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Thursday, 27 February 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







'Meth Kelly' and colonial monsters: Australia's biggest art shows get Indigenous rewrite

In his 2017 feature film Sweet Country, white frontiersmen unwind from hunting and fighting Indigenous Australians by watching the 1906 feature film ...


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Caring for Aboriginal Elders in the Pilbara

Most are Martu — some of the last Indigenous people to come out of the desert and make contact with European Australians in the 1950s and 1960s ...


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Condemning Indigenous Hunting Practices: Are We Throwing Stones from Glass Houses?

In Australia, indigenous hunters are using questionable methods to catch sea turtles and other wild animals. Cruel as some of these practices are, ...


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Indigenous Land Use Agreement reached for Port Spencer

An Indigenous Land Use Agreement was agreed upon between the ... Aboriginal share ownership in a grain port facility in South Australia, will see us ...


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Fact or fiction? The truth about those Moriori myths

"The reason [the myth of Moriori extinction] became so powerfully ingrained in the psyche of New Zealanders is because, if Māori could push Moriori ...


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How much does the National Party want to suppress the Māori vote? This much

National's Māori development spokesperson says same day enrolling and voting rewards lack of personal responsibility. National is opposing the ...


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Māori patient calls on govt to lower bowel cancer screening age

New Zealand does not screen people aged 50 to 59, despite them making up 12 percent of those with bowel cancer, and 22 percent of all Māori with ...


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Māori Party candidate puts faith in youth for upcoming election

The Māori Party candidate for Waiariki - Rawiri Waititi - believes the ... actually and young New Zealanders understand the struggle Māori have had ...


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