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Thursday, 23 January 2020

LGBT+ in Australia

#Egaylity –— Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in Australia have advanced since the late-twentieth century. LGBT people in Australia are afforded protection from discrimination and are equally regarded as individuals who possess the same rights and responsibilities as others







Kaurna Boomerangs visit Maskwacis for friendly game

The first-ever Indigenous ice hockey club from Australia joined some Maskwacis community members in a friendly game at the Four Nations Arena on ...


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The Australian Bushfires Revealed an Aquatic System Older Than the Pyramids

But the path of fiery devastation revealed something extraordinary, as well: a series of extensive water channels built by indigenous Australians ...


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Climate change: The future is here

Obviously, this optimism has never been universal. For indigenous people, whether the Aboriginal peoples of Australia or the Orang Asli of Peninsular ...


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Indigenous constitutions and Polynesian independence focus of symposium

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Gladys Kamakakūokalani ʻAinoa Brandt Endowed Chair for Comparative Polynesian Studies is hosting three ...


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Whānau Ora head warns minister over funding allocation

Whānau Ora minister Peeni Henare can kiss Māori progress goodbye if he continues to allow other agencies to dip into its funding, the organisation's ...


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Waipukurau Pā sites expected to attract thousands of tourists

"Ngā Ara Tipuna plans to use the voices of real people to tell the stories of their ancestors in a way that stays true to tikanga Māori. Our Māori heritage ...


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Māori King visits Ihumātao as deal over Fletcher housing development dispute draws closer

An announcement on Ihumātao is being promised before Waitangi Day with the final approval left to Auckland Council next month. The Māori King ...


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New Māori nurses enter Bay of Plenty workforce

Twelve new Māori nurses walked the stage last week to complete their graduation from the Toi Ohomai Kia Ora Hauora programme. And nearly all of ...


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