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Preserve, protect, empower: Join the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council: Shepparton News

By Taylah Baker Victorian Traditional Owners are invited to apply for positions on the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council and play a...

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Tasmanian Devil tooth among significant finds at Juukan cave site: NITV

Artefacts and braided hair are among “mind blowing” finds from excavations of 46,000-year-old rock shelters in Western Australia, notoriously destroyed...

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Tasmanian Devil tooth among ‘mind-blowing’ finds in destroyed Juukan Gorge cave: The Age

By Peter Milne The first physical evidence that Tasmanian Devils once lived in the Pilbara is among the discoveries made...

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Dieback summit looks for solutions as ancient bunya pine ‘skeletons’ spread beyond national parks: ABC Rural

ABC Rural / By Jennifer Nichols A “heartbreaking” stand of “skeletons” along one of Sunshine Coast’s most popular scenic drives is sobering evidence...

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Massacre site of First Nations people to be renamed 180 years on: The Standard

By Jessica Greenan A derogatorily named creek in Caramut which was the site of a massacre of First Nations people will be renamed....

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University of Melbourne’s Return to Country program celebrates the genius of Indigenous engineering: ABC News

ABC Western Plains / By Jess McGuire and Jenaya Gibbs-Muir For thousands of years, carefully placed rocks in rivers and creeks have created fish and...

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Former soldier returns boomerang from nuclear test era to Maralinga’s traditional owners: ABC News

ABC Eyre Peninsula / By Amelia Costigan In the twilight of his life, a former Maralinga soldier is doing his best to right...

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Cocanarup Conservation Alliance celebrates clearing permit refusal as lithium explorer Bulletin Resources flags appeal: ABC News

ABC Esperance / By Emily JB Smith Chris Biddulph sits beneath a canopy of centuries-old salmon gums and bellows a triumphant “cheers!” Corks...

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Great Barrier Reef discovery overturns belief Aboriginal Australians did not make pottery, archaeologists say: The Guardian

Paper dates 82 pottery pieces found in single dig site at between 3,000 and 2,000 years old The pieces are...

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