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The Growing Push To Bring Indigenous Artifacts Home
Indigenous remains and artefacts have been scattered around the world - there's a growing push to bring them home.
Canberra Culture Review
The Prime Minister has again rejected calls for an inquiry into Christian Porter but another independent investigation - the one into parliament's workplace culture - has taken an important step forward.
3 Years In Detention For Biloela Family
There are vigils across the country tonight, marking a sad new milestone for a young family ripped from the Queensland community that loved them, and thrown in detention.
Grace Tame Calls For National Definition Of Consent During Powerful Press Club Speech
Grace Tame has made another powerful speech, this time at the National Press Club, where she called for a national definition of consent and criticised the PM's response to rape claims, saying 'having children doesn't guarantee a conscience'.
Remembering The Godfather Of Aussie Music: Michael Gudinski
The man generally regarded as the godfather of the Aussie music industry, Michael Gudinski, died overnight. He was just 68.
Victoria's Damning Mental Health Report
The Royal Commission into mental health in Victoria delivered its findings on a catastrophically broken system, costing hundreds of lives. We chat to Premier Daniel Andrews about what needs to be done.and#13;