This year’s annual NAIDOC in the City event at Hyde Park in Sydney was a huge success, offering Sydney-siders a great taste of traditional culture, entertainment and food.
For Bryce Bevan, a childhood adoration of horses, coupled with relentless devotion, has seen him win an exclusive scholarship that will take his passion for the equine industry to a whole new level.
‘Calling the Shots’ is a new book featuring pictures from both the 19th and 20th centuries that explores the relationships between photography, history, and culture.
‘Farewell Fitzroy’ is an ode to the fact that Busby Marou, while they still love their hometown, are spreading their wings and moving beyond the city’s beautiful Fitzroy River to bigger things.
Each year the Deadlys reflects ‘the year that was’ in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia, highlighting the best Indigenous talent and achievement.
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Singer-songwriter, Gina Williams along with ‘overseas Noongar’ Guy Chouse, have released an album entirely in the Noongar language.
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Club coaches, and plenty of fans, will happily welcome back unaffected Origin footy players this weekend, with the series having culminated in Brisbane on Wednesday night.
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A young Aboriginal woman on her very first photo shoot has made the cover of a digital fashion magazine, in a first for the publication.
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Yesterday, in the midst of NAIDOC celebrations, Awabakal Newcastle Aboriginal Co-operative revealed a flexible, versatile new weapon in closing the gap efforts.
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An Edith Cowan University researcher has completed his PhD thesis on the study of resilience in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander university students.
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Last week the ABC launched an Indigenous Language News Service trial in the Northern Territory, broadcasting the news daily in Yolngu Matha and Warlpiri.
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The return of our favourite and deadliest teen – Deadly Wes.
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