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Possible Budj Bim UNESCO site and the importance of preserving Indigenous landmarks

Budj Bim is an extinct volcano in south-west Victoria. The Gunditjmara people used the volcanic rock to manage water flows and exploit […]

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How young Indigenous Australians want reconciliation to evolve

While reconciliation week is important for many, young Indigenous Australians are looking to evolve its meaning as they believe times have changed […]

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Healing Begins as Community Reburies Remains

It was an emotional day in Fitzroy Crossing as the remains of more than 60 Aboriginal people have finally been reburied, after […]

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“White Guilt” to blame for silence around Indigenous Domestic Violence: Josephine Cashman

Indigenous Lawyer Josephine Cashman has blamed “White Guilt” for the silence around the disproportionate levels of domestic violence Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander […]

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Further Push For Indigenous Voice To Parliament

The Joint Select Committee into Constitutional Recognition has handed down its interim report. This follows large consultation with Indigenous people right across […]

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Broadcasting from Fitzroy Crossing in the remote Kimberley Region of WA, The Edge aims to inform people across Australia on the news […]

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Interview: Zenzi Clark

Andrew and Smithers chat to Zenzi Clark, Assistant Curator of the 2017 Koorie Art Show, on display at the Koorie Heritage Trust (Level […]

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Interview: Darius Devas

Christian interviews Darius Devas about his latest documentary, Clinton’s Walk for Justice.

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Interview: Rachel Maza

Ellie and Christian chat with Rachael Maza, Artistic Director of the Ilbijerri Theatre Company, currently touring Coranderrk all around Australia until July […]

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Life in Colour S2 #3: Stranger in your own home- The Indigenous Australia Issue

Life in Colour S2 #3: Stranger in your own home- The Indigenous Australia Issue What is life like growing up in the […]