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Protocols shape use of Indigenous art and culture

Protocols shape use of Indigenous art and culture

Protocols spelling out legal, ethical and moral obligations around the use of Indigenous cultural material in arts have been revised.

  • by Linda Morris

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'Cultural genocide': Traditional owners blast Warragamba dam wall plan
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Stuart Ayres

'Cultural genocide': Traditional owners blast Warragamba dam wall plan

The Berejiklian government has been forced to re-examine the significance of Indigenous culture that will be destroyed by raising the height of Warragamba Dam.

  • by Peter Hannam
The 'risky' Vogue cover that made history but almost never happened
Australian fashion

The 'risky' Vogue cover that made history but almost never happened

Discovered by chance, Elaine George pioneered a new chapter in Australian fashion as the first Indigenous model to front Vogue magazine in 1993.

  • by Melissa Singer
Why this year's Archibald Prize winner wasn't a surprise
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Archibald Prize

Why this year's Archibald Prize winner wasn't a surprise

At a time when the world is becoming increasingly divided, Vincent Namatjira's winning portrait posts a simple, positive message about race and identity.

  • by John McDonald
PKKP keeps gorge destruction secret from elderly daughter of Juukan over fears for health
Rio Tinto

PKKP keeps gorge destruction secret from elderly daughter of Juukan over fears for health

The Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura Aboriginal Corporation has laid out its concerns about Rio Tinto's actions and questioned its public statements.

  • by Hamish Hastie
Best endeavours: presenting an Indigenous perspective on Captain Cook
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James Cook

Best endeavours: presenting an Indigenous perspective on Captain Cook

Endeavour Voyage at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra is the most comprehensive and best of the 250th anniversary shows.

  • by John McDonald
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'Urgent acquisition': Olympian demands government seize copyright to Aboriginal flag
Nova Peris

'Urgent acquisition': Olympian demands government seize copyright to Aboriginal flag

Nova Peris has warned Indigenous communities could turn their back on the Aboriginal flag unless the federal government intervenes to seize the copyright.

  • by Rob Harris
The legacy of Inglis, Goodes and Latrell: Naden breaks silence on alleged racial abuse
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The legacy of Inglis, Goodes and Latrell: Naden breaks silence on alleged racial abuse

Brent Naden has spoken to one of the men involved in the incident and the NRL has closed its investigation.

  • by Michael Chammas
'How is this right?': The fight to 'free' the Aboriginal flag
Indigenous

'How is this right?': The fight to 'free' the Aboriginal flag

The government is trying to broker a historic peace deal in a legal stoush over the Aboriginal flag.

  • by Rob Harris
Indigenous hip-hop gives voice to fight against oppression
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Indigenous hip-hop gives voice to fight against oppression

Young musicians have embraced a connection that transcends borders.

  • by Daniel James
BHP bosses to front Rio Tinto's Juukan Gorge blast hearings
Mining

BHP bosses to front Rio Tinto's Juukan Gorge blast hearings

BHP will face a parliamentary inquiry launched in the wake of rival miner Rio Tinto's destruction of the 46,000-year-old Juukan Gorge rock shelters.

  • by Nick Toscano