banking partnership to support indigenous home ownership

Banking Partnership to Support Indigenous Home Ownership

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The launch of two new strategic partnerships – Australian Unity Bank and Bank Australia – supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in their financial success. New strategic partnership announced to support Aboriginal...
kht – connect with aboriginal victoria

KHT – Connect with Aboriginal Victoria

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To create a society that embraces diversity and inclusion, it is critical that truth-telling, the history of colonisation and its impact on Aboriginal people is fully known.   One of Victoria’s leading Indigenous organisation, the Koorie...
muma – dale harding: through a lens of visitation

MUMA – Dale Harding: Through a Lens of Visitation

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A descendant of the Bidjara, Ghungalu and Garingbal peoples of central Queensland, Dale Harding’s multilayered practice political with a focus on family, community and place. Through a Lens of Visitation explores the artist’s relationship to his...
bighouse dreaming in the spotlight for yirramboi 2021

Bighouse Dreaming in the spotlight for YIRRAMBOI 2021

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Arts Centre Melbourne is bringing Declan Furber Gillick's powerful show Bighouse Dreaming to the Fairfax Studio from 5 – 9 May as a part of YIRRAMBOI Festival. The award-winning work returns to Melbourne for the first time since Fringe Festival 2018 and will create an...
‘destruction by a thousand cuts’: the relentless threat mining poses to the pilbara cultural landscape

‘Destruction by a thousand cuts’: the relentless threat mining poses to the Pilbara cultural...

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 Picture: Alan Porritt/AAP Just as the parliamentary inquiry into Rio Tinto’s destruction of the Juukan Gorge rock shelters was reconvening in Canberra, another culturally significant site was damaged at one of BHP’s iron ore mines in the Pilbara. This latest...

Toxicity swirls around January 26, but we can change the nation with a Voice...

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 Picture: Lukas Coch/AAP We are at the day of the nation’s annual ritual of celebrating the arrivals, while not formally recognising the ancient peoples who were dispossessed. Each year the tensions spill over, rendering Australia Day/Invasion Day/Survival...
newly enacted motorcycle gang laws unfairly target indigenous australians

Newly Enacted Motorcycle Gang Laws Unfairly Target Indigenous Australians

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Australians know the truth. Motorcycle gangs are a real problem, and they need to be addressed. This is the reason Australia passed laws to target these gang members to control some of the crimes...
ancient stories and enduring spirit: loving country reminds us of the wonders right under our noses

Ancient stories and enduring spirit: Loving Country reminds us of the wonders right under...

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Albany on the south coast of Western Australia, just under five hours’ drive from Perth. Photographer: © Vicky Shukuroglou taken from Loving Country Review: Loving Country by Bruce Pascoe and Vicky Shukuroglou (Hardie Grant Travel) Travelling...
juukan gorge inquiry puts rio tinto on notice, but without drastic reforms, it could happen again

Juukan Gorge inquiry puts Rio Tinto on notice, but without drastic reforms, it could...

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Picture: RICHARD WAINWRIGHT/AAP On the eve of Reconciliation Week this year, news broke that Rio Tinto had destroyed ancient rock shelters at Juukan Gorge in Western Australia to expand one of its 16 iron ore mines in the Pilbara. The public was appalled to learn...
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KHT – The 8th Koorie Art Show

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125 artists from across Victoria will be vying for the annual Koorie Art Show Awards.  The exhibition opening, Award presentation and celebrations will be online this year, on Saturday 5 December at 2pm.  Through a statewide...