‘The spotlight’s on Australia’:Indigenous diplomat says world took note of Voice vote
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‘The spotlight’s on Australia’:Indigenous diplomat says world took note of Voice vote

Justin Mohamed is Australia’s first diplomat for Indigenous issues. He is determined to make sure his people’s voices are heard around the world.

  • byRob Harris

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We still believe:Please,WA,have those hard conversations again

We still believe:Please,WA,have those hard conversations again

Some of us were prepared for the outcome of the referendum. What none of us were prepared for was the shift in the behaviour of a certain section of society.

  • byStephen Morrison,Rodney Carpio andCindy Sambo
Ken Wyatt is not known for anger. But when he read his family’s government files ...

Ken Wyatt is not known for anger. But when he read his family’s government files ...

The former minister for Indigenous Australians thought he knew everything about the heartache of his people. Then he read about the treatment of his forebears.

  • byVictoria Laurie
Days of grand gestures for Indigenous reconciliation over:Cook
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Days of grand gestures for Indigenous reconciliation over:Cook

“The reason why I say that I think the nature of our society nowadays is such that we won’t see these big,grand social projects or social gestures,” WA Premier Roger Cook said.

  • byHamish Hastie
‘Not well received’ at Harvard,these two writers maintain the rage

‘Not well received’ at Harvard,these two writers maintain the rage

Writer Tony Birch reflects on how Miles Franklin Award-winner Kim Scott has intrigued and inspired him.

  • byJane Gleeson-White
Lowanna Grant stayed living with mum Karla into her 30s. Here’s why

Lowanna Grant stayed living with mum Karla into her 30s. Here’s why

The journalists work together,watch TV together – then there’s the tattoos ...

  • byFenella Souter
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From the footy field to the stage for this Indigenous dancer

From the footy field to the stage for this Indigenous dancer

Indigenous dancer Thomas ES Kelly says his work SILENCE has a message for all Australians.

  • byChantal Nguyen
How police leadership responded to union boss’s inflammatory article

How police leadership responded to union boss’s inflammatory article

The views described as an “outward racist ideology” lit up parliament,the media,and parts of community. Emails and texts now shed light on internal responses.

  • byMatt Dennien
Silence descends:Our inability to discuss difficult issues has never been more obvious

Silence descends:Our inability to discuss difficult issues has never been more obvious

Never more than in the past week have we seen national discussion on major issues marked by the mass silencing of everyone outside the extremes.

  • bySean Kelly
‘I don’t think we’ll ever get to the end of it’:Swans great despairs about ongoing racism

‘I don’t think we’ll ever get to the end of it’:Swans great despairs about ongoing racism

Michael O’Loughlin discusses the racism he faced as a junior player,supporting Indigenous kids,the Voice referendum and Adam Goodes.

  • byMalcolm Conn
Filmmaker Rachel Perkins to chair prestigious arts school at ‘crisis point’

Filmmaker Rachel Perkins to chair prestigious arts school at ‘crisis point’

The stakes are make or break. AFTRS is one of eight colleges warning of a looming financial crunch impacting skills training ahead of the next federal budget.

  • byLinda Morris