Endangered fish returns to Murray in record numbers since the Millennium drought
Land and water stakeholders are overjoyed to find the threatened southern pygmy perch returning to the Murray River in record numbers.
Published: Source: ABC RiverlandTopic: Fish
Mother charged with murder of three children who were found dead after Port Hedland fire
The mother of the three children who were found dead after a house fire in Port Hedland in WA's Pilbara region is due to face a Perth court accused of murder and criminal damage by fire.
Published: Source: ABC NewsTopic: House Fire
Pope Francis apologises to Canada's Indigenous people for 'evil committed by so many Christians'
Pope Francis issues an in-person apology for the Catholic Church's cooperation with a "catastrophic" policy that forced Canada's Indigenous people to assimilate into Christian society.
Published: Source: ABC NewsTopic: Religious Leaders
Driver tells inquest he ran from police night Aboriginal man drowned
A friend of Gomeroi man Gordon Copeland said he fled from officers because there was "more of a chance of them bashing you or doing something to you" in a remote location.
Published: Source: ABC New EnglandTopic: Courts and Trials
Pope Francis set to apologise for abuse of Canadian Indigenous people in Christian schools
In what he has described as a "penitential voyage", Pope Francis has travelled to Canada where he is expected to apologise to Indigenous people for abuse by missionaries at state-funded Christian schools.
Published: Source: ABC NewsTopic: Indigenous (Other Peoples)
Community opinion divided over proposal to change 'offensive' creek name in far north Queensland
For some, the cool waters of Blackfellow Creek simply offers relief from the sweltering summer heat of Cairns and fond childhood memories. To others its name is a reminder of the pain colonisation brought to Indigenous Australians.
Published: Source: ABC Far NorthTopic: Indigenous Culture
The intervention left an ugly scar on Helen's community, but she hopes one measure remains
After 15 years, alcohol bans imposed on some Indigenous communities during the intervention have come to an end. We speak to community leaders about what's ahead.
Published: Source: ABC NewsTopic: Alcohol
Government announces funding for customers of collapsed funeral fund
Four months after a funeral insurer collapsed, leaving thousands of First Nations customers out of pocket, the government offers funding to cover funerals.
Published: Source: ABC NewsTopic: Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander)
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