Indigenous

Indigenous people are still far more likely to be jailed, die by suicide and have their children removed than non-Indigenous people a year after the new Closing the Gap agreement was signed, according...

Australia’s first and only commission dedicated to revealing the truth about injustices committed against Aboriginal people has moved closer to starting its work after the appointment on Tuesday of Josh...

Cultural attractions like theaters and museums took a hit during the pandemic. But for those interested in heritage tourism or Indigenous culture in the United States, immersing yourself can be done safely...

First humans who crossed the Bering Strait some 15,000 years ago had indigenous Australian DNA that is now found in the bloodline of South America tribes, study finds Previous work found ancient Australian DNA...

Last week we saw what should have been two major tipping points for the federal government. In Canberra and across the country thousands of people, mostly women, protested for justice, for their voice...

It’s all about the right bait. On the bush floor a tea strainer is pegged to the ground, filled with a mixture of rolled oats, peanut butter and golden syrup. The surrounding bush, on the hills behind...

A national hearing assessment program has identified almost 500 Indigenous children with undiagnosed hearing loss in its first year of operation. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children suffer the...

Goiania: Chief Aritana Yawalapiti, one of Brazil's most influential indigenous leaders who led the people of Upper Xingu in central Brazil and helped create an indigenous reserve there, has died from...

BRASILIA (Reuters) – Munduruku indigenous people led by 15 tribal chiefs blamed Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday for increased illegal mining on their reservation lands in the...

BRASILIA (Reuters) – The head of Brazil’s indigenous affairs agency said on Tuesday he was fired due to pressure from the agriculture ministry which under President Jair Bolsonaro is seeking...

The world’s last tribes: Moving images show the indigenous people at risk of extinction around the globe Spectacular photos taken by Jimmy Nelson provide a rich glimpse of worlds which are close...

On New Year's Eve 1915, 31-year-old William Joseph Punch from North Queensland joined up and went to war. Sent to northern France he was wounded twice, finally ending up in a military hospital in...