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Alcohol could be sold in hundreds of Indigenous communities in NT for the first time in 15 years

Alcohol could be accessed by hundreds of NT Aboriginal communities as a 15-year-old booze intervention law is set to expire - with authorities ... View article...

A relic of NT Intervention is being lifted, but peak Aboriginal groups are furious

A coalition of peak Aboriginal and community bodies have ramped up attacks on the NT Govt over a move to allow booze sales in remote areas. View article...

Game changing initiative allowing blind and vision impaired Aboriginal children to play football

Blind and vision impaired Aboriginal children from some of Australia's most disadvantaged and remote communities will be able to participate in ... View article...

NSW bill for Aboriginal cultural heritage

A bill set to be introduced by NSW parliament's longest-serving member Reverend Fred Nile would seek to create an Aboriginal led council that ... View article...

A health system that takes care of Māori

“We are also investing $39 million to provide the Māori health workforce with additional access to training and development to support them within the ... View article...

Māori researcher awarded full sholarship at one of the world's top universities

Top-ranking university, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has awarded Māori researcher and Architecture lecturer Jacqueline Paul a ... View article...

Māori left with crumbs again, says Te Pāti Māori

Co-leader Rawiri Waititi says when comparing this year's budget to last year, Māori funding had only gone up by 0.3 percent. Related News. Related ... View article...

Inequality Not Solved By Separate Māori Spend

Māori are 14 per cent of the population, with a health budget or $24 billion, we would expect around $3.5 billion to be spent on healthcare for Māori . View article...