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Victorian government announces funding to safeguard Aboriginal cultural heritage: NIT

Dechlan Brennan  The Victorian government has announced backing for the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Fund in order to help Traditional Owners...

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Traditional owners angry after Beetaloo gas company Empire Energy fails to report stone tools find to regulator: ABC

By Jane Bardon Traditional owners are calling on the Northern Territory government to not allow a fracking company to move from...

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Kakadu’s Jeffrey Lee plans to invite tourists to Koongarra despite ongoing park closures: ABC

By Jane Bardon After years of frustration about the lengthy closures of key attractions across Northern Territory’s Kakadu National Park, visitors may soon get the...

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Parks Australia to plead guilty over alleged sacred site damage at Kakadu’s Gunlom Falls: ABC

By Steve Vivian Parks Australia has announced it will plead guilty in criminal proceedings alleging it violated a sacred site in...

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UN committee finds Australian and WA governments potentially breached racial discrimination convention: EDO

A prominent United Nations committee has made serious findings against the Australian and Western Australian governments in relation to their...

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UN committee says WA government’s botched handling of Aboriginal heritage could be racial discrimination convention breach: ABC

ABC Kimberley / By Rosanne Maloney A United Nations committee has accused Australia of breaching international racial discrimination conventions over failed changes to...

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App designed by Indigenous people in WA’s northern Goldfields helps preserve language and culture: ABC

ABC Goldfields / By Giulia Bertoglio View the story on the ABC website here to see the associated video. Huddled together, a bunch...

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The British Museum holds thousands of items from Indigenous Australia. Why can’t they return them? NITV

Conversations between communities and institutions around the world are ramping up, with museums and universities agreeing to return culturally significant...

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NT government fails to secure land use consent from traditional owners for Red Centre Adventure ride: ABC News

ABC Alice Springs / By Stewart Brash, Emma Haskin, and Myles Houlbrook-Walk A multi-million dollar mountain bike ride has been labelled a “dead duck” by...

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