The Aboriginal flag cannot just be ‘freed’. It is an emblem of our emotion, our loves and losses. It holds our faith, our hope and our future.
Ernie Dingo presenting on the National Indigenous Television channel from Uluru, 2012.
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First Nations media are leading better conversations about the significance of the day – and issues facing Indigenous communities every day of the year.
Activist and actor Bob Maza addresses a protest at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in front of Parliament House on July 30, 1972.
This year, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy is set to celebrate its 50th year of continuous occupation. Its presence is an ongoing call for land rights, sovereignty and self-determination.
Trace metal exposure can lead to concerning neurocognitive effects in people of all ages.
Whether you’re on the shore or a boat, seeing these giant mammals rise from the depths is always special. Knowing how to go about spotting a whale will improve your odds of experiencing this thrill.
The sea-pool made my body my friend again. I felt then that it had always been thus, for a few moments, lithe and buoyant, and almost joyful.
Such tension has played out over many decades between agricultural communities and coal companies. We can avoid history repeating itself if we urgently set the right policies and laws in place.
If you are aged 70 with a million dollar home you could get up to $308,000 per year from a little-known scheme with risks.
Throughout the pandemic, sporting organisations have proven they can organise large-scale events in a safe and responsible way, without mandated vaccines for athletes.
First Nations peoples’ voices in Australian media have been largely excluded. This can contribute to under-representation of Indigenous perspectives and negative stereotypes of First Nations people.
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David Dalaithngu has died at 68. When he appeared in the 1971 film Walkabout, his name was misspelt in the credits. He won international acclaim as an actor, becoming a household name.
Universities supposedly have adopted a more corporate approach – but most corporate board members have expertise in the area their company operates in and are more accountable to shareholders.
The heaviest bird nest ever discovered weighed more than 2,000kg. It was built by bald eagles. The tiniest nest, built by a bee hummingbird, was just over 2cm wide.
Calls to reveal the true identities of social media users won’t make the internet safer without deeper reform of online platforms.
The third draft of the controversial bill does not protect the religious freedom of those who need it, but those who seek to maintain control over people’s bodies.
Thousands took to streets across Australia to protest COVID19 lockdown measures and vaccine mandates. How are white supremacist and right wing groups capitalising on vaccine hesitancy?
What is at stake with the new bill very much depends on how discrimination is conceptualised and who is doing the claiming.
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The death of 57-year-old Paul Millachip at Fremantle’s Port Beach is a reminder that shark bites, though rare, can be tragic. New research aims to reduce the risk by understanding sharks’ vision.
Led by a brilliant Blak cast including Nakkiah Lui, Jack Charles and Ursula Yovich, Preppers tackles some big issues while making you laugh out loud.
If a friend seems to be immune to your spooky, ghost story this Halloween, ask them if they can see the story unfold in their mind’s eye.