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Wednesday, 20 February 2019

Indigenous art the turning point for how Australians see themselves

Indigenous art the turning point for how Australians see themselves
- That Australia has somehow learnt to accept Aboriginal art as being Australian and able to be shown in lots of different contexts is partly due to the skill ...

Aboriginals over-represented in protection

Aboriginals over-represented in protection
Aboriginal children and young people remain over-represented in child protection substantiations and out-of-home care, according to the Victorian ...

Missing Aboriginal bushman Harold Morton survives 17 days alone in the outback

Missing Aboriginal bushman Harold Morton survives 17 days alone in the outback
- Mr Morton's brother, Nigel Morton, told The Australian Harold Morton had survived by eating bush tucker and was now safely home with family.

Perth's Wildflower Experience gives a true sense of Australia

Perth's Wildflower Experience gives a true sense of Australia
- Over 300 types of Western Australia's unique flora, from orchids to she-oaks, can be found in Kings Park. Many have great significance to the ...

Linda Burney portrait unveiled: not just another painting of a suit

Linda Burney portrait unveiled: not just another painting of a suit
- a portrait of the first Indigenous Australian to be elected to federal parliament. In a further touch, Rae painted the Aboriginal flag onto Burney's ring.

Indigenous treaty talks 'won't lead people astray'

Indigenous treaty talks 'won't lead people astray'
- We've got a problem with the foundation of Australia as a nation,” he said. “It's fundamentally flawed, and a treaty is an opportunity to fix that problem.

In The Game: Non-binary, trans and queer identities in sport

In The Game: Non-binary, trans and queer identities in sport
- Simon Thuijs, founder of Perth Pythons LGBTI hockey club and mastermind behind the inaugural Perth Pride Sports Festival, said “To be really ...

How Queensland Police Service's LGBTI Liaison Officers Are Making A Difference

How Queensland Police Service's LGBTI Liaison Officers Are Making A Difference
- QNews Magazine talks to three LGBTI Liaison Officers in the Queensland Police Service who provide support and assistance to our community in ...

New evidence given to Tel Aviv police in unsolved LGBTI youth club shooting

New evidence given to Tel Aviv police in unsolved LGBTI youth club shooting
- The attack was described at the time as the worst anti-LGBTI attack in the country's history. This led to one of the biggest investigations in Israeli history ...

LGBTI domestic violence prevention resource Say It Out Loud receives federal funding

LGBTI domestic violence prevention resource Say It Out Loud receives federal funding
- Say It Out Loud, an LGBTI domestic and family violence prevention campaign run by ACON, will be expanded nationally following a $340,000 funding ...

Community health, education and care is key to Maori nursing graduates

Community health, education and care is key to Maori nursing graduates
- Two South Canterbury Maori nursing graduates hope to give back to the ... the Ministry looks at with regards to Maori grads for our Maori population.

King makes case for kindness

King makes case for kindness
- Mental health campaigner and Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Mike King has a message for Māori - take more care of your own. The former ...

Infant mortality rate drops

Infant mortality rate drops
- A fall in infant mortality for Māori has brought some of the lowest-ever infant mortality rates for New Zealand's total and Māori populations. Statistics NZ ...

Tech, science and Mātauranga Māori a powerful force

Tech, science and Mātauranga Māori a powerful force
Māori are enjoying a stellar year of innovation, with record numbers engaging in R&D, and making up nearly half the finalists in this year's New ...

How Australia made poisoning animals normal

How Australia made poisoning animals normal
- Marsden went on to introduce sheep to New Zealand, followed by the mysterious disappearance of the Maori kuri dog in following ...

Australia Faces Another Border Security Election: QuickTake

Australia Faces Another Border Security Election: QuickTake
- The governments of Nauru and Papua New Guinea, which host the camps for Australia, say about 80 percent of the people they have processed are ...

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