Closing cultural sites a must according to Indigenous Elder

[Daniel Miles, ABC]

Uncle Johnny Lovett wants to see traditional owners wrest back control of ancient sites and demand a fair share of revenue from the tourist trade they create. 

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Kaurna Aboriginal remains return to SA

[Gabriel Polychroniis, The Flinders News]

The remains of six Kaurna old people were repatriated from London's Natural History Museum, arriving in Canberra this week, before being transported to their final resting place in Adelaide's south.

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The success of Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair

by Stephanie McMullin

DAAF was originally conceived and designed to complement the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (Telstra NATSIAA) to bridge the tyranny of distance, and connect the Indigenous art industry with artists and arts workers who live in some of the most remote regions of the country.

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Yellomundee Aboriginal Cultural Burn and Camp

by Nikki McGrath

The Yellomundee Firesticks event was hosted by Greater Sydney Local Land Services in partnership with Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corporation and NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service (NPWS).

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