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'This will be devastating': COVID-19 will wreak havoc on Indigenous communities

'This will be devastating': COVID-19 will wreak havoc on Indigenous communities

'In all my years as a medical professional, I’ve never seen anything with the same broader national significance.'

Old ways, new thinking: Fringe reinvents the wheel to bring Dreamtime story to life

Old ways, new thinking: Fringe reinvents the wheel to bring Dreamtime story to life

Yabarra: Dreaming in Light at the Adelaide Fringe is an experience 6000 years in the making, and the story of how it came together is just as fascinating.

Closing the gap: how we've failed, and how we talk about that failure

Closing the gap: how we've failed, and how we talk about that failure

The government has become adept at managing the consistent failure of Close the Gap. Scott Morrison's 2020 effort is no different.

Another year, another Closing the Gap failure

Another year, another Closing the Gap failure

It's now a ritual that every February, the prime minister rises to acknowledge the failure to achieve Closing the Gap targets. Increasingly it's also part of the ritual to commit to greater empowerment of Indigenous communities – without anything seemingly changing.

What will unite us when the beaches are gone?

What will unite us when the beaches are gone?

Beaches might be the only thing capable of uniting Australia. If they were to disappear, it would rip into the heart of our identity.

Is it a beat-up? We fact-check the IPA’s campaign against a Voice to Parliament

Is it a beat-up? We fact-check the IPA’s campaign against a Voice to Parliament

The IPA has launched a 'Race Has No Place' campaign against the Voice to Parliament. The claims range from valid to nonsensical.

Public housing and private trauma 

Public housing and private trauma 

Maria has been homeless for 14 years, ever since she lost her last WA public housing property due to arrears she has since repaid. Her story is not unique.

The 'landlord of last resort'

The 'landlord of last resort'

It's estimated at least 1000 children a year are made homeless by WA bureaucracy. If this is an over-estimate, the government might want to say so, because it’s utterly damning.

Australia's lost decade

Australia's lost decade

From energy policy to Indigenous recognition, the government's lazy approach has left the country to stagnate.