Australia's first truth-telling commission has heard from an Aboriginal elder ripped from his family home and plunged into a world of horror and violence.
Traditional Owners and Rio Tinto have signed an agreement to guide cultural heritage protections in the Pilbara in the wake of the Juukan Gorge debacle.
A bill set to be introduced by NSW parliament's longest-serving member Reverend Fred Nile would seek to create an Aboriginal led council that protects heritage.
The WA Government may consider a segmented delivery of an Aboriginal cultural centre in Perth, admitting a matched Federal and State Labor $50 million pledge may not complete the project.
The Northern Territory has passed liquor laws to replace expiring Intervention-era alcohol bans, giving dry Indigenous communities access to alcohol.
Anthony Albanese is promising to fund a new Aboriginal cultural centre in Perth if he is elected prime minister, with Labor saying it could become the WA equivalent of the Sydney Opera House.
Kwinana councillor and proud Noongar man Barry Winmar has sparked a massive donation to The Smith Family in recognition of his cultural contribution to council events.
Part of Medina’s Harry McGuigan Park is set to be renamed in recognition of its cultural and historical significance to Kwinana’s Aboriginal families.
More than five years after it was filed, the transfer of unused Crown land in Sydney's inner-west to the local Aboriginal land council has been approved.
The winner of the prestigious 2022 Archibald Prize for best portrait of a person distinguished in art, science or politics, has been announced.
Pastoral grazing property Neds Corner in Victoria will be returned to its traditional owners in a historic land transfer.
The Walpiri community in the Northern Territory wants the policeman who fatally shot an Indigenous teenager retried for murder after a jury acquitted him.
The Northern Territory Labor government will earmark $690 million in Tuesday's budget to ease overcrowding in remote Indigenous communities.
The loss of several family members to suicide has ignited Rowan’s Walk, an annual event in Port Hedland that is now also resonating through other parts of the Pilbara.
Community Services Minister Simone McGurk has apologised to psychologist Tracy Westerman over comments she made about her, after the former WA Australian of the Year launched legal action for defamation.
Fortescue Metals Group chief executive Elizabeth Gaines says blowback from Rio Tinto’s destruction of Juukan Gorge is impacting its ability to access some of its highest-grade iron ore.
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A Perth primary school has honoured an educational pioneer who overcame racism and prejudice to leave a legacy for future generations.
The Northern Territory government has pledged to build 54 new homes for Indigenous residents in the Alice Springs town camps.
A family of Aboriginal war veterans was denied land under a government scheme for returning soldiers, Victoria's truth-telling Yoorrook inquiry has heard.
Young Aboriginal offenders are less likely to be jailed going through a specialist Indigenous justice system compared to mainstream courts
A coroner’s report into the death of a 26-year-old Noongar woman — who lost consciousness while being handcuffed by police — has criticised the actions of the officers who arrested her.
For the first time Harvey’s Anzac Day celebrations will include the raising of the Aboriginal flag and one South West Noongar elder could not be prouder.
A Victorian inquiry will begin holding public hearings as it seeks to establish an official public record of Indigenous experiences since British colonisation.
Mining giant Rio Tinto has marked its biggest ever spend with Aboriginal businesses after a 40 per cent increase on its Indigenous procurement.
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