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'It will remain on the 26th': Bill Shorten rules out changing Australia Day date

'It will remain on the 26th': Bill Shorten rules out changing Australia Day date

Meanwhile, Greens MPs are threatening to bypass a government ruling that citizenship ceremonies be held on January 26, by running their own ceremonies outside the public holiday.

  • by Max Koslowski

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Doubt over claims made in campaign to help jailed WA mums
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Doubt over claims made in campaign to help jailed WA mums

The WA Justice Department says some of the statements used to promote the fundraiser are "not true".

  • by AAP
Rediscovered rock art reveals an ancient monster
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Rediscovered rock art reveals an ancient monster

New rock art finds in Victoria's west may herald wave of archaeological discoveries across the state.

  • by Joe Hinchliffe
In WA, unpaid fines are keeping Indigenous mothers in jail
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In WA, unpaid fines are keeping Indigenous mothers in jail

A campaign to free Indigenous women from imprisonment has found success on social media.

  • by Clementine Ford
Slash to funding cuts adrift 56 of Perth's most vulnerable families

Slash to funding cuts adrift 56 of Perth's most vulnerable families

Many of the children Jacaranda Community Services is working with have either had suicide tear apart their families, or are themselves contemplating suicide.

  • by Emma Young
A taco shop, Peter Carey, and the first Indigenous Fulbright scholar
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A taco shop, Peter Carey, and the first Indigenous Fulbright scholar

New York beckons for author and scholar Graham Akhurst after he received an elite award.

  • by Lucy Stone
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Indigenous small business is on the rise despite setbacks
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Opinion

Indigenous small business is on the rise despite setbacks

The number of Indigenous owner-managers is conservatively estimated to have increased by 32 per cent between 2006 and 2011 -- but it is coming off a low base.

  • by Ross Gittins
Susan Moylan-Coombs to run as an independent against Tony Abbott in Warringah
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Susan Moylan-Coombs to run as an independent against Tony Abbott in Warringah

Indigenous activist Susan Moylan-Coombs will likely face a crowded field of independents as high-profile locals eye off Tony Abbott's Warringah seat.

  • by Max Koslowski
Major review for Indigenous healing farm just one year after opening
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Major review for Indigenous healing farm just one year after opening

Just 19 people have completed a program at the Ngunnawal Bush Healing Farm, which has a troubled history.

  • by Peter Brewer
Fracking FAQs: all your questions answered in 300 words or less
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Analysis

Fracking FAQs: all your questions answered in 300 words or less

We know, it’s Christmas and you’re time-poor. So we’ve kept the answers to these ‘frequently asked questions’ about fracking to 300 words or less.

  • by Emma Young
Mungo Man remains to be reburied on country
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Mungo Man remains to be reburied on country

Australia’s oldest human remains, including Mungo Man and Mungo Lady, will be reburied in the original locations from which they were removed.

  • by Miki Perkins