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Friday, 16 November 2018

Karijini festival a blueprint for cultural immersion

Karijini festival a blueprint for cultural immersion
- Being an Australian this is your history as much as it is Aboriginal history.” At the experience there have been gourmet bush tucker experiences ...

Remote Northern Territory islands to design and run own services

Remote Northern Territory islands to design and run own services
Aboriginal people living in one of Australia's most remote archipelagos will soon start designing, and in some cases owning and running, their own ...

Indigenous soldiers out of the shadows

Indigenous soldiers out of the shadows
- Punch's story is no different from the individual tragedies of the 210,000 Australians killed or wounded in the First World War – but for one key aspect.

One year since same-sex marriage result, fight continues for queer Indigenous Australians

One year since same-sex marriage result, fight continues for queer Indigenous Australians
- One year on from the historic legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia, queer Indigenous activist Edie Shepherd says while there have been ..

Aboriginal groups join anti-fracking bid

Aboriginal groups join anti-fracking bid
- If Western Australia moves to prohibit fracking, it would follow the Labor government in Victoria, which put a ban in place in March last year. Continue ...

Specialist mentoring leads more remote Indigenous students to university and beyond

Specialist mentoring leads more remote Indigenous students to university and beyond
- Remote towns around Western Australia's Pilbara region have benefitted from a national program addressing the educational needs of young ...

How to fight homophobia: A partial success story from Jamaica

How to fight homophobia: A partial success story from Jamaica
- Montego Bay Pride demonstrated how to fight homophobia through public service. In painting a local hospital, LGBT volunteers achieved partial ...

John Bishop Gives Amazing Speech On Embracing Gay Children 'For Who They Are'

John Bishop Gives Amazing Speech On Embracing Gay Children 'For Who They Are'
- One of my sons has a tattoo on his ankle that was meant to be Africa but looks like Australia, one of my sons mumbles and one of my sons is a gay ...

Why I fought so hard for marriage equality in Australia

Why I fought so hard for marriage equality in Australia
- That day, 15 November 2017, we found out whether the Australian public had voted to make same-sex marriage legal. It was a sunny day in my ...

We're taking on the old boys': rural independents shaking up the Victoria election

We're taking on the old boys': rural independents shaking up the Victoria election
- There is a mood for change in country Victoria, where the success of Cathy McGowan has inspired a movement to unseat men in safe seats. by Gay ...

Drug could prevent effects of gluten in people with coeliac disease

Drug could prevent effects of gluten in people with coeliac disease
- An initial trial of the drug in New Zealand and Australia was successful and researchers were now looking for volunteers in Auckland, Wellington and ...

New Zealand asks travelers to help protect the environment

New Zealand asks travelers to help protect the environment
- Already, people who travel to the country have to go through rigorous screening when they arrive to ensure they haven't brought in any outside plants ...

Five Māori housing groups to trial home-ownership initiative

Five Māori housing groups to trial home-ownership initiative
- Three Iwi and two Māori housing groups will trial a Te Puni Kōkiri home ownership initiative to help low to median ncome whānau towards owning ...

Cliff Curtis calls for women, Māori leadership in NZ film industry

Cliff Curtis calls for women, Māori leadership in NZ film industry
- He said he formed Whenua Films with directors, Taika Waititi and Ainsley Gardiner, because the Māori film industry was going through a pretty rough ...

Māori housing groups to trial home-ownership initiative

Māori housing groups to trial home-ownership initiative
- Three iwi and two Māori housing groups will trial a Te Puni Kōkiri home ownership initiative to help low to median income whānau towards owning ...

Papua New Guinea Is Rich in Resources but Poor in Health

Papua New Guinea Is Rich in Resources but Poor in Health
Papua New Guinea — Polio was vanquished by the .... The number of people infected with malaria parasites, for example, grew ...

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