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The community is calling for justice after hearing news that a 19-year-old man has died, after being shot in the central desert community of Yuendumu, around 4.5 hours north-west of Alice Springs on Saturday night.

Donations and tributes have poured in across Australia after the tragic death of 27-year-old boxer Dwight Ritchie during a sparring session.

Yuendumu elder, Elizabeth Katakarinja says Kumanjayi Walker was not armed and did not attack police when they entered the home to arrest him.

OPINION: Victoria's First Peoples’ Assembly election is history in the making, and it will lead to huge structural change for our people, writes Gunditjmara woman and Victoria's Treaty Advancement Commissioner Jill Gallagher.

"I wake up in the night. I can't sleep. Everyone here in Yuendumu couldn’t sleep, cause of what the police done to us."

Family of Aunty Tanya Day again fronted the media on Monday, saying if there is no criminal investigation, there will be more deaths in custody.

This Remembrance Day we hear stories of courage, reflect on the treatment of Indigenous soldiers and find out more about recent official acknowledgement of their service, writes @Shahni_W 


Did you know there's another "How dare you!" speech? 20 years on from Neville Bonner's referendum reaction address, his words still ring true. #HowDareYou 

"They need to consult First Nation people along the river system. They've looked after this river, they protected it for thousands of years." Bruce Shillingsworth, Murawari Budjiti man in Brewarrina.

'We are you and you are us'; Aboriginal and Māori performers pay homage to Christchurch terror victims with evoking display of culture.

On Dec 10 1992, ex-Prime Minister Paul Keating delivered the landmark Redfern Speech. Today on Jan26 Uncle Jack Charles invites us to reflect where we are as a society living in Australia. #AlwaysWillBe 

Over 1500 people turn out for Wagga Wagga Corroboree, uniting different tribes, generations and cultural practices.

Archeologists believe that the Brewarrina fish traps are one of the oldest man-made structures in the world #ThePoint 

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Roxane Gay drops some truth bombs on Australian race relations.💣🔥 @rgay 

Cute kid steals the show during the opening ceremony Bungal at Garma 2019 🖤💛❤️ #Garma2019  #Garma 

A 12-year-old Indigenous boy from Australia's Northern Territory is believed to be the youngest to address the @UNHumanRights  Council in Geneva.