Amy McQuire is a Darumbal and South Sea Islander woman who hails from Rockhampton in Queensland. She is editor of Tracker.
NATIONAL: For nearly a decade, Mick Peet has sat chained to his computer – trawling Facebook, email and his blog for any news of his lost daughter.
NORTHERN TERRITORY: It’s almost a tradition in its own right.
NATIONAL: There is an exciting movement currently occurring across the Pacific.
Idle No More is an Aboriginal-controlled protest movement, writes AMY MCQUIRE.
NATIONAL: The complexity of sentencing decisions is ill-covered by media, writes AMY MCQUIRE.
NATIONAL: AMY MCQUIRE speaks to one of Australia’s treasures – Archie Roach – about the album that helped him find light through his pain.
NATIONAL: The Aboriginal Legal Service of WA has slammed the state government’s push to expand mandatory and minimum sentencing laws, saying it will only jail more Aboriginal people.
NATIONAL: He’s the Aboriginal middleweight champion who recently out-pointed Anthony Mundine. Meet Daniel Geale.
NATIONAL: Follow the career of Aboriginal middleweight champion Daniel Geale.
NEW SOUTH WALES: The NSW Greens have called on the state government to publicly release a report into Aboriginal culture and heritage, four months after it committed to standalone legislation.
NATIONAL: Prime Minister Julia Gillard handed down Labor’s fifth progress report on its efforts Closing the Gap this morning, claiming it has met one target and is progressing on more.
ORIGIN II: Try scoring machine Nathan Merritt.
AMAZING PEOPLE, PLACES: Chris Graham travelled to Central Australia to research the affects of the Northern Territory intervention.
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