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‘If the Andrews government wants a fight, they’ve got one’

‘If the Andrews government wants a fight, they’ve got one’

The government is facing a growing resistance from Djab Wurrung traditional owners over the destruction of cultural heritage. Is this a litmus test for what's to come with treaty negotiations?

The Indigenous issues that have been overlooked ahead of the NSW election

The Indigenous issues that have been overlooked ahead of the NSW election

The election is just a couple of days out. There's plenty more that needs to be discussed.

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?

Can Daniel Andrews maintain good faith through the treaty process?

Can Daniel Andrews maintain good faith through the treaty process?

The Victorian government has a long way to go if Indigenous Australians are going to trust it to maintain good faith in treaty negotiations.

End of Indigenous recognition process a huge win for the racist right

End of Indigenous recognition process a huge win for the racist right

The government's refusal to consider a voice for Indigenous Australians in the constitution may well damn the recognition referendum to defeat.

Calls for a treaty with Aboriginal Australia have a long and troubled history

Calls for a treaty with Aboriginal Australia have a long and troubled history

Much of the Uluru statement consists of emotional -- albeit noble -- claims, motherhood statements and flowery language.

Terra nullius lie recycled by Uluru statement opponents

Terra nullius lie recycled by Uluru statement opponents

To argue that indigenous Australians have no special place in Australia, as opponents of the Uluru Statement have, simply recycles a racist lie.