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Parts of Kakadu reopen following death

... in September against Parks Australia by the Northern Territory government after it allegedly illegally disturbed an Aboriginal sacred site at Gunlom. View article...

Australia's first truth commission to record the Indigenous narrative

A drawing by Edouard Riou of two Indigenous men in Victoria in the 1860s. The first time Kevin Bell saw an Australian Aboriginal was at the Royal ... View article...

Australian Aboriginal opposition mounts to new state heritage laws

Opposition is mounting from Australian Indigenous groups to draft Western Australian heritage legislation as ... View article...

Class divide as Indigenous children fail to catch up at school

Aboriginal children trail two years behind their classmates by the time they ... “By school-leaving age, the average Indigenous Australian student is ... View article...

Maorification of smiling zombies

In mainstream media, Maori place names, most previously unheard of by most New Zealanders and unused even by people of Maori descent, have ... View article...

Meet the Soldiers Rd Portraits team who are bringing Māori closer to their tūpuna

It was a similar idea that led to their mahi in New Zealand prisons, working with mauhere (prisoners) to create stunning and empowering portraits as part ... View article...

New Zealand provides fellowships for budding researchers to support recovery from COVID-19

Maori and Pacific researchers make up 40 percent of the fellows receiving funding, while 60 percent of the fellows are female, she said. For the purpose ... View article...

Translating the mamati divide

When the Māori Language Commission introduces kupu hou (new words), it usually signifies a notable event or shift in circumstance. A year ago, mate ... View article...