Indigenous water claims finally on Darling agenda

[Peter Hannam, Brisbane Times]

They treated the Barka – as they know the Darling River to be – with a reverence that lasts to this day even as more recent colonial arrivals have allowed over-extraction of water to push its health to the brink.

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Indigenous tennis player Ash Barty beats Maria Sharapova at Australian Open

[Luke Pentony, ABC]

She had four match points before sealing victory and becomes the first Australian through to the last eight of the women's draw since Jelena Dokic's run at Melbourne Park 10 years ago.

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Confined 10 celebrating 10 years of exhibiting artworks by indigenous artists

[by Prue Bassett]

The beautiful artworks are an expression of resilience, strength, the importance of cultural connection and the hope of a better future from Indigenous artists who are currently in prison or who have been recently released from incarceration.   

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Past and Future Align at CSIRO Summer Camp

[supplied by PM&C]

It is NOT just caused just by the drought but is also a culmination of man-made mismanagement; corruption at the highest levels; and major development without scientific evidence-based planning in the formative years of the MDBA.

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