Melbourne's 'Naarmcore' movement under fire from Indigenous Australians, for reducing 65,000 years of culture into a 'trend'
A social media fashion trend where people refer to their clothing style as "Naarmcore" is criticised by the Indigenous director of a clothing label, who says the Aboriginal word for Melbourne, Naarm, is being used without historical context.
Published: Source: ABC Radio MelbourneTopic: Aboriginal Language
The 'fun things' that fill Aboriginal schoolboy with pride
A WA student says "it's very cool to be Aboriginal" as he uses his primary school's new yarning circle to share his feelings and make new friends.
Published: Source: ABC PilbaraTopic: Indigenous Culture
Melbourne Storm, Queensland Cup and Ipswich Jets teams mourn loss of rugby league winger, aged 28, after car crash
A Queensland Cup cult hero known as "The Kangaroo Catcher" has passed away at just 28 years of age after a car crash. WARNING: Readers are advised that this story contains the name and images of an Indigenous sportsman who has died.
Published: Source: ABC NewsTopic: Rugby League
Changes ordered after review of country football club racism, sexism claims
A review into the fallout of a racial vilification incident and a string of sexism complaints that resulted in the collapse of South Bunbury Football Club's women's team has been completed but not publicly released.
Published: Source: ABC South West WATopic: Sport
How yarning circles are creating positive change for First Nations people in NSW prisons
After early success at Broken Hill, the program will be rolled statewide with the aim of better connecting Indigenous prisoners with their culture, each other and ultimately reducing Aboriginal incarceration rates.
Published: Source: ABC Broken HillTopic: Indigenous Culture
One of the biggest red flags for coercive control can be dangerously hard to see
It can be difficult, almost impossible, for victims of coercive control to identify perpetrators' tactics of abuse because they're so insidious. These are the red flags to look out for, writes Tracy Westerman.
Published: Source: ABC NewsTopic: Domestic Violence
What happens to spirits after death? This performance explores ancient and modern beliefs
Yolŋu funeral ceremonies can last days, weeks or months and often incorporate complex rituals. A glimpse is given in Gary Lang's latest work.
Published: Source: ABC NewsTopic: Dance
Indigenous voices are heard, and a beloved community sporting hub is saved
There are tears, cheers, relief and cautious celebration in Redfern as a determined community successfully averts the immediate closure of the National Centre for Indigenous Excellence.
Published: Source: ABC NewsTopic: Indigenous Culture
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