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School's in, the work's hard and hopes are sky high - The Australian


The Australian

School's in, the work's hard and hopes are sky high
The Australian
It's not an unusual dream for a teenage girl, but Dannelle, 16, and her peers at Yirara College, Australia's largest all-indigenous boarding school, are anything but ordinary. Dannelle is from the remote indigenous community of Elliott, 770km north of ...

School's in, the work's hard and hopes are sky high - The Australian


The Australian

School's in, the work's hard and hopes are sky high
The Australian
It's not an unusual dream for a teenage girl, but Dannelle, 16, and her peers at Yirara College, Australia's largest all-indigenous boarding school, are anything but ordinary. Dannelle is from the remote indigenous community of Elliott, 770km north of ...

Australian democracy: People speak, but will leaders listen? - The Canberra Times


The Canberra Times

Australian democracy: People speak, but will leaders listen?
The Canberra Times
Trust has been on the decline across the world and Australia is no exception - the repeated failures of our leaders to bridge the partisan divide and find solutions to energy policy, housing affordability, climate change and indigenous recognition only ...

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Tales with a catch: dive into the history of Australia's waters - The Australian


The Australian

Tales with a catch: dive into the history of Australia's waters
The Australian
He details stories of fishing from early European voyages. He notes that for tens of thousands of years before that “Aboriginal people had been fishing these waters with spears, hooks, nets and traps, and gathering shellfish from the beaches, rocks and ...

Aboriginal man Arthur Butler's Christmas wish to be Father Christmas for school comes true - NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

Aboriginal man Arthur Butler's Christmas wish to be Father Christmas for school comes true
NEWS.com.au
Aboriginal man Arthur Butler's Christmas wish to be Father Christmas for school comes true ... Happy Valley Primary School contacted the Aboriginal man from Kurralta Park after reading about his desire to play Father Christmas in The Advertiser last week.

Kristallnacht survivor meets descendants of Australian protester - SBS


SBS

Kristallnacht survivor meets descendants of Australian protester
SBS
Eighty years ago, Nazi leaders unleashed a series of pogroms against the Jewish population in Germany in what became known as Kristallnacht, the beginning of the Holocaust. On the other side of the world, one Australian man responded. Aboriginal elder ...

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An Indigenous 'Voice to Parliament' would strengthen Australia's democracy: Stan Grant - WAtoday


WAtoday

An Indigenous 'Voice to Parliament' would strengthen Australia's democracy: Stan Grant
WAtoday
A constitutionally-enshrined Indigenous "Voice to Parliament" would strengthen Australia's democracy in a time of global uncertainty, journalist Stan Grant has declared, suggesting it was a profound expression of confidence in the country's political ...

An Indigenous 'Voice to Parliament' would strengthen Australia's democracy: Stan Grant - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

An Indigenous 'Voice to Parliament' would strengthen Australia's democracy: Stan Grant
The Sydney Morning Herald
A constitutionally-enshrined Indigenous "Voice to Parliament" would strengthen Australia's democracy in a time of global uncertainty, journalist Stan Grant has declared, suggesting it was a profound expression of confidence in the country's political ...

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An Indigenous 'Voice to Parliament' would strengthen Australia's democracy: Stan Grant - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

An Indigenous 'Voice to Parliament' would strengthen Australia's democracy: Stan Grant
The Sydney Morning Herald
A constitutionally-enshrined Indigenous "Voice to Parliament" would strengthen Australia's democracy in a time of global uncertainty, journalist Stan Grant has declared, suggesting it was a profound expression of confidence in the country's political ...
Uluru Statement is a plea for indigenous to be heard: Stan GrantThe Australian

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Something Wild releases Kakadu Plum yoghurt by Fleurieu Milk Company - NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

Something Wild releases Kakadu Plum yoghurt by Fleurieu Milk Company
NEWS.com.au
The native fruit has been used to create a new yoghurt to help broaden the bush food's appeal and provide income for the Aboriginal women who harvest it. It's a collaboration between Adelaide-based Something Wild Australia, an indigenous-owned supplier ...

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NIMA Launches Australia-First National Indigenous Music Charts - Katherine Times


Katherine Times

NIMA Launches Australia-First National Indigenous Music Charts
Katherine Times
The best of the best Indigenous music can now be heard in one place with the launch of Australia's very first Indigenous music chart. Compiled weekly, the charts will create a list of the most-heard Indigenous songs across Australian radio. Commercial ...

NIMA Launches Australia-First National Indigenous Music Charts - Katherine Times


Katherine Times

NIMA Launches Australia-First National Indigenous Music Charts
Katherine Times
The best of the best Indigenous music can now be heard in one place with the launch of Australia's very first Indigenous music chart. Compiled weekly, the charts will create a list of the most-heard Indigenous songs across Australian radio. Commercial ...

John Moriarty Foundation expands program to produce professional ... - ABC News


ABC News

John Moriarty Foundation expands program to produce professional ...
ABC News
Despite huge participation numbers of junior Indigenous footballers, few reach football's professional ranks. With plans for 12 new training sites, the John ...
Australian football news: Indigenous football program, FFA ...Fox Sports
Huge boost for John Moriarty FootballFTBL Australia

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John Moriarty Foundation expands program to produce professional Indigenous footballers - ABC News


ABC News

John Moriarty Foundation expands program to produce professional Indigenous footballers
ABC News
In Australia's remotest corners football is played endlessly on dirt roads and in the bush. And yet despite boasting huge participation numbers of junior footballers, the sport has one of the lowest rates of Indigenous players in its professional ranks ...
Indigenous football program given $4.5 million funding boostThe World Game
FFA announces $4.5m boost for indigenous footballSunshine Coast Daily
Huge boost for John Moriarty FootballFTBL Australia

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Preventing violence against Indigenous women needs to be on the national agenda - SBS


SBS

Preventing violence against Indigenous women needs to be on the national agenda
SBS
The physical, verbal, sexual and emotional abuse that Indigenous women suffer is often more severe than non-Indigenous women and it receives far less public attention. In Australia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women report experiencing ...
Adelaide Crows Academy in Port AugustaThe Transcontinental

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Preventing violence against Indigenous women needs to be on the national agenda - SBS


SBS

Preventing violence against Indigenous women needs to be on the national agenda
SBS
The physical, verbal, sexual and emotional abuse that Indigenous women suffer is often more severe than non-Indigenous women and it receives far less public attention. In Australia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women report experiencing ...

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Song and dance about Aboriginal leader's protest - Eternity News


Eternity News

Song and dance about Aboriginal leader's protest
Eternity News
Here in Australia, a 78-year-old Christian Aboriginal elder named William Cooper was so incensed by newspaper reports of the violence that he wrote a letter asking the Nazi government to end the persecution of its citizens. At a time when Aboriginal ...

The National Indigenous Music Awards has launched Australia's first Indigenous music chart - The Industry Observer


The Industry Observer

The National Indigenous Music Awards has launched Australia's first Indigenous music chart
The Industry Observer
The National Indigenous Music Awards have made Australian music history today, partnering with Radio Monitor and the SGC Group to launch Australia's first Indigenous music chart. Designed to help bring the works of Indigenous musicians to the forefront ...

Indigenous football program given $4.5 million funding boost - The World Game


The World Game

Indigenous football program given $4.5 million funding boost
The World Game
Founded by first indigenous Socceroo John Moriarty - and his son James - in his birth place of Borroloola in Australia's Top End, the program has been recognised globally including finishing in the top three at the prestigious FIFA Diversity Awards in ...
FFA announces $4.5m boost for indigenous footballSunshine Coast Daily

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FFA announces $4.5m boost for indigenous football - Sunshine Coast Daily


Sunshine Coast Daily

FFA announces $4.5m boost for indigenous football
Sunshine Coast Daily
FOOTBALL Federation Australia has announced a three-year partnership with the Federal Government and John Moriarty Football in a huge boost to indigenous participation in the sport. The deal expands the existing indigenous football program to 12 new ...
FFA announce expansion of indigenous football program with building of 12 new centresFox Sports
Indigenous football program given $4.5 million funding boostThe World Game

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