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    Indigenous leaders fear race attacks amid Aus' NT tensions

    Aboriginal leaders in Australia’s Northern Territory say they’re fearful tensions related to surging crime could boil over in the form of vigilante attacks, and that they’re being ignored in resourcing to fix the problem.

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    Wiradjuri man calls on mining mogul to apologise for father's racist comments

    Wiradjuri man James Blackwell says the controversy that led to Hancock Prospecting canning its sponsorship of the Australia Diamonds netball team “absurd”.

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    Death of Aboriginal teenager after 'racist attack' sparks national vigil in Australia

    Australia is a nation grappling with racism both past, present, and future.

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    Little meeting indigenous Aussies, politicians on constitutional reform talks

    Australia is hoping to learn from New Zealand’s experience negotiating settlement and co-governance strategies. as its new government seemingly looks for a reset of relations with aboriginal Australians.

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    Aboriginal artist's deep connections to te ao Māori

    By Waimanea Nuri, Te Rito journalism cadet. Allan McKenzie is an Aboriginal artist who is deeply connected to his culture and is inspired to create art based on Māori values.

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    Aboriginal taonga to be returned to Australia after 100 years in Otago

    Six aboriginal Australian taonga that have been kept in an Otago museum for more than a century will finally be returned.

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    Dharug Ngurra nation opposes marae in Sydney

    A plan for a first-of-its-kind marae built in Sydney's outer suburbs across the ditch, is being met with resistance by the indigenous people there.

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    Victoria's Indigenous leaders call for NAIDOC Week to be turned into public holiday

    Originally reported by NITV. Leaders of Indigenous communities of Victoria in Australia, are calling on the state government to mark NAIDOC Week as a public holiday.

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    First nations calling for inclusion in Australian constitution

    In Australia’s capital, Canberra, a gathering at the aboriginal tent embassy outside the old parliament house is one of the world’s longest-running protests for the rights of indigenous people.

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