Breakthrough on teaching theology through Indigenous eyes

[Kaley Payne, Eternity News]

Uncle Ray Minniecon, an elder statesman and Aboriginal pastor from Sydney, has knocked on the doors of Australian theological institutions for more than 15 years, asking for a way to teach theology from an Indigenous perspective. This week, his prayers were answered.

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Gumby Gumby trademark bid angers Indigenous people

[Jemima Burt, ABC]

Aboriginal people and experts are calling for national reform around who can claim intellectual property rights to Indigenous knowledge.

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Native Title over Pine Creek finally recognised

[by Martha Tattersall]

The Wagiman and Jawoyn Bolmo, Matjba and Wurrkbarbar groups were recognised as the native title holders of the town of Pine Creek at a dedication ceremony held in the town, 20 years after the first claim was lodged.

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USQ’s bid to preserve traditional Indigenous game

[by Rhianwen Whitney]

Visitors to Toowoomba’s Cobb+Co Museum, part of the Queensland Museum Network, would be familiar with the floor game Burguu Matya, a traditional Australian Aboriginal activity from the Wiradjuri people.

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