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Friday, 6 December 2019

Goals open up for Clontarf students with funding boost to grow across WA

Hundreds of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander boys across WA will have access to mentors and support to complete secondary education after a ...


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Indigenous citizenship test: lawyers argue up to a third of Australians at risk of deportation

Court hears Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders cannot be deported as aliens ... He asked the court to give “weight to Aboriginal Australians as the first ...


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Pauline Hanson faces the sack for suggesting Aborigines should be DNA tested before receiving ...

The group, headed by Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt, does not have any formal powers but is aimed at achieving consensus in ...


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Mount Arapiles near Grampians National Park may be closed to climbers, sacred Aboriginal rock ...

Sacred Indigenous rock art has been found at one of the country's most ... Grampians is home to 90 per cent of south-eastern Australia's Aboriginal ...


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Wāhine Māori in violent relationships fearful of system designed to help - report

The E Tū Wāhine, E Tū Whānau report, by the Auckland University of Technology, found Māori women experience racist and judgemental attitudes, ...


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Wahine share life stories through art

Verity Johnson says they 18 include two Wāhine Māori who share their experiences of starting a business and dealing with issues mental house, ...


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Rangatahi voice heard in reo summit

The co-chair of iwi-led te reo Māori promotion agency Te Mātāwa co-chair Mereana Selby says the days of pakeke and kaumatua working seperately ...


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Building Māori research capability

Supporting Maori health researchers helps grow workforce capability and enables emerging leaders to engage with policy-makers.


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