Culture

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A former Chief Executive of a First Nations organisation in West Australia is set to face 38 charges...

Maurial Spearim - personal website
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A Gamilaraay woman is aiming to bring a fresh perspective to the lives of modern First Nation’s women,...

a judge hand striking a gavel over a table
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A Noongar man says the South West Land and Sea Council is no longer a representative of the...

Bundian Way - John Blay
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A local Aboriginal Land Council in NSW has been granted $700,000 to develop a business centre for its...

Tiga Bayles, Dawson River, 2013
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The Board of the National Indigenous Radio Service would like to offer its sincere condolences to the family...

NIRS Chairman Tiga Bayles, pictured on the banks of the Dawson River in Central Queensland in 2013. Tiga passed away in the early hours of Sunday morning, April 17, 2016 after a long battle with cancer.
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Australia’s most prominent First Nations broadcaster, Brisbane-based Tiga Bayles, has passed away early Sunday morning. Following is a...

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A First Nations academic says it is important to get clarity on many concepts within First Nations communities...

Abbot Point - Fight for the Reef
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A Juru man who started a petition this week to protect cultural sites threatened by the Adani mining...

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A Goenpul rights campaigner from Stradbroke Island in Queensland’s south east, says the first task of an Assembly...

CSIRO_ScienceImage_4703_Aerial_view_of_Lester_State_Forest_and_wheat_farms_near_Coolamon_NSW_1999
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Farmers in the central west of New South Wales are being urged to explore the cultural history of...