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The body of an Aboriginal teenager will be exhumed in the New South Wales city of Armidale today, in a new bid to find the truth about what happened in the lead...
Descendants of stolen wages victims in Queensland describe the compensation they are estimated to receive as 'disheartening'.
The Aboriginal Languages in Custody program has begun in Western Australia, with plans to roll it out across the state.
The Disability Royal Commission is hearing the experiences of First Nations people with disability and their family's interactions with the child protection systems.
More than just a fun video game challenge – the National NAIDOC Minecraft Challenge highlights the pathways needed to close the digital divide.
When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS, SBS VICELAND, NITV and SBS On Demand. Find out what's screening where and when.
Women artists explore the process of healing and renewal in the wake of the recent bushfire catastrophe in new exhibition.
After launching her debut play Cursed! Kodie Bedford shares what it’s been like creating theatre in isolation, writing about her ‘mad family’, and how speaking up...
An album that introduced the yidaki to Australian popular culture introduced to the Sounds of Australia registry.
The first all-Indigenous hearing for the Disability Royal Commission will commence in Brisbane next week, focusing on Indigenous parents living with a disability.
The Northern Territory government has announced the expansion of the McArthur River zinc mine, despite the authority responsible for the protection of Aboriginal...
Community groups have slammed a Senate inquiry's recommendation to expand the controversial cashless debit card scheme.
Introducing a new food series, a compelling justice documentary and of course, returning seasons of old favourites.
?After previously resisting calls to rename its product, parent company Saputo continues to sell its offensive 'C*** cheese' to the dismay of anti-racism advocates.
Mining magnate Fortescue Metals Group admits it withheld almost $2 million in royalties to Traditional Owners in Western Australia’s iron ore rich Pilbara region.
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