Aboriginal woman urges tourists to stop scaling Uluru

[Tom Place, Daily Mail]

Natalie Ray is one of the Anangu people, who are the traditional owners of Uluru and its surrounding areas, and said she felt a deep connection with the sacred site. 

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Marcia Langton says Aboriginal people in big cities are not disadvantaged

[Greg Roberts, Walcha News Online]

Prominent indigenous academic Marcia Langton says Aboriginal people in big cities are not disadvantaged, and handing out taxpayer funds to help them is hurting those in desperate need.

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Governor General David Hurley launches inaugural Aurukun Kapani Cup

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The Kapani Cup was a bush skills competition held in Aurukun recently. There were teams from the Communities of Wujal Wujal, Doomadgee, Yarrabah and Aurukun. 

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Karla Grant's new series celebrates Indigenous creatives and stories

by Claire Lhuede

Karla introduces the films, delving into each, offering her personal insights and contextualising each story for the audience. All of the documentaries have been created by Indigenous filmmakers, aimed at showcasing diverse stories from across Australia.

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