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Thursday, 3 December 2020

Buy Local This Christmas, Here's The Best Australian-Made Gifts

“There are so many stereotypes around what Aboriginal people are 'supposed' to look like, where they're 'supposed' to live and what they're 'supposed' ...


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Not all blackened landscapes are bad. We must learn to love the right kind

As others have observed, Indigenous wisdom could help prevent Australian bushfires. Aboriginal cultural burning is low-intensity. Fires burn in a ...


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New Greens senator renews calls for treaty

A treaty with Indigenous Australia must be the first step in healing wounds ... Senator Thorpe makes history as Victoria's first Aboriginal upper house ...


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Twiggy Forrest increases WA land holdings after Ben Wyatt ticks off transfer of historic cattle stations

Yanunijarra Aboriginal Corporation chief executive Peter Murray said it had wanted the government to make the new owners sit down with traditional ...


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New Zealand Is Inviting People Around the World to Turn Their 2020 Disappointments Into a Forest ...

“In New Zealand, the Te Reo Māori values of manaaki and tiaki have become incredibly relevant today. Manaaki speaks to the importance of having ...


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Our Truth, Tā Mātou Pono: This time it's personal – seeing my ancestors in Stuff's apology to Maori

... New Zealand-born journalist, I admire Stuff's decision to issue an apology for the role of its journalism since 1857 in defining a narrative about Maori ...


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New signs celebrate te reo Māori and share stories from the past

The unveiling of new signs in a west Auckland park mark a major milestone in a programme designed to celebrate te reo Māori and share the stories ...


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Money well spent: Māori ministers back $155000 Ihumātao consultants' fees

Top Māori Ministers say the $155,000 the Government has spent on consultants, who were paid up to $325 an hour, to provide advice on the ...


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