Australian racist train attack video: Accused released on bail

Teenager accused of shocking racist rant attack against train guard in Australia has apologised after video of the incident went viral.

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Woolworths pull racist singlets after Twitter backlash

Australian grocery giant Woolworths has been forced to apologise for stocking racist clothing following social media outrage.

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Sydney train racism video incident just one of many more

A video showing shocking racial slurs filmed on a Sydney train this month and uploaded to YouTube has had over 395,000 views prompting more than 1,300 comments. Unfortunately it is not an isolated incident in Australia.

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Australia Day T-shirt range labelled racist

Following an online furore where Aldi were accused of racism, the supermarket chain has apologised and removed the “Australia Est 1788” T-shirt range from stores.

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AFL is not racist says Bachar Houli

Richmond’s Bachar Houli hopes he won’t be attending an international sporting ceremony in September in which he is shortlisted to win a major award.

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Casual racism: It’s not just Australia

SUBCULTURE SLEUTH | In the aftermath of the Woolwich attack, our sleuth confronts an uncomfortable truth about his adopted homeland, one that has parallels to Australia.

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Let’s just admit it Australia, we’re racist

OPINION | In the wake of yet another racist incident in Australia involving Eddie McGuire and Adam Goodes, PAUL BLEAKLEY asks, is our jokey larrikinism masking a serious cultural problem of casual racism?

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AFL boss backs McGuire to stay with ‘Pies despite breach

The AFL has backed Collingwood’s refusal to stand down president Eddie McGuire for his racial comment directed at Sydney player Adam Goodes.

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Eddie McGuire sorry but won’t resign for Goodes gaffe

Media personality Eddie McGuire has apologised to Sydney AFL player Adam Goodes for suggesting he should promote the King Kong musical.

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Australia is ‘comfortably racist’ says UK comedian John Oliver

English comedian and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart regular, John Oliver, has described Australia as one of the most “comfortably racist” countries he had ever visited, claiming that prejudice against Lebanese-Australians was proof that racism in Australia was “undeniably specific”.

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Govt rejects Murdoch claim 457 visa language has been racist

Federal Assistant Treasurer David Bradbury says there’s nothing racist about protecting local jobs.

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