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Wednesday, 20 November 2019

Colonial Frontier Massacres researchers add dozens of sites to map of Aboriginal killings

Western Australia's Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Ben Wyatt said his State Government is continuing to come to terms with its role in these events.


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The Uluru Statement from the Heart and the 'end of silence'

The idea behind the Uluru Statement is to provide full inclusion of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voice in the Australian Parliament, as well ...


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Doctor to face medical board over Miss Dhu's death

... ill Aboriginal woman back to a police lockup the night before she died of septicaemia and pneumonia will face the Medical Board of Australia in ...


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'Where is the love... for Aboriginal people?': Black Eyed Peas

... Brisbane to Sydney, Black Eyed Peas' will-i-am leads the group in a show of solidarity with Aboriginal people and other minority groups in Australia.


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Ben Quilty paints trauma of Myall Creek and other Australian massacre sites in Rorschach ...

Johnstone's painting presents a romantic vision of Australian landscape with ... One of the cruel ironies for Quilty, who studied Aboriginal culture and ...


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The perfect holiday in Western Australia – our expert's ultimate itinerary

There's also the intrigue of Australia's “other side”, one that's off the ... Join the Aboriginal guide for a 10am walking tour of Elizabeth Quay, Perth's new ...


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Convicted fraudster Craig Robert Dale linked to corruption scandal accused Paul Whyte as East ...

... Paul Whyte as East Kimberley Aboriginal community rebuild embroiled in ... have digital access included in their subscription to The West Australian.


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Great Northern Highway upgrades continue

An incentivised Aboriginal participation scheme has been included in the ... Western Australian Transport Minister, Rita Saffioti, said the works were ...


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Nancy Brunning put Māori woman at 'forefront of story-telling'

The performing arts community has paid tribute to Nancy Brunning as a powerful actress, and advocate for wāhine Māori characters to be centre stage ...


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Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei welcomes Environment Court decision

Importantly, the Court noted that Councils “must face up to the complexity of issues in all facets of resource consenting, whether of a Maori cultural ...


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Armed Response Teams: change in remit worries Māori leaders

Māori leaders are alarmed that armed police squads set up to tackle serious crime will also deal with low-level offending. A still taken from video ...


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South Auckland residents in strife over Māori housing project

South Auckland residents in strife over Māori housing project ... for about 30 years and after buying the property from Housing New Zealand in 2016, ...


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Journal showcases positive progress by Maori communities

Journal showcases positive progress by Maori communities ... workers, health practitioners and researchers from New Zealand and around the world.


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Moana New Zealand supports WWF and Māui63 initiative

Moana New Zealand, Aotearoa's largest Māori-owned seafood company, is throwing its support behind the initiative announced yesterday by ...


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New housing part of support for Kaumātua

The Government is building special housing to accommodate one of Aotearoa's greatest taonga- our kaumātua, says the Minister for Māori ...


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Time for real leadership for Maori in Labour?

Maori were dissed twice by Labour in our generation, and lost their seats to NZ First and then later to the Maori Party tossing Labour onto the ...


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