In June the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane will house an event that brings the world’s Indigenous community together
Some 300 Fremantle locals turned out to welcome the Journey to Recognition
“88” – A new documentary on the “march that changed a nation”
PM Tony Abbott will use 2014 to “start a conversation” about recognising Indigenous Australians in the Constitution
A young Nyungar man and third year law student embarked on a journey for recognition
The Other Election is an innovative program that featured 646 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people
In a recent poll the majority of Australians voted in favour of constitutional change to recognise Indigenous people as Australia’s first
The National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples will host a webcast panel discussion today as part of International Day of the World’s Indigenous People
Eight riders from around Australia are currently taking part in the Ride for Recognition to help raise awareness for changes to the constitution
The designer of the Aboriginal flag Harold Thomas has joined the chorus of people asking for help to find the original flag, which was first flown in a demonstration in Adelaide’s Victoria Square in 1971. If it is found, Harold says the flag should be placed in the Australian National Museum in Canberra. The Aboriginal […]
Kaurna country man, language teacher and film-maker Jack Buckskin is the special guest on Deadly Sounds this week.
Steven Brown recently presented a paper to the United Nations in New York. He was one of seven Indigenous people to address the forum.
The Demerit Points System is designed to encourage safe and responsible driving. It is important to know how many points you have on your licence at any one time as well as knowing how you can lose these points. The Demerit Points Scheme is a national program that allocates penalty points (demerits) for a range […]
Oxfam is again on the look-out for straight-talking Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to take part in a program to help them bring about change in their communities and build relationships with female federal politicians. Oxfam Australia’s fourth Straight Talk national summit, from 16 – 20 June, will see 60 women of all ages, […]
Life is a joy for Duncan Hegarty and his wife as they send their children to school every day.
Three Indigenous leaders are travelling to Canada with Governor-General Quentin Bryce for international discussions on Indigenous economic development and education. Professor Megan Davis, Tony Wurramarrba and Jack Manning Bancroft were chosen to be part of the delegation to Canada because of their diverse and extensive experience dealing with Indigenous policy issues. Canada faces many of […]
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