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Monday, 2 September 2019

LGBT event will see 'biggest rainbow flag Dundee has ever seen'

They also provide training for teachers and student teachers, helping them to support LGBTI pupils and stamp out homophobic, biphobic and ...


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LGBTI Health Strategy says gender-inclusive facilities, such as bathrooms and changerooms ...

LGBTI Health Strategy says gender-inclusive facilities, such as bathrooms and changerooms, should be a top priority in WA. Regina Titelius and ...


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What does a church open to LGBT Catholics look like?

The lecture, entitled “The Challenge of Idolatry for LGBTI Ministry,” delivered at the Global Network of Rainbow Catholics in Chicago, encouraged his ...


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Big fines, jail for breaches of religious freedom laws

... is directly weakening protections for them, as well as for women, LGBTI people and anyone else who falls foul of traditional religious doctrines".


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Catholics step up push for radical reform following Pell conviction

... divorced and remarried Catholics; better selection of priests; more involvement for lay-people; and an end to discrimination against LGBTI people.


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Labor split over Porter's faith protections bill

Ms Plibersek, a senior left-wing powerbroker, represents the electorate of Sydney, which has one of the nation's biggest LGBTI populations. LGBTI ...


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Rainbow Health

The sexual health of our LGBTI patients is always a top priority. Whatever your sexual preference may be, it's vitally important to protect yourself from ...


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Plibersek says there are problems with the religious discrimination proposal

One of the state's that is likely to be most affected should the legislation be passed is Tasmania, LGBTI rights advocates are calling on Labor leader ...


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KAPCO and Griffith University break stigma around Aboriginal economic development

Loans were secured from the Marra Worra Worra Aboriginal Corporation, Indigenous Business Australia and the Commonwealth Bank.


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Kakadu is well worth the visit if you're heading to the Northern Territory

Kakadu is Aboriginal land and today the traditional owners work in ... to the area in 1980 and started work as a ranger for Parks Australia in 1985.


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Inquiry shreds NSW double jeopardy change

Mr Shoebridge sought to amend the law to facilitate a retrial of the suspected killer of three Aboriginal children in Bowraville in the early 1990s.


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Purple House dialysis comes to the APY Lands in vital culture connection for Aboriginal community

That followed the raising of $170,000 from Aboriginal artworks during the Tarnanthi festival two years ago. South Australia's Rotary clubs partnered ...


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'The Nightingale' Is An Unflinching Portrayal of Colonial Australia

Raised on a small island in Australia's Northern Territory, Ganambarr is a dancer by training. His dance troupe is an Aboriginal company called Djuki ...


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Business case released for National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Alice Springs

The National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Alice Springs will bring an additional ... and broad economic benefit for Alice Springs and Central Australia.”.


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The Western Highway: This government should be able to compromise

A government that cares enough to propose a treaty with Indigenous ... mothers and children and the complex and deep history of Aboriginal Australia.


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'The greatest treasure hunt'

There are parts of Western Australia that remain almost untouched by ... of mankind on the environment, ancient forms in the Aboriginal rock art carved ...


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'Dream project' wants to cut rates of heart disease among Māori and Pasifika

More than 20,000 Māori and about 7000 Pasifika are living with heart disease. The researchers will look into how the risk of heart disease is assessed ...


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Te Rā the sail, last of its kind

A team of University of Otago researchers and weavers will unlock the secrets of one of te ao Māori's most precious taonga for the first time in more ...


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$2 Million to tackle heart health inequities

It aims to improve access to healthcare for Māori and Pacific people, which has the potential to achieve equity in heart health outcomes for all New ...


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A significant drop in youth offending since 2010

The report also stated that Māori youth offending rates had improved. It said the proportion of young Māori offenders who appeared in the Youth Court ...


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'We fit definitions describing racism': DHB's soul-searching over Māori illness and death

Another DHB is set to declare racism as a reason for poor health suffered by Māori - adding momentum to a major shift in the health sector. Northland ...


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The secrets to film making success: Be loud, distinct and get a job with your mates

And Aroha Bridge is fairly unusual. It's a New Zealand cartoon, which makes it a rarity in itself, about a Māori and Pasifika community and the Hook ...


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Happiness tips from 80-somethings

Māori weren't coming to hospital so they set up a Māori unit. .... Calli Anastasiou is a Romanian Greek who came to New Zealand three days before ...


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Acknowledgement of Māori ownership of freshwater needed, leader says

Working on freshwater issues on an iwi by iwi basis fell short of recognising Māori rights to water, she said. “All New Zealanders understand we cant ...


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