers about why she died alone inside a maximum-security jail cell after being refused bail for..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

How a humble boxing program united Redfern's Aboriginal youth and police

The Sydney suburb has a long history of tense relations between its Indigenous communities and the police, but a transformational boxing program is now marking a decade of success.
SBS - Published

K2fly assigns rights to software for Aborigine land management

K2fly Ltd (ASX:K2F) formed an entity The Place of Keeping Ltd during December 2019, which will take over the roll-out of the Infoscope software and services to Aboriginal groups across Australia. The..
Proactive Investors - Published

'A new frontier': The quest for Australia's first Aboriginal astronaut

An ambitious program wants First Nations people at the forefront of Australia's space industry.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'We need to pay respect to England': Ken Done says Australia Day should stay on January 26

The prominent artist said January 26 was not a "day of shame" but there should be a second holiday to celebrate Aboriginal history.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Artist Fiona Foley explores how opium was used to control Aboriginal labour

Her work is about not letting other people be the experts of your own culture, the acclaimed artist says.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australia: Empowering First Nations kids to hold police accountable: An interview with ALS Jeremy Styles - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

The ALS campaign is to educate Aboriginal people about their rights and to push for change and improvements in the law.
Mondaq - Published

The art project for Indigenous prisoners that has reduced rates of reoffending

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Victoria's prison system are being supported to create and sell their work in an effort to provide an avenue to change. Here, SBS News meets participants in..
SBS - Published

Murder trial 'part of our healing': Kumanjayi Walker's family to learn court location

The grieving family and friends of an Aboriginal man who died after being shot by a Northern Territory police officer have pleaded to keep court proceedings in Alice Springs, rather than 1,400km away..
SBS - Published

Government contracts still out of reach for Aboriginal businesses

A NSW government policy designed to boost the Indigenous economy is struggling to meet its targets.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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