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Friday, 26 April 2019

Remembering the Aboriginal Anzac heroes

Remembering the Aboriginal Anzac heroes
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have long served in the Australian Defence Forces through both world wars, however in recent years they ...

Up Your Native-Australian Cooking Game With This Very Accessible New Cookbook

Up Your Native-Australian Cooking Game With This Very Accessible New Cookbook
- Two of Australia's most passionate advocates for indigenous food and culture Rebecca Sullivan and Damien Coulthard want to get more native ...

When will we recognise Australia's frontier wars as part of our war history?

When will we recognise Australia's frontier wars as part of our war history?
- ANZAC Day is a solemn day for Australians. As the ... of Australia saw the deaths of tens of thousands of Aboriginal people and at least 2000 settlers.

Visiting the Anzac history of Western Australia's Albany region

Visiting the Anzac history of Western Australia's Albany region
- Until I had visited Albany, 430 kilometres south of Perth in Western Australia, I had no knowledge of its ... It has a rich Aboriginal and European history.

What young Australians think about Anzac Day

What young Australians think about Anzac Day
- She said she had mixed feelings about Anzac Day because Indigenous ... The 25-year-old moved to Australia from Brazil eight months ago to study ...

Telling the forgotten stories of Indigenous servicemen in the first world war

Telling the forgotten stories of Indigenous servicemen in the first world war
- Despite fighting and dying for Australia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders still weren't considered citizens upon their return from the war. Many of ...

Countries in the Americas have obligation to expand LGBTI rights

Countries in the Americas have obligation to expand LGBTI rights
- We want every country to investigate and to resolve any matter of LGBTI peoples and communities … We want every country to provide solutions for ...

We said yes': Lizzie Marvelly engaged almost one year after coming out as bisexual

We said yes': Lizzie Marvelly engaged almost one year after coming out as bisexual
- The columnist and author speaks out about subject matters close to her heart, recently hitting back against Israel Folau's criticism of the LGBTI ...

Far-right Facebook networks removed before Spanish election

Far-right Facebook networks removed before Spanish election
- had created multiple and duplicate accounts whose pages peddled messages against Muslims, the LGBTI community, immigrants, and women.

This is what it's like to be a pen pal for LGBTI people in prison

This is what it's like to be a pen pal for LGBTI people in prison
- Their only contact with other LGBTI people is through the letters they receive sometimes,' she adds. Shenje is part of Bent Bars, a UK-based program ...

This Trendy Natural Beauty Ingredient Has a Major Counterfeiting Problem

This Trendy Natural Beauty Ingredient Has a Major Counterfeiting Problem
- Mānuka trees don't grow anywhere else in the world, and most are situated on lands that belong to the country's indigenous Māori people. Bees that ...

Papuans challenge Indonesian rule at country's highest court

Papuans challenge Indonesian rule at country's highest court
- Foreign Ministry spokesman Arrmanatha Nasir said the Papua issue is ... B.C. landmarks to glow green to urge people to become organ donors.

Will 'cannabusiness' turn around deprived groups?

Will 'cannabusiness' turn around deprived groups?
- Having witnessed the fallout from drug and alcohol abuse in his struggling Maori community, Manu ...

NZ firms urge government to 'act quickly to reduce harm' wrought by new ...

NZ firms urge government to 'act quickly to reduce harm' wrought by new ...
- Honey companies and Maori collectives have met with Kiwi government representatives at a hui (Maori assembly), seeking faster government action ...

NZ's Ardern commemorates ANZAC Day

NZ's Ardern commemorates ANZAC Day
- a Māori Television broadcast of the Auckland dawn service, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern asked the crowd to ''recommit'' to ''our ...

Māori-owned investment and financial advisory firm aims for $1 bill mark

Māori-owned investment and financial advisory firm aims for $1 bill mark
- Taupō-based IWIinvestor, plans to significantly expand its business over the next five years on the back of the growing Māori economy with a goal of ...

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