Australia’s defense relationships in the Pacific are extremely important as China steps up, a parliamentary inquiry has found.
Native & Island Peoples
Making coercive control a crime could have “unintended consequences” for Aboriginal women, a women’s violence service says.
An Aboriginal girl wanted a female magistrate to hear her criminal trial for cultural reasons.
An Australian federal inquiry makes 88 recommendations.
One of the world’s biggest zinc and lead mines is set to enter negotiations with traditional owners after alleged damage to Aboriginal cultural sites.
Archeologists are using artificial intelligence to study how Aboriginal rock painting developed over thousands of years.
The Kakadu National Park will ask the government to intervene in a court case after it disturbed Aboriginal sacred site.
Labor senator Pat Dodson says country on track for another royal commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody.
Traditional owners and scientists collaborating to design steps to tackle climate change issues.