Brother to brother helpline supports Aboriginal men in pandemic

[Mikaela Ortolan and Rhiannon Tuffield, ABC]

The service was created by Dardi Munwurro, an organisation that delivers a range of family violence programs specifically targeting Aboriginal men.

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Indigenous rights activist Sandra Creamer makes history after admission to legal profession

[Kate McKenna, ABC]

The Waanyi/Kalkadoon woman said her children have "always been behind her" and yesterday her son and esteemed barrister, Joshua Creamer, moved her admission to practise — the first time in Queensland an Aboriginal barrister has moved the admission of their mother.

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NT land councils call for new community housing model and safe water supply for Aboriginal communities

[by Elke Wiesmann]

Meeting in Darwin with NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner and opposition party leaders, the land councils called for urgent legislation to ensure that all Territorians have access to safe drinking water.

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New Learning Circle celebrates Kaurna culture on campus

[supplied by David Ellis]

Created as a collaborative project between the University’s Wirltu Yarlu Aboriginal Education and Kaurna cultural advisers, the Kaurna Learning Circle is the new landmark of the northern (riverside) entrance to the University’s North Terrace campus. 

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