The Gunditjmara hold a smoking ceremony at the Convincing Ground to remember the first massacre of Aboriginal people by Europeans in Victoria.
- by Tony Wright
UQ researchers have analysed 65,000 years of food scraps at a site in Kakadu national park which shows the area is the driest it has even been in human history.
- by Stuart Layt
Echoes of the earliest colonial attitude to Indigenous people still sound today.
- by Bruce Pascoe
Australia Day is a vital part of the conversation about who we are as a people.
- by Alison Page
Deputy mayor of Alice Springs Jacinta Price says the living conditions of Indigenous Australians in remote and regional areas should be a “national crisis” and that largely “tokenistic” changes like changing the Australian anthem are misdirected.
- by Amelia McGuire
Virtual Warrane is the work of Indigenous digital artist Brett Leavy, inspired by convict artist, Joseph Lycett, who captured not only the early settlement of Sydney but scenes of Indigenous people engaging in food gathering, ceremony and hunting.
- by Tim Barlass
The former Australian prime minister has changed his mind about January 26. He writes why it cannot stand as our national day.
- by Kevin Rudd
Many Australians are befuddled by what AOs, AMs, OAMs and ACs mean, or even their value.
- by Tim Wilson
It’s supposed to be a celebration of a nation, but many Indigenous Australians find January 26 a deeply troubling day. They explain why.
- by Karl Quinn and Henrietta Cook