Now is the perfect chance to recognise First Nations people and our long and strong contribution to this nation. Only then will reconciliation be possible.
- by Shelley Reys
Australians are more aware than ever of the impact of colonialism on Indigenous people and it's time to take 'brave' actions towards reconciliation, a new report says.
- by Angus Livingston
The federal minister for supply, Howard Beale, denied that Aboriginal people had been cleared from Maralinga in preparation for atomic tests.
- by Staff reporter
The West can learn a lot from Indigenous Australians about how to care for our elders.
- by Christa Nicola
Perhaps the Prime Minister’s timid change to the anthem was his way of warming up for the challenge ahead.
- by Sean Kelly
Stephen Hagan, who campaigned for 21 years to have Coon cheese renamed, is glad it's changed, but would have liked to have been consulted.
- by Carolyn Webb
The Premier has it within her power to fly the Aboriginal flag over the Harbour Bridge permanently.
- by Gary Nunn
Many Australians might think that slavery never reached our shores but the history books tell a different story. So what did slavery look like in Australia?
- by Ella Archibald-Binge
The Federal government took a small step toward recognising Australia’s long Indigenous history over the New Year by changing one word of the national anthem.
- The Herald's View
A $24 million ad campaign about COVID-19 vaccines will target women who are pregnant, as well as young families, migrants and Indigenous people.
- by Katina Curtis
Aboriginal peoples barely own a drop of water in the Murray-Darling Basin water market, which is worth more than $16 billion.
- by Mike Foley