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ABC Alice Springs Juvenile Crime Wave Report Slammed by Indigenous Leaders Warrne Mundine Jacinta Price

Indigenous and political leaders have criticized the ABC for labeling an Alice Springs crime wave crisis meeting as “filled with…

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Jacinta Nampijinpa Price, Warren Mundine lead Indigenous Voice to Parliament ‘No’ campaign

The group seeking to stop the proposed Indigenous vote in parliament has officially kicked off its ‘No’ campaign, arguing that…

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ABC Patricia Karvelas ‘cautioned’ for calling Indigenous Affairs Ministers Linda Burney a ‘legend’

ABC presenter is ‘warned’ about bias after calling Indigenous Affairs minister Linda Burney a ‘legend’ on Twitter By Antoinette Milienos…

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The chaos in Alice Springs shows why Indigenous Voice to Parliament is not working, says David Littleproud

Nationals leader David Littleproud has accused Anthony Albanese of causing the law and order crisis in Alice Springs by not…

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Native male Marcus Stewart and Voice advocate declined Intrusion Day march – WhatsNew2Day

Countless Australians collected for Intrusion Day rallies throughout the nation on Thursday, however one popular Native activist declined to participate.…

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Peta Credlin warns the Indigenous Voice to Paement will be the END of Australia Day

Peta Credlin’s Australia Day caution: Why today will be the LAST time Aussies mark January 26th if the country choose…

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‘Galling for somebody like me’: Native honours receivers state date ought to alter

Robert Morgan (Officer of the Order), acknowledged for his management in the fields of health and education, First Nations languages…

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Australia

‘Galling for someone like me’: Indigenous honours recipients say date should change

Robert Morgan (Officer of the Order), recognised for his leadership in the fields of health and education, First Nations languages…

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There are 25 openly financed statues of colonial figures in Sydney however none Native individuals

Native artists and activists rage at an absence of representation in Sydney’s public art landscape with the 25 statues honouring…

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Family of Indigenous Greens candidate Donna Nelson detained in Japan say she was victim of love scam

Indigenous Greens candidate detained in Japan accused of drug trafficking was victim of a love scam by a Nigerian man…

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