Matt Canavan says mining employs Indigenous people at a greater rate than any other industry. Is he correct?
The Greens have jettisoned an election promise in favour of a new position developed without any serious engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Good morning, early birds. Opposition Leader Michael O’Brien's request to cross-examine witnesses during the hotel quarantine inquiry's public hearings has been rejected, and Treasurer Josh Frydenberg will today announce a new national licensing framework for workers. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
New targets. Same old story. We're at the point where our failure to Close the Gap has become a perverse source of self-congratulation. Something needs to change.
Good morning, early birds. Hong Kong police have fired water cannons, pepper spray and pellets at people protesting the new national security law passed by China this week, and Scott Morrison will reportedly seek to end interstate border restrictions at tomorrow's national cabinet meeting. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
In December 2019, the rate was 2,536 prisoners per 100,000 adults in the Aboriginal population, compared to 218 prisoners per 100,000 adults in the non-Aboriginal population. What's happening now?
How will the local Black LIves Matter movement play out?
How do you refer to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders? Unpicking the terminology around how Australia’s first people are reported in the media means navigating a minefield packed with political explosives.