Australia Day: January 26 marks a massacre in NSW. Will a cement plaque really help?

George Rehder

By national Indigenous affairs correspondent Isabella Higgins and the Specialist Reporting Team’s Sarah Collard Posted 20 minutes agoSat 25 Jan 2020, Copied, edited & compiled by GW Rehder 25/01/2020 Nearly two centuries after dozens of Aboriginal people were brutally killed in north-west New South Wales, there are plans to recognise […]

The little-known story of when Perth banned Indigenous people from the city and suburbs

George Rehder

By Rebecca Carmody Updated about an hour agoSun 29 Dec 2019, Copied, edited & compiled by JD Schildmann 29/12/2019 “Natives Gaoled: In Prohibited Area” declared the headline in The West Australian newspaper. It was back in 1947 and a dark chapter in Western Australia’s history — a time when Indigenous […]

Wet cough rate among Indigenous kids in WA’s Kimberley high, but study yields positive signs

George Rehder

ABC Kimberley By Chris Meldrum Updated 19 minutes agoMon 9 Dec 2019,  copied, edited & compiled by JD Schildmann 09/12/2019 A study has found a high prevalence of chronic wet cough in Aboriginal children in four remote communities in Western Australia’s Kimberley region. Key points More than 200 Aboriginal children […]

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