Not a single stone should be out of place at Aboriginal heritage sites in the aftermath of Juukan Gorge. Yet in the space of a week, the Pilbara has been rocked by not one but two separate incidents.
Danielle Le Messurier
WA Labor Senator Patrick Dodson says an inquiry is needed to prevent further destruction of Indigenous heritage sites in the resources-rich region.
The South West Native Title Settlement has hit a landmark moment as the deal officially commenced after years of appeals from opponents.
Indigenous senator Lidia Thorpe has slammed the Federal Government for its ‘silence’ on the racist attack on an innocent mother and her daughter in Perth this week.
Sarah Steger & Annabel Hennessy
The Australian plus size women’s fashion label has been urged to return millions in JobKeeper assistance after reporting a massive jump in profits.
Woolworths has revived plans to spin off its Endeavour Group hotels and drinks business, which has been buoyed by soaring demand for beer, wine and spirits.
The company told the Banjima people of a rockfall at the site in January, but it is not yet known if mining activity is to blame for the disturbance.
Australia’s oldest intact rock painting, estimated to be up to 17,500 years old, has been discovered in the State’s remote East Kimberley region.
Renowned poet Alf Taylor has written his memoirs, and revealed his heartbreaking childhood as a member of the Stolen Generation.
Facebook’s blackout has affected all the big players in the Australian media landscape — but for smaller Indigenous news organisations, the consequences could be disastrous. Here’s why.
Scott Morrison is set to release his plan to meet the 16 new Close the Gap targets in six months time.
Eddie McGuire’s failure to lead a room does not make him a racist. Perfectly nice ‘woke’ folk can still perpetuate racism — because systemic racism is insidious, writes Ann Aly.
Federal MP for Cowan, Anne Aly, writes in The West Australian about why she joined an open letter calling for former Collingwood president Eddie Maguire — who ‘just didn’t get it’ — to step down.
Andrew Forrest has accused the supermarket giant of making Indigenous people an easy money-making target with plans for a Dan Murphy’s near dry communities in the Northern Territory.
A WA energy expert believes he has found the solution to a looming multibillion-dollar dilemma facing the world’s oil and gas giants as their ageing offshore rigs become obsolete.
The pizza giant says it will return all the money it received through the Federal Government’s wage subsidy scheme during the pandemic.
Crown Resorts is set to learn the fate of its high-roller casino on Sydney’s harbour within days, as a former judge prepares to make recommendations about its fitness to run the operation.
Australia’s economy continues to rebound strongly with the majority of Australian households and small businesses who deferred their loans at the height of the downturn back to making full repayments.
Carey Mining founder Daniel Tucker says a setback last year hasn’t diminished his enthusiasm to develop indigenous-owned mines in WA.
The debate about when to celebrate Australia comes around at this time every year but a date change at some point is inevitable, writes Bill Shorten.
RANGI HIRINI: There’s been a lot of discussion about moving Australia Day to NAIDOC Week or even Mabo Day but I think there’s a better day which reflects both Blak and white Australia coming together.
Thousands have come out to rally against ‘Invasion Day’ through Perth in what is thought to be the biggest turnout for the now annual Australia Day protest. SEE ALL THE PICTURES FROM THE PROTEST HERE
“I’m very confident my kids will be celebrating Australia on another date within the next five years. We’ve seen so much progress towards this.”
Elders, leaders and community members from the Kimberley weigh in on the debate around whether or not to celebrate Australia Day.
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