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Airlines, families elated by new Australia-New Zealand travel bubble

Children held balloons and banners and Indigenous Maori performers welcomed the arrivals home with songs. The start of quarantine-free travel was a ... View article...

An Ancient Indigenous Drink is Revived, Illuminating Australian History

Today, in some Australian Indigenous communities, ancient fermentation practices are being revived, albeit on a small scale. In 2013, the Tasmanian ... View article...

It wasn't something we were willing to let absorb us”: Aboriginal brand Clothing The Gap to ...

Aboriginal streetwear brand Clothing The Gap has rebranded following a ... while also educating non-Indigenous folks and inspiring conversation. ... when it comes to the divide between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, ... View article...

Indigenous master weaver Glenda Nicholls preserving cultural practices on a grand scale

When Indigenous artist Glenda Nicholls began making fishing nets using ... Miwi Milloo in February last year, COVID-19 had just reached Australia. View article...

Why Māori are to be hit hardest by climate change, and what two east coast iwi are doing about it

Shellfish are particularly vulnerable, largely immobile and unable to simply move habitat as the waters warmed and became more acidic. Ora Barlow- ... View article...

Auckland Welcomes Returning Family And Friends

... Welcome Home/Nau Mai Rā in both te reo Māori and English at the arrivals hall. The opening of the New Zealand – Australia border is a major step forward, ... closely with Tourism New Zealand to complement itsmarketingactivity. View article...

Māori teens three times more likely to die after major trauma than non-Māori

With millions of New Zealanders turning to us every day, it's our mission to make Aotearoa a better place. But the way journalism is funded is changing ... View article...

Vegas keeps the Māori warrior-gangster trope alive for another generation

It was funded last year alongside season two of One Lane Bridge and upcoming series The Panthers as part of NZ On Air's Te Rautaki Māori strategy. View article...

Australians over 50 to be given access to COVID vaccine after National Cabinet changes

The number of administration sites continues to expand with 4,500 general practices, general practice respiratory centres and Aboriginal health ... View article...

Australia's oldest Aboriginal man, Ngarla elder Stephen Stewart, has lived a 'wild', remarkable life

That makes him the oldest Aboriginal man still alive in West Australia's Pilbara region, if not the entire country. "I am the last one," Mr Stewart said. View article...

Aboriginal business loses legal battle with US clothing giant The Gap

We used the word 'Gap' in our brand in reference to 'Close The Gap' an Australian health initiative focused on closing the gap between Australian and ... View article...

Aboriginal deaths in custody reflect the poor health of Australia's democracy

Look closely and it becomes even more alarming. In Western Australia, 40 per cent of prisoners are Indigenous. In the Northern Territory, it is more than ... View article...

Primary care gaps boost asthma rate

Māori children were hospitalised with asthma at twice the rate of non-Māori children, according to a new Auckland University. Liggins Institute ... View article...

Proud To Be Māori

Te Whānau o Waipareira has launched a powerful campaign this morning; unapologetically celebrating Māori identity with a message of resilience ... View article...

Why should Māori trust the Covid-19 vaccine?

Hamilton-born Rarere, now living across the ditch in Brisbane, has counted more than 40 of his New Zealand-based relatives sharing ideas like these ... View article...

Report Finds Inequities For Māori Following Major Trauma

The report found that Māori were 37 percent more likely than non-Māori not to get an initial CT scan and 56 percent more likely to die in the first 30 ... View article...

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Three decades on, officials still under fire over Aboriginal deaths in custody

But Ms Braybrook said the number of Indigenous women in Victorian prisons had increased exponentially overall, with figures from the Australian ... View article...

Indigenous academic apologises for calling African crime study 'racist'

The authors carried out the research in part to examine the hypothesis that young Sudanese-Australians were over-represented in crime statistics as a ... View article...

Indigenous scholars struggle to be heard in the mainstream

As one of the editors, Professor Jacinta Ruru, lamented, “Māori academics are lonely, isolated and struggling to be heard.” The problem with publishing. View article...