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Opening the gap: Morrison reveals same lack of Indigenous progress

Opening the gap: Morrison reveals same lack of Indigenous progress

Once again, the Closing The Gap report reveals we're failing to reduce differences between Indigenous and non-Indigenous health and educational outcomes. At least now governments are committed to working in partnership with Indigenous people.

How Jacinta Price became a darling of the (alt) right

How Jacinta Price became a darling of the (alt) right

The NT politician is favoured by TV producers, supported by alt-right trolls and will soon run for federal office. How did her star rise so high?

Swelling crowds and rising heat: the mixed emotions of Invasion Day

Swelling crowds and rising heat: the mixed emotions of Invasion Day

"While the marches are sometimes referred to as 'change the date' rallies, this is not accurate. These rallies are about changing the discourse."

Mundine faces the perilous path of the Indigenous conservative

Mundine faces the perilous path of the Indigenous conservative

Indigenous conservatives rarely fit the easy ideological templates of white Australians, and they cop abuse from both sides because of it.

Un-Australia Day: curing the nationalistic itch

Un-Australia Day: curing the nationalistic itch

Australia Day has little do with Australia as a political construct. Do we really need this grotesque distortion of history?

Where do Victorian micro-parties and independents stand on Aboriginal treaty?

Where do Victorian micro-parties and independents stand on Aboriginal treaty?

Who will continue to support Dan Andrews' plan for treaty? And who will try to thwart it?

Morrison wants love and unity, and some culture wars too

Morrison wants love and unity, and some culture wars too

Scott Morrison has restarted two culture wars on Indigenous issues. The project of shoring up the Liberal Party base thus continues.

New laws return ownership of Indigenous artefacts to traditional owners

New laws return ownership of Indigenous artefacts to traditional owners

All Victorian institutions, businesses and individuals now have legal obligations to hand over Aboriginal ancestral remains.