Aboriginal

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Irrigating the North: Australia’s Untapped Goldmine or a Gem too Precious to Develop?

The Fitzroy River in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia is the lifeblood of the many communities in its catchment. Whether it’s […]

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Short, Ugly & Stinky: The World of “Little People” Folklore

There is a mythology swirling around Aboriginal nations right across Australia and up until now the broader public hasn’t heard anything about […]

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Fitzroy Valley Youth ON AIR!

A weekly showcase of content produced by young people from the Fitzroy Valley region of Western Australia.

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Wrong Skin: New Podcast Set In The Kimberley, More Than Just True Crime

A new podcast is sending shockwaves right across the Kimberley from the average person to the big end of town. It talks […]

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Designing World Class Fashion, In The Bush

Marnin Studio is a social enterprise art and textiles studio based in Fitzroy Crossing, Western Australia for the past few years they […]

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Looking After Country: Female Indigenous Rangers

Out on Walmajarri country in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia, there is a crack team of Aboriginal women conserving country and passing […]

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Aboriginal Community Demolished

THE EDGE: The Aboriginal Community of Mallingbar is a stone throw from Chinatown in Broome and for many years the Shire of […]

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Strong Opinions at Kimberley Parliamentary Hearing

There were strong voices and opinions from Fitzroy Valley residents at the public parliamentary hearing of the Joint-Select Committee into Constitutional Recognition […]

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Reconciliation Week: What is the Uluru Statement?

One year ago hundreds of representatives from Indigenous Australia travelled to Uluru for the Constitutional Convention. The Uluru Statement from The Heart was […]

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Reconciliation Week: Australia’s Journey to Reconciliation

Australia, at best, has a complicated history with its first people. Dylan takes a look at our continuing journey towards reconciliation.