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How early Australian fairytales displaced Aboriginal people

Most of us grew up reading fairytales adapted from the European tradition – stories of kings, queens and princesses set in palaces and forests, such as Cinderella, Snow White, Beauty and the Beast. But what about the history of Australian fairytales? View article...

Aboriginal deaths in custody or during a police operation last year doubled NSW's previous record

The number of Aboriginal Australians who died in custody or as a result of a police operation in New South Wales in 2021 doubled the previous high ... View article...

The past is not just about the past

A child holds up a an Australian Aboriginal flag during an "Invasion Day" demonstration on Australia Day in Sydney in January 2022.  View article...

Australia: All About Down Under

its native Aboriginal Living in this country in Oceania for more than 50,000 years. The state is part of the British commonwealth And the form of ... View article...

Maori and Pacific students made to feel 'insignificant', uni survey shows

Tara McAllister has a PhD but still faces racist jabs: “I've been told, 'You've got breasts and you're Māori , so you'll get all the scholarships. View article...

Indigenous Design Has For Too Long Been Ignored, Not Valued or Appropriated

The decolonisation of design means we need to recognise and support the work of Māori designers, Tangata Whenua and their communities instead of ... View article...

Tokenism' discouraging Maori, Pasifika tertiary students

Dr Leilani Walker says more Māori and Pasifika would become academics if their identities weren't used within universities to "benefit other ... View article...

The new Taranaki principal planning to incorporate more te reo Maori

Barb Costello has plenty of long-term plans for the New Plymouth school but the first on her list was to integrate more maori language into the ... View article...