Can Australia heal the wounds of the past and move forward together?
Opinion: The past affects the present, and unless there is change, it will affect our future.
The W&J Traditional Owner's Council is one of the final barriers to one of the world's largest coal mines. And it is now scared its native title will be extinguished before its day in court.
"His dismissal of the Uluru Statement clearly showed no respect to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who participated in those significant dialogues."
The defence begins its submission into whether there will be a retrial over the murders of three Aboriginal children in the '90s.
A hearing into the murders of three Aboriginal children in the NSW mid north coast town of Bowraville in the early 90s began today before the NSW Court of Criminal Appeal.
Derek Bromley has spent three decades protesting his innocence over a 1984 murder.
"We were knocking on doors but no-one was answering".
Australian high school students are using a Facebook group of nearly 70,000 to share abusive and angry memes after an Indigenous Australian poet's work was included in their English exam.
How This Year's Nobel Peace Prize Winners Told The World About The Impact Of Nuclear Testing On Indigenous Peoples
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday.
Two new adverts aim to get Australians to check their own attitudes and prejudices, to stamp out casual racism.
“Police Held A Gun To My Head”, Claims Aboriginal Man Serving Time For A Murder He Says He Did Not Do
Kevin Henry was sentenced to life for the rape and murder of an Aboriginal woman in 1992. Twenty-five years on, he continues to maintain his innocence.
Aboriginal Parents Feel "An Overwhelming Sense Of Powerlessness" In Struggles With Child Protection System
Aboriginal families have similar views of what constitutes neglect as non-Aboriginal people, but face greater barriers in the child protection system, a new study says.
The radio host noted the racist term was not used in "polite conversation" in North America, right after he said it on live radio.
Tane Chatfield's family is calling for answers, after he died in custody on Friday afternoon.
The family of Yamatji woman Ms Dhu has been awarded an ex gratia payment by the WA Government, but say it wants accountability over her death.
Seventy delegates representing nine regions across Central Australia have released their own statement backing calls for a constitutionally-entrenched voice to parliament.
This Is Not The First Time The NT Government Has Left Aboriginal People Sleeping Rough, Says Community Organisation
Babies and children were left living on mattresses and in tents after the NT government failed to provide transitional housing in the remote community of Minyerri.
The UN's expert on Indigenous rights has called on Australia to put in place a national action plan on justice as a matter of priority.
The "Spirit Walker" Clinton Pryor spent a year walking across the continent to bring his demands to the nation's politicians. And now he worries it may have fallen on deaf ears.