New federal funding will enable the Goldfields Aboriginal ranger program to expand local career opportunities.
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Communities in the Western Desert of the Northern Territory say they are now in complete control of managing their land after creating an online storybook.
This school turned its Indigenous students' performance around. Can the rest of the country follow suit?
Indigenous people have always sought to improve their lot, and waves of government policies have created impediments to that.
Archaeologists uncover teeth from the extinct Diprotodon, a giant wombat-like marsupial, and giant kangaroo bones during a dig at Lancefield Swamp, north of Melbourne.
Designer Nicole Monks drew the inspiration for her new furniture range from an unlikely source.
Amanda Webster's realisation that her childhood friends were part of the Stolen Generations led her on a journey to reconnect with her past and confront some hard truths.
A descendant of an Aboriginal warrior shot by a member of Captain Cook's crew is demanding the British Museum hand back a shield he believes belongs to his people.
A man getting out of the car to go to the toilet leads to the discovery of one of the most important sites in Australian prehistory — a rock shelter in the Flinders Ranges showing Aboriginal Australians settled the arid interior of the country 10,000 years earlier than previously thought.
A journey into the near outback and the shores of a dry lake to find the compelling 40,000 year old story of human occupation and Aboriginal presence on the continent.
Archaeologists say carbon dating shows Aboriginal rock art discovered at Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory is among the oldest in the world.
Hundreds of Warlpiri people come together for an epic cultural dance performance under the stars on the North Tanami Desert in Central Australia.
Australia's Indigenous people were truly pioneers in the global collective journey of humankind, writes palaeo-anthropologist Darren Curnoe.
Indigenous rangers preserve history in far north Queensland while forging a pathway for the future.
The SBS documentary DNA Nation tracks three people on their 'individual genetic journey'. But for Indigenous Australians in particular, genetic testing is a can of worms - politically, ethically and technically.
The most comprehensive genomic study of Indigenous Australians to date not only confirms they are the descendants of the first people to inhabit Australia, but that there is remarkable genetic diversity across the continent.
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A coalition of Indigenous groups says ranger program needs to be expanded in federal budget to help close gap on disadvantage
Drawing from the accounts of early explorers, Bruce asks whether Australia's first people were really hunter-gatherers.
Through his book Dark Emu, Bruce Pascoe investigates if Indigenous Australians may have been baking cakes and loaves of bread long before any other civilisation in the world.
In April this year Indigenous rangers from the Crocodile Islands received an alarming photograph of a coral reef off the coast of Arnhem Land.
The Prime Minister said it was "important we listen to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people when they tell us what is working". Now hear this, Malcolm.
The Queensland Indigenous Land and Sea Ranger program cares for land and sea country and increases Indigenous participation in environmental management.
Land and sea rangers care for Queensland's waterways and protected species and support national park management.