The golden age of Indigenous television is here - and it's changed Australia forever

[Shari Sebbens, The Guardian]

From Redfern Now to Mystery Road, Indigenous people have seized control of the small screen. For actor Shari Sebbens, it’s a realisation of her dreams.

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Why missing persons mysteries are proving hard to solve in northern Australia

[Erin Parke, ABC]

The hearings have exposed the particular challenges of solving long-term missing persons cases in outback Australia, where many local Aboriginal people believe strongly that spirits and witch-doctors can cause a person's death, and speak about payback killings in hushed tones.

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Government has an ideological obsession with punishing people o income support

[by Lucy Cowcher-Guthrie]

"There is absolutely no evidence to show that income management works and its just plain cruel to go ahead with a damaging and expensive scheme like this when we have people living in poverty on Newstart", Senator Rachel Siewert said. 

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Setting young women up for a career in STEM

[Supplied by NIAA]

Every day, new jobs are emerging because of technology. Continual advances are changing the essential skillset of the workforce, and in the future, three in every four jobs will require science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills.

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