Former Recognise Director joins Circus Oz

Former Recognise campaign director Tanya Hosch has joined the board of directors at Circus Oz. Tanya certainly wears many hats as she is currently also...

Introducing the winners of the 2017 Dreamtime Awards

On Friday night some of the most influential Indigenous people from across the country converged on Sydney for the very first National Dreamtime Awards. The...

First Aboriginal woman elected to Victorian parliament ends 90 years of...

A strong sense of change is in the air around Melbourne this week after Lidia Thorpe became the very first Aboriginal person to be...

5 Superhuman abilities of Indigenous people

For thousands of years we have made use of our very own superhuman traits to help us survive and thrive across some of the...

The colour that divides us

I just thought we were the same... Even from my youngest memories I remember looking to family and never seeing colour but seeing their smiles,...

Malcolm Turnbull’s marriage equality speech was a slap in the face...

Today's marriage equality result was celebrated across the country today but the Prime Minister's speech was a slap in the face for Indigenous people. Mr...

Too Deadly: social media giant releases Aboriginal flag icons

Aboriginal flags and icons have begun to appear across Australia's third largest social media network this week. We are yet to see any official announcement...

Australia: Always was, always will be Aboriginal land

Australia always was and always will be Aboriginal land. This can't be denied. There are signs almost everywhere you look. Over the years we have...

60 minutes attempts to whitewash Australian history

60 minutes have attempted to whitewash Australian history while promoting their story of the Dutch Batavia shipwreck in 1629. Yesterday 60 Minutes aired a story...

Brisbane business owner publicly shamed Indigenous woman over social media

A Brisbane automotive business has taken to social media to publicly shame an Indigenous woman. The video was posted on Facebook last Wednesday and drew...

This Aboriginal Superfood is going viral around the world

Demand for another Aboriginal Superfood is sweeping across the world after a viral video was seen over 7 million times in 24 hours. The fruit...

Outrage over special ‘Aboriginal only’ bail conditions

Outrage is brewing online after news broke that NSW's Police Commissioner was seriously considering proposals for more lenient bail conditions for specifically for Aboriginal...

‘We made a huge mistake’ Uluru climb will stay open for...

After reassessment of the decision to ban climbing on Uluru, Elders have now decided to keep the climb open indefinitely. Amazingly the reason to keep...

Forensic science exposing Australia’s hidden genocide

Forensic science is beginning to help uncover some of Australia's darkest secrets. For decades there has been heated debate around how the Indigenous population in...

NAIDOC 2018 theme: Because of her, we can!

The 2018 NAIDOC theme was announced today and it is a celebration of our Indigenous women past and present. "Because of her, we can", is...

This City Council is sowing the seeds of reconciliation

Social media users were delighted last month when pictures of Aboriginal flag flower beds went viral. We think it's the little things that count, with...

This Yolngu man has his very own pet crocodile

Vision has been sent in to us from Arnhem land where one Yolngu man claims to have his very own wild pet crocodile. The vision...

Julie Bishop and the plan to ban teaching Aboriginal culture in...

It might not be making national headlines and Julie Bishop may not even be aware, but her comments from over 10 years ago are...

Queensland station owner had 40 sets of Aboriginal ears nailed to...

A determined writer from W.A is lifting the lid on some of the worst crimes ever seen in Australia. The genocidal killing of Indigenous...

Iconic Lobby restaurant reclaimed by Aboriginal tent embassy in Canberra

New life has been breathed into the iconic Lobby restaurant in Canberra after it was reclaimed by Ngunnawal people with the support of the...