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Tuesday, 29 October 2019

Adelaide festival Tarnanthi celebrates the strength of Yolngu art coming out of Northern Territory

As a gauge of Australian contemporary art, the annual Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAAs) have become key; ...


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'We want to see change': Calls for national commissioner for AustralianIndigenous children

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people are 17 ... detention and 10 times more likely to be in out-of-home care in Australia.


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Does barramundi only come from Australia?

Barramundi is an Aboriginal word possibly from the Darambal or Gangalu language from along the Fitzroy River west of Rockhampton. They used it to ...


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Whanganui crowned New Zealand's most beautiful city

It's got lovely historical buildings that are quite unique to New Zealand and obviously the river, our awa, and that's important to Maori people here ...


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'Time to understand our history' as New Zealand Wars remembered in Taranaki

The New Zealand Wars, or land wars, were battles between the Crown and some ... Minister for Maori Crown Relations Kelvin Davis will be part of a ...


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Cultivating a new industry for the BOP

Wepiha Health Co is a newly-created entity led by Maori clinical researchers and academics, agriculturalists and leading pharmacists, which is ...


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NZ Maori Council warns Greens Minister

The New Zealand Maori Council has once again questioned the Minister involved in approving another deal that has seen a foreign owned company ...


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Innocent until proven guilty? Not if you're Māori, poor or homeless

To many New Zealanders the link between remand and the presumption of innocence may not be necessarily clear. Let me explain. When a person ...


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Te Pūtake o te Riri: Fierce welcome for Ardern and Māori ministers

Hundreds of Māori toa, warriors, have given Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Māori ministers a fierce welcome to Owae Marae in Waitara for the ...


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England could face fine following their response to New Zealand's haka

England's players revealed that Eddie Jones was behind the plan to counter New Zealand's traditional Maori challenge in order to show they were ...


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The voices of Maori living with a disability

“This is an opportunity for the voices and stories of Maori living with a physical or intellectual disability to be heard. No more shall our peoples only live ...


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