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Friday, 8 November 2019

Amazing Activities To Be Done In Australia In 2020

More than just a walk, it is a spiritual journey into Palawa which is the oldest aboriginal culture here. This 20 miles guided walk will be lead by an Elder ...


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Sydney Council Proposes To Scrap Australia Day Plans

Yabun is held on January 26, the same as Australia Day, and is 'the largest one day gathering and recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ...


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Unemployed father-of-five down to his last $90 after being rejected for 1000 jobs takes to the side ...

As Mrs Pallett is an Aboriginal Australian, she can access the Indigenous Employment Program, which helps Aboriginal people secure work.


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Aboriginal remains to come home

Aboriginal remains to come home ... Several elders from across Australia will travel to Leipzig in Germany for an official handover of 42 ancestors' ...


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JT to star at 9th Aboriginal Economic Development Forum in Darwin

Rugby league legend Johnathan Thurston AM is among the high profile Indigenous Australians in Darwin this week to take part in the Northern ...


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Remote Aboriginal Community in SA runs out of drinking water

Residents of Scotdesco in South Australia say they've been without clean drinking water for days. They're urging the State Government to include ...


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PM awards dual winners of Australian Mental Health Prize

Ita Buttrose, Chair of the Australian Mental Health Prize Advisory Group said ... As Aboriginal people, we have some of the highest suicide rates in the ...


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$877 million: Annual Cost of Perinatal Depression and Anxiety in Australia

There are also different risk factors among fathers and partners, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, Culturally and Linguistically ...


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Police launch strategy to reduce Māori re-offending by 25 percent

It's one of many targets set out in their new Māori strategy - Te Huringa o Te Tai - launched at Pipitea Marae in Wellington last night. Māori make up 51 ...


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How Shane Jones' fire is burning New Zealand's Indian community

Still, I would argue that these Kiwi-Indians have played a major role in shaping modern New Zealand – along with Māori, Pākehā and other ...


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I swapped a career in forensics for fashion and now I'm showing collections in London!

... felt like a dream," gushes Dot, the only New Zealand designer to feature. ... was recently awarded a Queen's Service Medal for services to Māori art).


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Emus spread their wings in NZ

The group of young men and women took part in various fixtures against New Zealand schools and teams, taking in the proud Maori culture in the ...


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'The Māori trouble' at Waitara: Revisiting the Taranaki wars and myths set in stone

In the opening scenes of NZ Wars: The Stories of Waitara, a young wahine methodically plants her kūmara crops in the fertile Taranaki soil, unaware ...


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Whāriki: new book on Māori community entrepreneurship

All are examples of Māori-owned business forging a distinctive identity in New Zealand's economic and social future. Based on a five-year research ...


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Māori carving to strengthen ties between Taranaki firefighters and iwi

Fire and Emergency New Zealand Maori liaison officer Hori Mana blows a pūtātara, a Māori shell trumpet, at a ceremony to unveil at carving at New ...


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Lessons from First Nations environmental land, water care

Maori have asserted their sovereign rights to forge agreements which grant the Whanganui River and the Te Urewera ...


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