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Indigenous Jelly Bush honey, the most powerful honey in the world

For almost 3 decades New Zealand’s famous Manuka honey has been known to be a powerful natural treatment for healing wounds and fighting infections....

10 Indigenous statues that Australia desperately needs

Last week Malcolm Turnbull was advised of the importance that statues can play in the prevention of terrorist attacks in populated public spaces. The...

The original fresh food people: Aboriginal bush meats

When people ask about Australian cuisine, a lot of people are left scratching their heads. They may mention vegemite, steak, sausages & prawns but...

What would Australia look like today without colonisation?

I've had this conversation many times over the years both online & in person. Finally just the other day I stumbled across a picture...

Kmart to install over 200 Acknowledgment of Traditional Owner plaques across...

Earlier this year, Kmart reached out to the small Aboriginal owned company, Aboriginal Steel Art to commission the installation of Acknowledgement of Traditional Owner...

Adnate’s Aboriginal mural journey

Matt Adnate's journey as a well known street artist started to take off on the streets of Melbourne in 2011 and it didn't take...

The biggest Indigenous names in 2017 according to Google

We have turned to Google Trends to see who are the biggest Indigenous names of 2017 and the results might surprise you. If you...

Do Aboriginals feel the cold more than white people?

Australia is known as the hottest and driest continent on Earth & home to what we believe is the oldest population of humans on...

Welcome to country and Acknowledgement of country

Welcome to country ceremonies or speeches are often confused with acknowledgments of country speeches. There is a big difference between the two and this article...

Australia’s 10 biggest Aboriginal named cities

What are the 10 largest towns & cities in Australia that have Indigenous names? Some towns and cities have very distinct Aboriginal names but...

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