Did we kill Dr Yunupingu? Poor fellow my country

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Dr G Yunupingu did not need to die; he was killed by a system that abandoned him, writes TESS LAWRENCE.

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Listening to the heart: what now for Indigenous recognition after the Uluru summit?

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Indigenous Australians are willing to negotiate. But are non-Indigenous Australians ready to enter into respectful negotiations? Or will they, once again, ignore the invitation?

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The gap of Indigenous disadvantage is being closed too slowly: report

Successes being achieved, but progress nationally is too slow, says new Closing The Gap report

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Stunning new findings date human arrival in Outback to 49,000 years ago

Incredible new research from remote Flinders cave puts human habitation of Australia’s interior back 10,000 earlier than thought and offers evidence that man co-existed with megafauna.

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Turnbull moved to tears over Indigenous woman’s lullaby

Malcolm Turnbull wells up when discussing Indigenous Australian culture and experiences with Stan Grant during interview at The Lodge.

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Australia: As superstitious as the rest of the world?

Where does the legend of the Australian cricketer’s ‘Devil’s number 87 come from? Are there any other peculiarly Australia superstitions?

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Australian Minister asks business to report ‘suspicious’ Vegemite buyers

Minister of Indigenous Affairs is pushing to limit the sales of Vegemite, saying it only leads to misery.

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Origins Festival highlights Indigenous Australia in London

Origins Festival of First Nations 2015 to feature Ilbijerri Theatre Company, Zugubal Dancers, and David Gulpilil film ‘The Tracker’.

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Indigenous Australia exhibition at British Museum raises questions and criticism

Various Aboriginal leaders and protesters have called for the repatriation of the British Museum’s collection of 6000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander objects.

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Prince Harry poses with Indigenous community residents during Australian tour

Prince Harry snapped pictures with residents of the small bush community of Wuggubun before continuing on his way with the Australian Army.

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Tony Abbott roasted for Indigenous “lifestyle choice” comment

Tony Abbott has been well and truly lambasted for calling living in remote communities a “lifestyle choice”. But nothing quite tops the grilling he’s received on Twitter from angry Australian voters.

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Indigenous Australians outraged at Abbott’s ‘nothing but bushes’ remarks

Angry and offended Australians lash out at Australia’s PM for saying the country was nothing more than a couple of bushes prior to colonization.

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Whitlam memorial: Pearson speech hailed as one of the greats

VIDEO | Noel Pearson delivers rousing ‘this old man’ eulogy at Gough Whitlam memorial service.

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Nova Peris denies using public money for love affair

Australian senator and former athletics star, Nova Peris, rejects claims she sought public funds to conduct an affair with fellow Olympian, Ato Bolton, after publication of explicit emails.

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