NATIONAL: Australia often looks at Aboriginal people through a negative lens. NICOLE WATSON* believes it is time we celebrate our positive attributes.
LALC LAND: The uncharted issue of black water rights is slowly gaining momentum across the country. *Craig Cromelin takes a closer look at the issue in his home state of NSW.
LALC LAND: Frank Walker, the NSW Labor Minister who guided the NSW Aboriginal Land Rights Act through parliament in 1983, passed away last month after a long battle with cancer.
LALC LAND: The NSW Aboriginal Land Rights Network would be aware that only a few weeks ago, Aunty June Barker of Lightning Ridge passed away. Tragically, her loving husband Uncle Roy also passed away only 12 days later, also in Lightning Ridge.
LALC LAND: A monthly round-up of issues facing the NSW Aboriginal land rights network, by Chairman of the NSW Aboriginal Land Council, Stephen Ryan.
NATIONAL: The Australian media has been in decline for a very long time, argues CHRIS GRAHAM*.
NATIONAL: The federal government is forging on with the NT intervention, and the outcomes thus far don’t matter, writes PROFESSOR JON ALTMAN.
NATIONAL: The intervention was sparked by the NT government-commissioned Little Children Are Sacred report. But how far removed is it from Stronger Futures, asks MICHAEL BRULL*.
NORTHERN TERRITORY: An area the size of Portugal has been signed off in the southern Tanami desert in the Northern Territory, making it the largest Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) in the country.
NORTHERN TERRITORY: Kwementyaye Briscoe’s aunty Patricia Morton-Thomas doesn’t know what the word ‘justice’ is supposed to mean.
AFL INDIGENOUS ROUND: This weekend the AFL celebrates and honours the contribution of Aboriginal players to the Aboriginal game of Marngrook, or as its commonly known, AFL.
AMAZING PEOPLE, PLACES: Chris Graham travelled to Central Australia to research the affects of the Northern Territory intervention.
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