Claims man running program for troubled kids fabricated Aboriginal origin story

[Annah Fromberg, ABC]

He claims he was abandoned on a riverbank as a baby by his biological mother and adopted by an Indigenous family which named him Brahminy — meaning wild and free.

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Walking the line between lore and law in the Victorian Coroners Court

[Joseph Dunstan, ABC]

Mr Williamson, who took on the job at Victoria's coronial court after a 16-year stint in federal social services roles, says he sees it as his privilege to fight for the cultural strength of Aboriginal people to be represented in the court's work.

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Tarnanthi goes international in October 2020

[by Lindsay Ferris]

Presented in collaboration with APY Art Centre Collective, this exhibition, which features paintings, photographs and an installation of wooden and bronze spears and tools, will occupy an entire floor of the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Rennes, capital of the Region of Brittany.

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Partnership continues to build water safety skills across Western Australia

[by Samantha Vigus]

We know that swimming pools are not just about physical activity they are also a place where educational, health, well-being and social cohesion outcomes are achieved.

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