Rio Tinto blasts 4600 year-old Aboriginal site to expand iron ore mine

[Calla Wahlquist, The Guardian]

A sacred site in Western Australia that showed 46,000 years of continual occupation and provided a 4,000-year-old genetic link to present-day traditional owners has been destroyed in the expansion of an iron ore mine.

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New COVID-19 clinical guidance supporting Aboriginal patients

[Anastasia Tsirtsakis, RACGP]

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health services, communities and representative organisations are best placed to ensure a culturally safe and effective response to health problems.

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Bond University: In discussion for National Reconciliation Week

[supplied by Alenka Csomor]

For Jeremy Donovan and Narelle Urquhart of Bond University’s Indigenous community, reconciliation is something they contemplate every day of the year.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women face housing crisis

[by Fran Metcalf]

Nearly one third of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have been homeless in the past five years and more than half have gone without meals to afford their rent, shocking new research has revealed.

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