"There is no greater sorrow on earth than the loss of one's native land." - Euripides 431 B.C.
The Koori History Newspaper Archive
Notice: These pages are being updated during January - May 2011
White Out - Sydney Morning Herald- 19th February 2000
Professor walks out - Daily Telegraph- 9th May 2000
The sorry state of reconciliation - Age- 25th may 2000
First reconciliation, then comes a treaty - Age- 6th June 2000
Thomson's treaty - Age- 28th June 2000
Tough talk - Sydney Morning Herald- 19th August 2000
Poor Queen, my country - Sydney Morning Herald- 25th March 2000
No shame, much gain - Australian- 21st October 2000
The People's Museum - Australian- 21st October 2000
Northern Territory's abuses `have led to apartheid' - Sydney Morning Herald- 30th October 2000
Surge in support for treaty with Aborigines - Sydney Morning Herald- 8th November 2000
Where do we go from here? - RECONCILIATION - Age- 9th December 2000
Greater focus on our first people - Indigenous studies - Australian- 13th December 2000

Cross-cultural consideration - Australian- 21st February 2001
Sniffing proposal `too little, too late' - Australian- 22nd February 2001
Black graft endemic, ATSIC told - Australian- 27th March 2001
Aboriginal head hits back at claims of corruption cover-up - Age- 28th March 2001
Wealth not welfare - Sydney Morning Herald- 6th April 2001
Latte left-wingers out of touch with Aboriginal needs, activist says - Age- 16th April 2001
Private school fees are protection against racism: black leader - Australian- 19th April 2001
Racism spans the state and private divide - Age- 20th April 2001
Private school elite makes public enemies - Sydney Morning Herald- 21st April 2001
Private choice of education provokes public race debate - Sydney Morning Herald- 23rd April 2001
Ignorance of indigenous initiatives - Australian- 25th April 2001
Found, albeit overseas: an audience that hungers for Aboriginal drama - Sydney Morning Herald- 3rd August 2001
The Future of History - Age- 22nd September 2001

Mabo: a moral crisis festers - Age- 27th May 2002
Reflections on the legacy of Eddie Koiki Mabo - NATIVE TITLE - Age- 1st June 2002
Much work to do, but let's give thanks for decision that's part of the landscape - Sydney Morning Herald- 3rd June 2002
Ten years after Mabo, Aborigines seek a new way - Age- 4th June 2002
Reconcilable differences - Age 19th June 2002
Aborigines trapped by work-for-dole scheme: Langton - Sydney Morning Herald- 5th October 2002
Is it altruism or the fear of losing their marbles? - Sydney Morning Herald 28th December 2002.
Landscapes in blood - Sydney Morning Herald- 14th December 2002
Fabrication fury but the rest is history - Courier Mail- 28th December 2002

Lawyer joins mentor at teaching's top - Australian 8th January 2003
British Columbia Apologizes to Its Indians - New York Times - 12th February 2003.
Aboriginal activist refused entry to US - Australian 20th February 2003
US urges visa care after Langton refused entry - Australian 21st February 2003
MP lashed for hate tactic - Age- 18th March 2003
A Hot Commodity With a 30,000-Year Lineage - New York Times - 24th April 2003.
Dreaming no more - Australian 7th June 2003
On Road to Change - Daily Telegraph- 23rd June 2003
Charting the moves for justice - Sydney Morning Herald- 9th July 2003
Visions in black and white - Age- 9th August 2003
Bones of contention - Globe Mail Canada 16th August 2003.
Pioneer of Aboriginal rights remembered - Age- 13th September 2003
Black elder's quest for dignity and justice - Age- 2nd October 2003
Ancestral bone bank at center of rights fight - Taipei Times 12th October 2003.
Activism's Dying Embers - Hobart Mercury- 18th October 2003
Canada's Indians Pondering How to Invest Land Payouts - New York Times - 6th November 2003.

Aborigines riot in anger at boy's death - Age 16th February 2004
Gallery of Pics of Redfern Confrontations - 16th February 2004
Probes into Redfern riots, death - Australian 16th February 2004
Three inquiries into boy's death - 17th February 2004
Battle-scarred Redfern on a knife edge - 17th February 2004
The Australian Black leaders lay the blame on politicians - 17th February 2004
Aborigines' Protest in Sydney Leaves 40 Injured - New York Times - 17th February 2004.
Predictable Latham slams parents over riot - 19th February 2004
Redfern youth was being chased, witness claims - 19th February 2004
Dodson fury on black health - 19th February 2004
Latham, PM, Ridgeway buy into riot, parenting - 20th February 2004
Flip-Flop Latham vows stolen generation apology - 21st February 2004
TJ's life played out in the 'dead zone' - 21st February 2004
Foley gives "Boofhead" Latham a Serve - 31st March 2004
Foley and Huggins ABC Radio National Speaking Out Programme Interview transcript - 18th April 2004
Aborigines Say Australia Pushes Their Plight to Sideline - New York Times -18th April 2004.
Australia's Aborigines - New York Times -23rd April 2004.
Djerrkura - Aboriginal leader, dies at Nhulunbuy, NT - 26th May 2004.
Regressive Politics In Australia - New York Times -14th June 2004.
Mike Mansell Slams Pearson AND Brennan - 17th June 2004.
Aborigines clash with scientists over bones - Marsha Stewart 20th June 2004
Coroner's inquest into death of TJ Hickey - 5th July 2004.
Inquest into death of TJ Hickey - 5th July 2004.
Day two of Hickey inquest - 6th July 2004.
Inquest continues into death of TJ Hickey - 12th July 2004.
Inconsistencies in evidence on TJ Hickey's death - 13th July 2004.
Conflicting police reports emerge at Hickey inquest - 15th July 2004.
Hickey Inquest - NSW Govt boosts resources for Redfern police - 16th July 2004.
Minister weighs in to artefacts stoush- ABC - 20th July 2004.
Row erupts over Aboriginal artefacts - London Guardian 22nd July 2004
Aborigines grab art on loan from Britain - London Times26th July 2004.
British museums up in arms after Aborigines grab loaned art - Classic FM Washington 26th July 2004.
Australian Tribes Seek Return of Native Artefacts - The Scotsman 26th July 2004
Tussle over 'loaned' art - News 24 - 26th July 2004
British museums spar with Aborigines over loaned art - The Peninsula Qatar 27th July 2004.
Crown Jewels Down Under - Circa.com UK 27th July 2004
Countries battle over artefacts - BBC News 27th July 2004
British museums up in arms after Aborigines grab loaned art - Sydney Morning Herald 27th July 2004.
Aboriginal group ups ante on artefacts - AAP 29th July 2004.
Taking Aim at Hunter Gatherer England - The Age Saturday 31st July 2004
Drug squad swoops on the Block - 31st July 2004.
Minister weighs in to artefacts stoush - ABC July 2004.
Millions lost from land grants - 31st July 2004.
The British Museum Dispute - A Predictable Response from Andrew ("Just an Excitable Boy") Bolt - 4th August 2004.
NIC claims false, leaked cabinet document reveals - National Indigenous Times 8th November 2004
Trial set in Aboriginal etchings dispute - AAP 10th November 2004
Indigenous payments may be linked to behaviour - ABC Radio 11th November 2004
Vanstone announces ATSIC replacement - National Indigenous Times 11th November 2004
ALP announces new black shadow... its sixth in two years - NIT 11th November 2004
Indigenous paper to dish more dirt - AAP 12th November 2004
Long walk sets PM a challenge - Herald Sun 21st November 2004
Legend's Long march to PM's door - Australian 23rd November 2004
Islanders riot over death in custody - Age 27th November 2004
Nine arrests for island riot - Age 28th November 2004
Outrage over black prison deaths - Age 30th November 2004
Payback warning over Palm Island - Age 1st December 2004
Youths say man meted out noose punishment - Age 2nd December 2004
Black leaders warn police to stay away from funeral - 2nd December 2004
Now for the humiliation of Aborigines - Kim Carr Age 2nd December 2004
Uneasy truce comes to Palm Island - Age 3rd December 2004
Two charged on noose claims - Age 3rd December 2004
Black leaders offer new accord - Australian 4th December 2004
Long Walk over, longer journey ahead - Australian 4th December 2004
'Give us some hope' - Age 4th December 2004
A force for her people - Age 4th December 2004
New hope for indigenous AustraliansEditorial - Courier Mail 6th December 2004
Indigenous leaders respond to land rights overhaul - ABC Radio 6th December 2004
New Indigenous body to meet - ABC Radio - AM 6th December 2004
Pat Dodson Sells Out - Australian 7th December 2004
Mick Mansell's Response to Dodson Sell-out - Age 7th December 2004
Recriminations fly as accused face funeral ban - Sydney Morning Herald 7th December 2004
"Burn, you dogs": alleged taunt as station torched - Courier Mail 7th December 2004
A new indigenous politics Paul Kelly - Australian 8th December 2004
Govt 'gag' on indigenous advisers - Age 8th December 2004
The trouble with Keith Windschuttle Gerard Henderson - The Age 8th December 2004
Greek and Aboriginal communities unite against British Museum - Neos Kosmos:English Edition - 13th December 2004
Black apology on Premier's lips - Australian 15th December 2004
Editorial: Stark numbers on black deaths - Australian 16th December 2004
Mother and daughter face court over Palm Island riot - Courier Mail 16th December 2004
'Racist' officers favour white tenants - Australian 16th December 2004
Clark may pay for Yanner - Courier Mail 18th December 2004
Activist remains defiant - Courier Mail 18th December 2004
Clark on holiday as fare row grows - Courier Mail 20th December 2004
Redfern Coalition of Aboriginal organisations to resist forcible acquisition of The Block - ABC 20th December 2004
Clark backflips over purchase of Yanner's air ticket - Courier Mail 21st December 2004
Statement from Michael Mansell - 23rd December 2004
Indigenous affairs back on agenda - The Age 25th December 2004

PIC investigates NSW rural police misconduct - AM - ABC Radio 14th January 2005
Pearson named 'Australian of the Year' - The Australian 15th January 2005
A bone to pick with museums - Times Online 16th January 2005
Tovey or not Tovey - Age 16th January 2005
Doomadgee had reading of 0.29 - The Australian 7th February 2005
Mother tells of son's injuries - The Age 8th February 2005
Police 'bash victim' too weak to eat - The Age 9th February 2005
Senator Amanda Vanstone - Address to National Press Club - 23rd February 2005
Reconciliation a building block by prominent Aboriginal assimilation advocate Noel Pearson - 19th April 2005
Plan to get black kids into training - 22nd April 2005
Joh was no statesman Phillip Adams - 26th April 2005
Black responsibility deals 'no miracle' The Australian - 16th May 2005
Howard Pledge on Race Relations The Age - 30th May 2005
Workshop finds minister hard to reconcile - The Age 31st May 2005
"A Nation Dispossessed" by Pat Dodson - The Age - 31st May 2005
NT politics targets public drinking ABC Radio AM program - 1st June 2005
Pearson backs Howards approach to Indigenous affairs Transcript of The Insiders - ABC-TV - 5th June 2005
Pearson no Messiah: O'Donoghue The Australian - 6th June 2005
Aborigines clash over PM's words The Age - 6th June 2005
Boy jailed for an ice cream The Australian - 6th June 2005
Freeman concerned by poor state of Aboriginal health The Herald-Sun - 5th June 2005
Royalties divide Yunupingu family The Australian - 11th June 2005
Millions fund just four houses The Australian - 13th June 2005
Editorial: Yunupingu must account for cash The Australian - 14th June 2005
Labor and CLP in Northern Territory take hard line on anti-social behaviour ABC Radio AM program - 16th June 2005
Proposed anti-social laws in NT to make it tougher for long grassers ABC Radio AM program - 17th June 2005
Clare Martin defends anti-social behaviour laws ABC Radio AM program - 17th June 2005
Gulpilil angry at plan to jail drunks -The Age - 18th June 2005
Lost scandal amid NT election politicking The Age - 19th June 2005
Keeping it real Aboriginal The Australian - 20th June 2005
Cold comfort The Australian - 20th June 2005
The ugly ocker rears his racist head once more The Australian - 20th July 2005
Number of Aborigines in prison stuns activist Angela Davis The Age - 22nd July 2005
Costello embraces Pearson's radical reforms The Age - 22nd July 2005
Costello hears elders' despair over children The Age - 23rd July 2005
Aborigines back welfare overhaul The Age - 25th July 2005
Clash of cultures: Aboriginal leader rejects Pearson as 'new messiah' The Age - 30th July 2005
Irate Gulpilil loses licence The Age - 4th August 2005
Yunupingu plans own mine The Australian - 8th August 2005
Lawyers fail the native title test The Australian - 8th August 2005
The big picture, little dreaming The Australian - 15th August 2005
Yunupingu to face funding probe The Australian - 15th August 2005
Warren Mundine - Hope lies in the great Australian dream The Australian - 15th August 2005
David Gulpilil - A feather in his cap The Age - 20th August 2005
Gulpilil widens a cultural journey The Weekend Australian - 20th August 2005
The dollars and sense of SRA's just don't add up The National Indigenous Times - 1st September 2005
The winds of change at Papunya The Age - 4th September 2005
Indigenous art makes mark in city of light The Australian - 9th September 2005
Aborigines must change to survive: Mundine The Australian - 10th September 2005
Survey sparks indigenous funds row The Age - 12th September 2005
Leaving is the key to survival The Australian - 12th September2005
Crikey, the myths are getting bigger The National Indigenous Times - 16th September 2005
FLASH BLAK: Merv Bishop's life through words, music and photos The NIT - 16th September2005
Playing the race card - NZ Elections The Australian - 16th September 2005
Quiet revolution a silent disaster The National Indigenous Times - 16th September 2005
End near for Kalahari Bushmen The Australian - 18th September 2005
Helen Hughes: Policies entrench poverty The Australian - 23rd September 2005
Editorial: Putting people first The Australian - 26th September 2005
Ten reasons for not going into politics - Mark Latham The Age - 28th September 2005
Remote living 'no good for blacks' The Australian - 28th September 2005
Keith Windschuttle: Racist essay is from the Left, not the Right The Australian - 29th September 2005
NSWALC weighs in, Mundine weighs out? The NIT - 29th September 2005
The dark side of The Latham Diaries The National Indigenous Times - 29th September 2005
Warren Mundine: How to lose friends and influence people The NIT - 29th September 2005
ALP offers cautious support to land rights reforms The National Indigenous Times - 5th October 2005
New British laws allow Aboriginal remains to return The Age - 6th October 2005
Couple's rift exposes years of corruption The Sunday Age - 16th October 2005
Pearson calls for end to passive welfare - The Australian - 14th November 2005
No faith in charity The Australian - 19th November 2005
Terror laws threat to 'basic civil liberties' The Age - 5th December 2005
Educator backs push to lift Aboriginal schooling The Age - 6th December 2005
How Peter Costello became a Cape crusader The Age - 6th December 2005
Costello's welfare by Peter Costello The Age - 6th December 2005
MPs back Costello plan to redirect welfare pay The Age - 6th December 2005
Schooling for Kooris under fire The Age - 7th December 2005
Elders pass on songs in race to save languages The Age - 7th December 2005
The great American hypnosis by Harold Pinter The Age - 9th December 2005

Labor's great black hope - Australian - 1st January 2006
If Australia's history brings shame, then let it be uttered - The Age - 20yh January 2006
Aboriginal Leader Wants Gift Back - The Age - 21st January 2006
Stop whingeing, Mundine warns ALP - The Age - 30th January 2006
Brough's sister identifies as Aboriginal - Australian - 31st January 2006
Elders in court 'a more just system' - Australian - 6th February 2006
Libs play race card on beach stabbings - Australian - 6th February 2006
Gary Johns: The land rights initiative has failed - Australian - 7th February 2006
Cathy races to back ore project - Australian - 9th February 2006
Deadline on Pilbara ore project - Australian - 9th February 2006
Department did not verify Hillsong references - Australian - 15th February 2006
Aborigines quitting the public service - Australian - 16th February 2006
Hillsong Dumped Again - Australian - 17th February 2006
Black GST plan a protest camp at Commonwealth Games transcript- ABC-TV Stateline - 24th February 2006
Let the Empire Games begin with a royal makeover - Australian - 6th March 2006
No present without dark past - Australian - 11th March 2006
I thank God every night, says new Labor head - the Catholic Weekly - 12th March 2006
Without Cathy Freeman, Aborigines aren't in the race - The Age - 14th March 2006
Call for ACCC to investigate Aboriginal art industry - ABC Radio PM - 15th March 2006
Glimpse into history wars nets gold medal for literature- The Age - 15th March 2006
Memo: we're not all sharing in the common wealth - The Age - 17th March 2006
Minister's sister on the attack - Australian - 17th March 2006
Christopher Pearson: Shift in the right direction - Australian - 18th March 2006
Portrayal of Muslims 'tainted by racism'- The Age - 18th March 2006
Third of Aussies ignorant about Islam: survey- The Age - 20th March 2006
Business of blood lines- Australian - 20th March 2006
'No advances' in Aboriginal education- Australian - 24th March 2006
'Aborigine kids let down in classroom- Australian - 24th March 2006
URBAN CONNECTIONS- The Age - 28th March 2006
Aboriginal skeletons head home- Australian - 28th March 2006
Fine words but few deeds - by Wayne Atkinson - The Age - 10th April 2006
Domain campers face deadline - The Age - 10th April 2006
Protesters offered peace deal - The Age - 10th April 2006
Indigenous health 'a major problem' - The Age - 11th April 2006
Aboriginal campsite row gets hotter- transcript ABC Radio - 11th April 2006
Ferals run amok by Andrew Bolt - Melbourne Herald Sun - 12th April 2006
Soverignty Burns Within - Australian - 17th April 2006
Smoke and mirrors by Andrew Bolt - Melbourne Herald Sun - 19th April 2006
Keeping a flame for indigenous justice- The Age - 20th April 2006
New laws to douse sacred fire- Melbourne Herald Sun - 22nd April 2006
80,000 Native Canadians to Be Compensated for School Abuse - The New York Times - 27th April 2006
Stalked by a culture of misogyny - The Age - 22nd May 2006
The familiar echo of Aboriginal condemnation - The Age - 22nd May 2006
Rights of indigenous women and children must come first - The Age - 26thMay 2006
My dream of real reconciliation - The Age - 27thMay 2006
Shame and guilt no help to Wadeye - The Age - 28thMay 2006
Violence not confined to remote communities - The Age - 29thMay 2006
Aborigines need army: Mundine - Australian - 30th May 2006
Few Aboriginal communities can govern themselves - The Age - 21st June 2006
Black health 'horror' - Australian - 22nd June 2006
Don't listen to those who despise us - by Noel Pearson - The Age - 26th June 2006
The Rappers are Revolting - The Age - 1st July 2006
Christopher Pearson: Beware of a relapse, Noel - Australian - 1st July 2006
Aboriginal Embassy reunion: Fight's not yet gone out - The Canberra Times - 24th August 2006
Australian Court Rules That the City of Perth Belongs to Aborigines - The New York Times - 21st September 2006
* Noel Pearson: A mighty moral victory - The Australian - 23rd September 2006
Walking in two worlds - The Australian - 28th October 2006
DNA Gatherers Hit a Snag: The Tribes Don't Trust Them - The New York Times - 10th December 2006
Travesty on Palm Island - The Australian - 23rd December 2006

Stuck in a down town - Sydney Morning Herald - 26th February 2007
Stumbling Block for school plan - Sydney Morning Herald - 6th March 2007
Report calls for shake-up in Aboriginal housing - Age - 9th March 2007
Not just a black problem - Age - 17th March 2007
Drawing the line on ownership - Sydney Morning Herald - 7th April 2007
Essendon's indigenous revival - Age - 8th April 2007
Reclaiming the past can be personal - the Sydney Morning Herald - 9th April 2007
Fighting for a few more years - the Sydney Morning Herald - 14th April 2007
Conned, working in dirty, crowded rooms and paid a pittance: Aboriginal artists' raw deal exposed - Age - 14th April 2007
Justine Saunders: Aboriginal actress who broke stereotypes - Age - 17th April 2007
Alice camp plan rejected - Sydney Morning Herald - 19th April 2007
Uncle Kev's devotees celebrate credence for a clear water revivalist - Age - 21st April 2007
Mining boom 'classic case of colonisation' - the Sydney Morning Herald - 23rd April 2007
Get the work habit, says Indian chief - the Age - 27th April 2007
Fraser slams indigenous policy fiasco - the Sydney Morning Herald - 27th April 2007
Aboriginal health on the road to nowhere with unfunded policies - the Age - 27th April 2007
Tasmanians to fight UK unis over ancestors - the Sydney Morning Herald - 28th April 2007
Museum lawyers claim bias - the SydneyMorning Herald - 29th April 2007
Aborigines have to save themselves - Noel Pearson - the Age - 19th May 2007
'Nigger' stand to go but name persists - the Australian - 22nd May 2007
Indigenous benefits scheme branded demeaning - the Age - 22nd May 2007
After four decades, Aborigines still struggle to be heard - the Age - 22nd May 2007
Sexy, dangerous and up in lights - the Age - 22nd May 2007
Dodgy dreaming as parasites run free- by Marcia Langton - Australian - 25th May 2007
After 40 years, Pastor Nicholls' 'magic question' lingers - Age - 26th May 2007
Time to end our own apartheid Editorial - Australian - 26th May 2007
Poll led to 'apartheid-style regime' - Australian - 26th May 2007
Poll led to 'apartheid-style regime' - Australian - 26th May 2007
Up in arms over thin blue line - Australian - 26th May 2007
The image of a tragedy - Australian - 26th May 2007
No cause for celebration on Victoria's land rights record - the Age - 4th June 2007
Cape native title 'crusade' won - Australian - 8th June 2007
Colonial ways 'slaughtering' Aborigines - Australian - 8th June 2007
Police force fined over riot injuries - Australian - 8th June 2007
Noel Pearson "drunk with power", says NSW Land Council leader - AAP - 9th July, 2007
Pearson labelled arrogant and ignorant by TV boss - AAP - 31st July, 2007
NZ MP attacks Govt over 'racist military invasion' - ABC News - 8th August 2007
Far-Reaching Policy for Aborigines Draws Their Fury - The New York Times - 24th August 2007
Dodson attacks government's intervention in NT - AAP - September 12, 2007
Dodson lashes 'sinister intervention' The Australian - 13th September 2007
Yunupingu to hand over traditional land in 99-year lease - AAP - 19th September 2007
Australia tops list for vanishing languages - ABC News - 19th September 2007
Top leader now backs Territory intervention - Age - 20th September 2007
Galarrwuy Yunupingu considering setting up new elders' group - AAP - 20th September, 2007
Indigenous leader signs 99-year land lease to Govt - ABC-TV -The 7.70 Report - 20th September 2007
Top leader now backs Territory intervention - the Age - 20th September 2007
The challenge begins The Australian - 21st September 2007
Whose coup? Canberra and clan both celebrate a deal - The Age - 22nd September 2007
Yolngu elders want their own voice - AAP - 25th September, 2007
Indigenous leaders vent over Govt lease deals - ABC News - 26th September 2007
Inquest into 30 deaths 'a whitewash' The Australian - 1st October 2007
Fears visit by foreign reporters a whitewash The Sydney Morning Herald - 9th October 2007
Files reveal the silly, scary spies' eye-view of Aboriginal history - The Sydney Morning Herald - 5th November 2007
Labor accused of selling Cape down the river - The Australian - 14th November 2007
Noel Pearson's statement on Kevin Rudd - The Australian - 23rd November 2007
Indigenous leaders welcome defeat of Howard and Brough - AAP - 25th November, 2007
It's time to stop playing politics with vulnerable livesThe Sydney Morning Herald - 30th November 2007
Blame game ends here - The Australian - 15th December 2007
Queensland to roll out indigenous welfare reform trial - AAP - 21st December, 2007

Homes built on despair- The Australian - 5th January 2008
Incentives will bring top teachers - The Australian - 19th January 2008
Australia Says 'Sorry' to Aborigines for Mistreatment - The New York Times - 13th february 2008
Agendas of addiction - The Australian - 1st March 2008
Let's have fun, said some, and name a festival 'Up Your Bum' - The age - 8th March 2008
Journo fury at Aboriginal press curbs - The Australian - 20th March 2008
Forget a treaty, say Pearson, Yunupingu - The Australian - 25th April 2008
Bigotry makes us sick - The Canberra Times - 26th April 2008
From Apology, A Hit Song Makes Impact In Australia - The New York Times - 29th April 2008
Obama! What he must do to win by Noel Pearson - The Monthly Magazine - May 2008
A TIME TO TRY, A TIME TO CRY - The Canberra Times - 21st June 2008
Five steps get them off welfare- The Australian - 9th August 2008
Ban Aboriginal dole until 21, Noel Pearson pleads- The Australian - 22nd August 2008
Thinkers, take up the chalk- The Australian - 4th September 2008
Offer could aid people who need it- The Australian - 25th October 2008
Man with his work cut out>- The Australian - 8th November 2008
Oh Give Me a Home Where the Cowboys and Kangaroos Roam - The New York Times - 26th November 2008
Pip Starr: Passionate filmmaker left broken hearted by his subjects- The Age - 19th December 2008

Pause for thoughts - The Canberra Times - 31st January 2009
the hardest word - The Sunday Courier Mail - 7th February 2009
Living the Dream - The Sunday Hearld-Sun - 22nd February 2009
Good intentions never enough - The Canberra Times - 23rd February 2009
...but nothing for Aboriginal children - The Australian - 26th February 2009
Voices of dissent The Australian - 26th February 2009
Is the media part of the Aboriginal health problem, and part of the solution? - Inside Story - 3rd March 2009
Chronicler of a disaster foretold -by Marcia Langton - The Australian - 4th March 2009
PM puts price on children: professor - The Australian - 5th March 2009
Macklin extends intervention -by - The Australian - 6th March 2009
Council slams ACC inquiry -by - The Northern Territory News - 6th March 2009
Extension helps kids: Mundine - The Australian - 7th March 2009
Aborigines need action not ideology - Comment by Russel Skelton - The Age - 7th March 2009
NT alcohol laws a waste: police - The Age - 12th March 2009
Language ban blamed for Indigenous school attendance drop - The National Indigenous Times - 5th March 2009
Dancing with the scars - The Sydney Morning Herald - 14th March 2009
Veteran Aboriginal actor hopes to inspire the next generation - The Age - 21st March 2009
Starry, starry Nite - The Age - 23rd March 2009
Equality backed for 'new ATSIC' - The Australian - 25th April 2009
Story of deadly blood feud sparks $14m claim - The Australian - 25th April 2009
Remote love story wins hearts at Cannes - The Australian - 18th May 2009

The Incivility of Marcia Langton: - Quadrant - April 2010
Life of Brian - The Monthly - June 2010
Telling whites what they want to hear - Overland - 4th September 2010
Noel Pearson not our leader, say wild river men > - The Age - 30th September 2010
Inside the killing fields of Queensland - The Australian - 6th October 2010
Twiggy's indigenous job plan falls short - AAP - 1st November 2010

Langton backs Pearson referendum model - The Australian - 27th January 2011
State student turnout fails to make the grade> - The Courier Mail - 19th February 2011
Mad Marcia; The Nutty Professor - The Monthly - April 2011
Pearson backs Keating on native title reverse onus - The Weekend Australian - 4th June 2011
School sacks staff to pay back money for phantom students - The Australian - 8th June 2011
College offered finance lifeline - The Cairns Post - 28th June 2011
Noel Pearson to take control of school - AAP - 12th July 2011
Djarragun `rife with nepotism' - The Australian - 22nd August 2011
Crime check charges - The Australian - 23rd August 2011
Greens confront traditional owners on coalmine plan> - The Australian - 2nd September 2011
Cape leader has lifeline for indigenous college> - The Australian - 12th September, 2011
Djarragun College concerns - The Cairns Post - 16th September 2011
$25,000 for unfair dismissal - The Cairns Post - 28th September 2011
Symbolism is not enough: Pearson - The Age - 10th October, 2011
Abbott may be best hope on hot issue . . . on Noel time - The Age - 17th October 2011
Wild Rivers Act crushes Aborigines: Pearson - The Weekend Australian - 5th November, 2011
Pearson tagged `fly-in, fly-out' - The Australian - 16th November 2011
Police weigh charges on Djarragun `fraud'> - The Australian - 26th December, 2011
Enrolment failures attended to, Djarragun insists - The Australian - 27th December 2011

School open after fraud claims - The Australian - 24th January, 2012
Abbott holds race key: Pearson - The Australian - 10th February, 2012
Pearson family `has record of bullying' - The Australian - 23rd February, 2012
Legal spotlight on Hope Vale land deal: - Bullying tactics alleged - The Cairns Post - 23rd February, 2012
Doctor prevented infant mortality - Archie Kalokerinos obituary - The SMH - 17th March 2012
Britain destroyed records of colonial crimes - The Guradian - 18th April 2012
Dark Hearts > - The Guardian - 24th April 2012
Pearson yet to learn lessons of leadership - The Australian - 28th April 2012
Why I continue to be inspired by Pearson - The Australian - 5th May, 2012
Differences of opinion far from searing attack - The Weekend Australian - 12th May, 2012
Activist slams Cape reformer> - The Courier Mail - 28th May, 2012
Forrest pledged $3m to help Pearson take over Djarragun College - News.com - 30th May 2012
Djarragun College principal suspended pending police investigation - The Courier Mail - 9th June 2012
Top teacher stood down over 'ghosts' - The Courier Mail - 9th June, 2012
Indigenous funding wasted, mayors say - AAP - 7th May, 2012
Forrest pledged $3m to help Pearson take over Djarragun College - The Australian - 30th May, 2012
Djarragun fund error balloons - The Australian - 31st May, 2012
Trouble forgotten as indigenous school puts uni in sight of kids> - The Australian - 4th June, 2012
Pearson's plea over $5.5m bill rejected - The Australian - 25th June, 2012
Pearson denies phantom students cost millions - The Australian - 26th June, 2012
Labor call to lean on Newman - The Australian - 16 July, 2012
Probity of Pearson project under review - The Australian - 17th July, 2012
Cape Tribulations: Noel Pearson and the Welfare Reform Trial - The Monthly - August 2012
Pearson fights off cancer scare - The Australian - 6th August, 2012
Abbott's Cape York listening tour falls on deaf ears - The Tracker - 13th August 2012
Cape Crusader - The Sydney Morning Herald - 25th August 2012
Quieter, greyer, but unbowed: Pearson fights on - The Weekend Australian - 25th August, 2012
A zealot's fight to lift people up - The Weekend Australian - 25th August, 2012
The rise (and fall?) of Pearson, a 'product of the times' - Crikey.com - 30th August 2012
Cape trial extended - The Cairns Post - 1st September, 2012
New MP backs Pearson mode - The Australian - 20th September, 2012
Warren Mundine: Free agent - the Australian - 3rd November 2012
Pearson joins chorus of support for Anderson - The Australian - 3rd November 2012

Sinister truth behind the bikini - the Age - 6th February 2013
Marcia Langton sparks academic spat over charges of 'racism' - Crikey - 22nd February 2013
Marcia Langton defends non-disclosure on mining cash before Boyers > - Crikey - 22nd February 2013
Langton's 'racist accusation' expunged from history - Crikey - 26th March 2013
Qld backflips on Cape York welfare reform - ABC news - 28th Mar 2013
Why concerns over funding Cape York welfare trial are valid - Crikey.com - 2nd April 2013
The Art of Richard Bell - The Age - 13th April 2013
The Killing Times - The Stringer - 20th April 2013
Evidently: Searching for the 'real' economy on Cape York - by Jon Altman Tracker - 5th June 2013
Portrait of an artist as an angry man - Sydney Morning Herald - 18th June 2013
Lew Griffiths: Filmmaker who fought for Cape York - Obituary - Sydney Morning Herald - 5th September 2013
1993: Noel Pearson, land rights leader - The Australian - 21st September 2013
The Art of Confrontation - Tufts Now - 21st November 2013

George Clooney, Bill Murray and Matt Damon back return of Elgin marbles - The Guardian - 12th February 2014
Bangarra Dance Theatre: history in movement - The Australian - 7th June 2014
The bone collectors: a brutal chapter in Australia's past - The Guardian - 14th June 2014
Reaping the whirlwind of Nazi eugenics - New Scientist - 9th July 2014
anatomy of a beat-up on Aboriginal literacy - Guy Rundle Crikey - 11th july 2014
Columnist For The Australian Tells Cabinet Minister To 'F*ck Off' - New Matilda - 8th August 2014
Dropping bombs and stoking feuds: the other side of Noel Pearson - Sydeny Morning Heral - 18th August 2014
Pearson's grip on Indigenous policy is not backed by evidence - The Conversation - 20th August 2014
Pearson's critics enjoying 'national sport' Rachel Perkins - The Sydney Morning Herald - 27th August 2014
Explainer: what is casual racism? - The Conversation - 2nd September 2014
He's Not The Messiah, He's A Very Haughty Boy Amy McQuire - New Matilda - 3rd September 2014
Is Rachel Perkins right to dismiss Noel Pearson'scritics or is the criticism of him fair? - The National Indigenous Times - 10th September 2014
Noel Pearson for PM? Not so fast - The Canberra Times - 6th October 2014
The art world's shame: why Britain must give its colonial booty back - The Guardian - 5th November 2014
Noel Pearson is a great orator but he's essentially a leader without followers in Aboriginal world - The Canberra Times - 7th November 2014
Indigenous leader Noel Pearson abused by elders during Brisbane speech - ABC news - 7th November 2014
Noel Pearson: I Have Another Dream.Thankfully, It's An Hour Shorter - Amy McQuire New Matilda - 10th November 2014
A Stake in the Game - Timothy Neale Sydney Review of Books - 11th November 2014
Pearson, Langton, Mundine are not our leaders > - The Stringer - 15th November 2014
Noel Pearson and Warren Mundine effigies burned in Indigenous G20 rally - The Guardian - 16th November 2014
Noel Pearson and Warren Mundine effigies burned in Indigenous G20 rally - The Guardian - 16th November 2014
He may have unravelled DNA, but James Watson deserves to be shunned - the Guardian - 1st December 2014
Parthenon marbles: Greece furious over British loan to Russia - the Guardian - 6th December 2014
Jail rates soar in states and territories, statistics show - The Guardian - 12th December 2014

'Nothing is off the table' in NT taskforce to tackle rising youth crime - The Guardian - 17th April 2015
Get over historical indigenous wrongs: Noel Pearson > - The Australian - 7th May 2015
NT Stolen Generations organisation closes, facing audit over alleged misuse of funds - ABC News - 21st May 2015
Who's afraid of the Indigenous middle class? - The Guardian - 9th June 2015
'He came to see blackfellas!' When Muhammad Ali visited Fitzroy by Joe Gorman - Guardian - 15th June 2015
Book tells of 19th century body-snatching and skull collecting > - Age - 20th June 2015
Bad Aunty: Seven Years On, How ABC Lateline Sparked The Racist NT Intervention - New Matilda - 21st June 2015
Seven Years of Noel Pearson Trials Have Led Aurukun To The Bottom of the National Heap - By Amy McQuire New Matilda - 24th July 2015
Adam Goodes, Lewis Jetta, Cathy Freeman, Nicky Winmar: five times black pride was shut down - The Sydney Morning Herald - 29th July 2015
Nova Peris says government language around Indigenous people is patronising - The Guardian - 2nd August 2015
'Unprofessional conduct' at Deakin's Koorie institute - The Australian - 16th September 2015
Six teenagers hooded and transferred to Darwin adult prison, report reveals - The Guardian - 18th September 2015
Man who stole $1m from Indigenous Business Australia allegedly bought Aston Martin, jewellery, doll house with money - ABC News - 16th October 2015
A matter of trust: What happened to $34 million from Aboriginal fund on Groote Eylandt? - ABC News - 6th November 2015
Things That Can And Cannot Be Said : John Cusack in Conversation with Arundhati Roy - Outlook - 16th November 2015
Noel Pearson's 'social experiments' in North Queensland are failing - The Sydney Morning Herald - 24th November 2015
Edward Snowden meets Arundhati Roy and John Cusack: 'He was small and lithe, like a house cat' - The Guardian - 28th November 2015
Heart of darkness: Melbourne University's racist professors - The Age - 30th November 2015
Empowered Communities project stalled since Turnbull took over from Abbott > - The Canberra Times - 5th December 2015
Mabunji Aboriginal corporation audit reveals 'financial irregularities', ORIC says - ABC News - 24th December 2015

National Indigenous Times acquired by Wayne Bergmann's 'pro-business' syndicate - ABC News - 21st January 2016
Noel Pearson says 1788 is 'one of three' defining moments for Australia - SBS - 27th January 2016
Indigenous drive at 'dead end': Warren Mundine and Noel Pearson - the Australian - 28th January 2016
Radical centre can create highest compromise on recognition by Noel Pearson - The Australian - 28th January 2016
'I was 35 and made the wrong turn': Noel Pearson reveals his greatest regret - The Sydney Morning Herald - 28th January 2016
Indigenous drive at 'dead end': Warren Mundine and Noel Pearson - The Australian - 28th January 2016
The problemwith Indigenous affairs solutions - the Sydney Morning Herald - 6th February 2016
Cry for respect as Indigenous affairs reach crisis point; Closing the Gap - Leaders appeal to PM - the Sydney Morning Herald - 10th February 2016
Paternalism is not working - the Canberra Times - 10th February 2016
Malcolm Turnbull hands down Closing the Gap report showing Indigenous life expectancy has not improved - the ABC - 10th February 2016
Boort's significant Indigenous history on a global scale - the ABC - 12th February 2016
Noel Pearson's hunt for the 'radical centre' is doomed - The Age - 18th February 2016
What it means to be Tasmanian Aboriginal: Four people share their stories - the ABC - 23rd February 2016
'It's the same story': How Australia and Canada are twinning on bad outcomes for Indigenous people - the Guardian - 25th February 2016
'Father of Reconciliation' Pat Dodson in line to take vacant Labor Senate seat - the ABC - 2nd March 2016
It's time Melbourne Uni stopped honouring eugenicist Richard Berry - the Sydney Morning Herald - 6th March 2016
Tree clearing: Indigenous leader Noel Pearson hits out at changes to Queensland's Native Vegetation Act - The ABC - 9th March 2016
Patrick Dodson carries the possibility of hope - the ydney Morning Herald - 10th March 2016
The Government turns a blind eye to Aboriginal disadvantage - the Age - 30th March 2016
UNSW defends Indigenous guidelines amidst claims of 'whitewashing' and 'rewriting' history - the ABC - 30th March 2016
It's not 'politically correct' to say Australia was invaded, it's history - the Guardian - 30th March 2016
Electorate ofMcMillan to be renamed due to associations with Indigenous slaughter - the ABC - 31st March 2016
Backlog of Aboriginal land claims will take 90 years to clear - the ABC - 3rd April 2016
Pat Dodson demands Australia improve its high rates of Indigenous incarceration - the ABC - 13th April 2016
Patrick Dodson says Indigenous incarceration rate an 'utter disgrace' - the Guardian - 13th April 2016
'Disgraceful' pay rise for Indigenous public service arm - the Canberra Times - 13th April 2016
Dodson laments 'narrow-eyed' justice system - the Canberra Times - 14th April 2016
Staff at Indigenous agency left to fend for themselves on pay - the Canberra Times - 14th April 2016
Amnesty International criticise Indigenous Affairs Minister over statement - the ABC - 15th April 2016
Remembering the Appin Massacre - Lateline ABC-TV - 15th April 2016
Aboriginal deaths in custody: It's getting worse not better, - the ABC News - 15th April 2016
Indigenous incarceration in Australia at a glance - the Conversation - 15th April 2016
Indigenous leaders and Amnesty International criticise Indigenous Affairs Minister over statement - the - 15th April 2016
Amnesty accuses Scullion of false 'progress' claims - the ABC News - 15th April 2016
Aboriginal deaths in custody: 25 years on, the vicious cycle remains - the Guardian - 15th April 2016
Death in black and white The rate at which Indigenous people imprisoned has doubled over the past 25 years - the Age - 16th April 2016
End the Aboriginal Cult of Victimhood and Focus on What Matters by Anthony Dillon - the Australian - 19th April 2016
Landmark agreement signed between Commonwealth and Ngarrindjeri Nation - the ABC - 20th April 2016
AdamGiles calls for renewed debate about Uluru climb - the ABC - 20th April 2016
Bookkeeper blames gambling addiction for $780,000 theft from NT Aboriginal organisations - ABC News - 21st April 2016
Aboriginal - Maori: how Indigenous health suffers on both sides of the ditch - the Conversation - 21st April 2016
Indigenous health: wealthy nations not always better than developing countries - the Guardian - 21st April 2016
Rock solid case to climb - the NT News - 23rd April 2016
Reconciliation is still not on the horizon - the Sydney Morning Herald - 18th April 2016
Dutch shipwreck survivors' legacy etched in faces of kin - the Weekend Australian - 23rd April 2016
Jetta booing not racist, argues Swans chairman - the Age - 25th April 2016
Work for the Dole slammed as unsafe, forced-labour scheme - the Age - 25th April 2016
Indigenous incarceration up 27pc in a year - the Canberra Times - 25th April 2016
Former Indigenous Land Council chair speaks out over pressure on board - the ABC - 26th April 2016
Nigel Scullion asked billion-dollar land fund to change annual report, FOI documents reveal - the ABC - 26th April 2016
Black Comedy star Nakkiah Lui on how humour is sparking fresh thinking on Indigenous issues - the ABC - 26th April 2016
Hunt won't stop rail project for artefacts - the Sydney Morning Herald - 26th April 2016
The push for a treaty with Indigenous Australians and why some don't want recognition in the Constitution - the ABC - 27th April 2016
Pat Dodson electedWA's newest senator - the ABC - 28th April 2016
Composer David Page has died at the age of 55 - the ABC - 29th April 2016
A practical, constitutional promise to do things with Aborigines, not to them - the Australian - 29th April 2016
Unholy Alliances: the forces at play against Land Rights - Land Rights News - April 2016
Australia Post failed to stop campaign of racist abuse, says employee - the Sun-Herald - 1st May 2016
Canberra set to bail out Uluru venture - the Australian - 2nd May 2016
Black deathmyths abound - the Canberra Times - 2nd May 2016
WA Chief Justice WayneMartin speaks out on state's incarceration numbers - the ABC - 3rd May 2016
Tree-clearing laws unfair for Aborigines, says land council - the Australian - 4th May 2016
Bowraville families march on NSW Parliament, demanding justice for murdered children - the ABC - 5th May 2016
Invasion or settlement row grows louder; History - No plans to amend curriculum - the Age - 5th May 2016
Serial killer probe 'tainted by race' - the Australian - 5th May 2016
Bowraville murders: State Parliament votes down bill, dashes hopes for cases to proceed - the ABC - 5th May 2016
Chief Justice rails at 'national disgrace' - the Australian - 6th May 2016
A tenacious voice for his people - the Courier Mail - 7th May 2016
Get over historical indigenous wrongs: Noel Pearson - the Australian - 7th May 2016
Callous Disregard - transcript - 4 Corners - ABC-TV - 9th May 2016
Don't forget victims in push to cut Indigenous prison numbers - the Sydney Morning Herald - 9th May 2016
Aurukun teachers evacuated after alleged carjacking in Indigenous community - The Guardian - 10th May 2016 2016
Bookkeeper jailed for $780k theft from Aboriginal organisations in Central Australia - ABC News - 10th May 2016
World's oldest known ground-edge stone axe fragments found inWestern Australia - the ABC - 11th May 2016
Stone axe found in the Kimberley rewrites evolution of stone tools - the ABC - 11th May 2016
Bookkeeper jailed for $780k theft from Aboriginal organisations - the ABC - 11th May 2016
The Aboriginal Tent Embassy: 'We were all young, crazy, but we believed in justice' - the Guardian - 11th May 2016
Tensions flare between Coalition and National Congress over indigenous support - the ABC radio - 11th May 2016
We must embrace Indigenous issues - the Age - 12th May 2016
New Zealand's indigenous reconciliation efforts show having a treaty isn't enough - the Conversation - 12th May 2016
Petulant At Heart, Bolt's Argument Obscures Facts - the Australian - 13th May 2016
Copyright row over Honey Ant Readers divides community at Yipirinya school - the Age - 14th May 2016
Is Australia ready for colour TV? - the Sydney Morning Herald - 14th May 2016
Noel Pearson's advice 'ignored' before Aurukun attack - the Australian - 14th May 2016
Stealing charges brought against former chief executive of Indigenous sporting organisation - ABC News - 16th May 2016
Footy club apologises after blackface storm erupts - the Age - 16th May 2016
Pollies average $211k-plus in super scheme - the Australian - 16th May 2016
Indigenous consumers scammed out of $1.2m last year, a rise of 65% - the Guardian - 18th May 2016
Four big tests for Indigenous art appeal; Aboriginal works - the Australian Financial Review - 19th May 2016
Police probed suspicions of Bowraville families - the Australian - 20th May 2016
No apology over dancer's image - the Australian - 21st May 2016
Bipartisan white-out - the Canberra Times - 21st May 2016
'My relative was a mass murderer of Australia's Gunai people. Can I make amends?' - the Guardian - 22nd May 2016
SA joins NSW in campaign for Indigenous constitutional recognition - ABC - 23rd May 2016
Campaign to scrap SA nuclear waste dump plans goes national - ABC - 25th May 2016
Casual racism in AFL no joke, new book finds - the Age - 25th May 2016
Peris's race run after just one term - the Australian - 25th May 2016
Justice Sought for children of Bowraville - the Sydney Morning Herald - 25th May 2016
Aurukun teachers evacuated for six weeks after burglary attempts - The Guardian - 25th May 2016
Election 2016: Half of NT's Indigenous population not enrolled to vote, electoral commission says - the ABC - 25th May 2016
In celebrating the Indigenous Round, we need to shine a light on struggles still being faced - the Advertiser - 26th May 2016
Teachers flee Aurukun: Government criticised over jobs project - ABC - 26th May 2016
Bowraville: The Next Step - the Australian - 26th May 2016
We've been silent too long - the Canberra Times - 26th May 2016
Aurukun a 'failed social experiment', Queensland federal MP Warren Entsch says - ABC News - 26th May 2016
Aurukun: Queensland Government accused of contributing to crisis in Indigenous community - the ABC - 26th May 2016
Aurukun: Noel Pearson's syllabus partly to blame for school crisis, says former principal - The - 27th May 2016
So Little Has Changed In 50 Years For First Peoples - by Rosalie Kunoth-Monks - the Australian - 27th May 2016
Aurukun strife shows failure of our leaders - the Courier Mail - 27th May 2016
Lament For a Lost Generation - the Australian - 28th May 2016
Pearson stands by Aurukun model - the Australian - 28th May 2016
Aurukun blame turns onto Noel Pearson welfare reforms - Australian - 28th May 2016
Policing review needed in Aurukun; school should not be sole focus, Noel Pearson says - the ABC - 28th May 2016
Shorten vows to be "forward leaning" on Indigenous recognition - ABC radio - 28th May 2016
Victoria moves towards treaty - the Age - 28th May 2016
Pearson Cops Aurukun Heat - the Courier Mail - 28th May 2016
Bowraville takes on the state - the Sydney Morning Herald - 28th May 2016
No sympathy for Nova's crying game - the NT News - 29th May 2016
Noel Pearson's program part of problem in Aurukun, Indigenous educator Chris Sarra says - ABC News - 29th May 2016
Rum Jungle uranium mine in NT polluting environment 45 years after closure - the ABC - 30th May 2016
Coalition is far from settled on indigenous reform - the Australian - 30th May 2016
Milingimbi'sWWII history: Remembering the bombing of a NT Indigenous community - the ABC - 31st May 2016
Aboriginal burial sites disturbed on a regular basis - ABC Radio - 2nd June 2016
Indigenous works leap back to life at auction - the Australian Financial Review - 2nd June 2016
Land Council boss calls on PM to replace Indigenous Affairs Minister - ABC Radio - 2nd June 2016
Thicker Than Water by Cal Flyn review - my ancestor the murderer - the Guardian - 2nd June 2016
25 years of reconciliation and what do we have to show for it? - the Guardian - 3rd June 2016
Astronomy the centre point of Indigenous culture, researcher says - the ABC - 3rd June 2016
Invisible realm by Nicholas Rothwell - the Australian - 4th June 2016
Our ugly problem with racism - the Sydney Morning Herald - 4th June 2016
Locking away more prisoners makes no economic sense - the Sydney Morning Herald - 6th June 2016
Indigenous organisations investigated amid allegations of fraud and corruption by senior figures - the ABC - 6th June 2016
Call for action against 'charlatans' targeting Aboriginal communities - the ABC - 7th June 2016
Indigenous film maker Ivan Sen - the ABC - 9th June 2016
Aurukun: pressure mounts for overhaul of Noel Pearson reforms - the Guardian - 9th June 2016
Evidence flimsy' for Aboriginal enrolment - the Australian - 11th June 2016
Too little skin in the Indigenous service-provision game - the Canberra Times - 11th June 2016
'Nah, we're not racist' - the Sunday Age - 12th June 2016
Turnbull agrees Australia was invaded - the Sydney Morning Herald - 15th June 2016
Indigenous public servants quitting over 'racism' - the Canberra Times - 15th June 2016
Course set for referendum failure - the Australian - 15th June 2016
Treaty can be pressure valve, says Mundine - the Australian - 16th June 2016
Department confirms work for the dole penalties are permanent, contradicting Indigenous Affairs minister - the ABC - 16th June 2016
Treaty talk dooms referendum: indigenous panel head - the Australian - 16th June 2016
Invasion not intended, but trouble was inevitable - the Australian - 17th June 2016
Mature debate needed on Indigenous recognition - the Sydney Morning Herald - 17th June 2016
Pioneer refused to take crooked path - the Weekend Australian - 18th June 2016
The British Museum: losing its marbles? - The Bubble - 18th June 2016
Critics from Left and Right can't stomach Aurukun school model's successes - the Australian - 18th June 2016
Talk of a treaty is not going to disappear quietly - the Australian - 18th June 2016
Global Aboriginal DNA research casts light on human genome - ABC - 20th June 2016
Art sale devastates Wurundjeri people - the Age - 20th June 2016
PS ends epic 'Coon cheese' racism saga - the Canberra Times - 21st June 2016
Indigenous leader AFL's diversity boss - the Age - 23rd June 2016
Indigenous policy ripe to disrupt; Indigenous relations - the Australian Financial Review - 23rd June 2016
Relics Act shamefully disrespectful - the Hobart Mercury - 25th June 2016
Humbled By History > - the Australian - 25th June 2016
The history wars rage on - the Canberra Times - 25th June 2016
Indigenous suicide rates in remoteWA communities among worst in world, report finds - the ABC - 27th June 2016
Indigenous suicide rate in Kimberley, among world's highest - the World Today -ABC - 27th June 2016
Indigenous treaty merits election debate - the Age - 27th June 2016
Trust in politicians hits a two-decade low - the Canberra Times - 28th June 2016
Criticism levelled at PM after Indigenous corruption letter receives no response; Tony Abbott replies - the ABC - 28th June 2016
Northern Land Council accused of poor consultation in providing consent for gas exploration in Roper regions - the ABC - 29th June 2016
Tasmania changing rules for people claiming Aboriginal identity - the ABC - 30th June 2016
Retreat signalled on land clearing - the Australian - 29th June 2016
Young Indigenous imprisonment in NT: 'You wouldn't believe it in a modern-day society' - the Guardian - 4th July 2016
Aurukun review: children learn more about US than Australia and Indigenous culture - the Guardian - 5th July 2016
Cape York Academy to get financial audit - the Australian - 5th July 2016
Aurukun school review partly incorrect and inaccurate, Indigenous leader Noel Pearson says - ABC News - 5th July 2016
Noel Pearson under fire from all sides over Aurukun school experiment - the Guardian - 7th July 2016
Pilbara boy run down by car raises vigilante claims - the Australian - 9th July 2016
Netball mum Kelly Anne Howard 'defrauded' Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation - the Age - 9th July 2016
WA police officers stood aside after allegedly abandoning boys outside town - the Guardian - 11th July 2016
Pearson discusses wild rivers laws - ABC-TV 7.30 Report - 15th July 2016
What's being done to save Cape York's troubled communities? - Courier Mail - 20th July 2016
Black intellectuals, white audiences: searching for tales of authentic blackness - the Guardian - 21st July 2016
From the Darling Downs to Don Dale: a litany of monstrous acts against Indigenous children - the Guardian - 30th July 2016
Captain Cook statues defaced in NZ amid calls for Maori chiefs to take his place - the Guardian - 31st July 2016
Marngrook, Tom Wills and the Continuing Denial of Indigenous History - Meanjin - Winter 2016
Margaret White and Mick Gooda replace Brain Martin as juvenile detention commissioners - the ABC - 1st August 2016
Just four days after his appointment, the Royal Commissioner in the Northern Territory has resigned - the ABC-TV - 1st August 2016
Tough-on-crime talk led to cruel abuse in NT - the Sydney Morning Herald - 1st August 2016
Timeline of events in the Northern Territory's juvenile detention system - the Guardian> - 1st August 2016
Interview: Noel Pearson, Indigenous Leader - the ABC-TV - 2nd August 2016
Northern Territory is a failed state - by Alexis Wright - the Age - 2nd August 2016
Treatment of intellectually disabled Aboriginal man at correctional centre 'cruel and degrading' - the ABC - 3rd August 2016
Indigenous injustice: it beggars belief that so much evidence was ignored - the Guardian - 2nd August 2016
Noel Pearson on recognition: no 'radical' shift in position - the Australian - 3rd August 2016
Pearson's Proposals Reflect Pragmatism On Recognition - the Australian - 3rd August 2016
Scullion briefed last year on NT abuse report - the ABC - 4th August 2016
- the Canberra Times - 4th August 2016
Activist roots inform Telstra win; Artist Harold Joseph Thomas - the West Australian - 6th August 2016
Harold Thomas wins $50,000 Indigenous art award with stolen generations painting - the Sydney Morning Herald - 5th August 2016
A royal commission isn't enough - the Age - 8th August 2016
Interview: Warren Mundine, Chairman of the Indigenous Advisory Council - the ABC-TV - 9th August 2016
Images emerge of alleged mistreatment at Townsville's Cleveland Youth Detention Centre - ABC News - 18th August 2016
Thousands commemorate Wave Hill walk-off, birth of Indigenous land rights battle - the Guardian - 19th August 2016
Uncovering the brutal truth about the British empire - the Guardian - 18th August 2016
Thousands gather to mark 50th anniversary of Wave Hill cattle station walk-off - the ABC - 19th August 2016
Bones tell of past steeped in horror - the NT News - 19th August 2016
$6bn a year fails to help Aborigines - the Australian - 23rd August 2016
Wave Hill walk-off pivotal moment in bitter struggle - the Daily Telegraph - 23rd August 2016
Research Rehabilitation gap Aboriginal jail rates up by 50pc - the Canberra Times - 24th August 2016
Prison rehabilitation programs fail to acknowledge Indigenous needs - the SMH - 24th August 2016
$6bn a year fails to help Aborigines - the Australian - 22nd August 2016
Four Corners in political crosshairs over juvenile justice report -the Australian - 22nd August 2016
Uproar as council cancels our national day - the Australian - 26th August 2016
Myth of extinction of Tasmanian Aborigines stubbornly refuses to die - the Hobart Mercury - 26th August 2016
Australia Day ban no cause to celebrate - the NT News - 28th August 2016
'I won't be pigeonholed and I won't be stereotyped': Linda Burney - the ABC - 30th August 2016
Teen's death sparks wave of violence in town torn by race, drugs and crime - the Australian - 31st August 2016
Mob attacks police, smashes windows; demands justice after boy killed - the Sydney Morning Herald - 31st August 2016
Show of solidarity amid grief turns sour - the West Australian - 31st August 2016
Burney tells of the hard road, the power of grace; - the Sydney Morning Herald - 1st September 2016
'White Lives Matter', now a hate group, is part of a long arc of white supremacy - the Guardian - 1st Sepptember 2016
Forging an indigenous intelligentsia - the Australian - 7th September 2016
Report shows prisoner David Dungay died after being held face-down and sedated - the ABC radio - 8th September 2016
What is Constitutional Recognition of Australian First Peoples and would it clash with Treaties? - the ABC Law Report - 13th September 2016
Constitutional recognition, and Uncle Jack back in prison - the ABC - 13th September 2016
Uncle Jack Charles returns to prison - the ABC - 13th September 2016
Council won't recognise Aboriginal land owners; - the Sydney Morning Herald - 16th September 2016
Netball mum Kelly Anne Howard admits to taking Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation funds - Sydney Morning Herald - 18th September 2016
The indigenous woman who put Hanson to shame - the Advertiser - 18th September 2016
Historian turned heads through ideas; Inga Clendinnen 1934-2016 - the Sydney Morning Herald - 19th September 2016
Kalgoorlie Uprising: Black Man's Victim. White Man's Culprit... - New Matilda - 19th September 2016
Indigenous Australians most ancient civilisation on Earth, DNA study confirms - the Guardian - 22nd September 2016
Genomes confirm Aborigines as first Australians - the Australian - 22nd September 2016
DNA shows links to PNG peoples, ice age change; - the Sydney Morning Herald - 22nd September 2016
Palestinians ignored in Indigenous rights analogy - the Age - 23rd September 2016
The latest lazy welfare con - the Canberra Times - 24th September 2016
The Gweagal shield and the fight to change the British Museum's attitude to seized artefacts - the Guardian - 25th September 2016
Fight for Justice - the Advertiser - 25th September 2016
Indigenous health gap wider: report; - the Age - 27th September 2016
Kalgoorlie tries to move forward after death of 14-year-old Elijah Doughty - the ABC - 27th September 2016
Wallabies' proud history of fight against apartheid - the Sydney Morning Herald - 1st October 2016
Commerce - not charity - will close Indigenous gap - the Aust Financial Review - 1st October 2016
Australian Senate joins push to repatriate Indigenous artefacts from British Museum - the Guardian - 11th October 2016
Bill Mollison obituary - the Guardian - 11th October 2016
Why Australia Day and Anzac Day helped create a national 'cult of forgetfulness' - the Guardian - 16th October 2016
'Separatism' through recognition an irrational fear - the Australian - 29th October 2016
Indigenous populations, drug dogs linked, analysis finds - the Sydney Morning Herald - 30th October 2016
The treatment of Aboriginal people is our great collective continuing shame - the Sydney Morning Herald - 31st October 2016
Warren Mundine: 18C puts freedom of speech at risk the Australian - 30th October 2016
Noel Pearson removes teaching curriculum from Aurukun - the Australian - 10th November 2016
Aboriginal leader Noel Pearson involved in 'high risk' business practices, secret audit reveals - 7.30 Report ABC-TV - 11th November 2016
Productivity Commission slams lack of policy evaluation as Indigenous incarceration soars - the Age - 17th November 2016
Indigenous disadvantage getting worse in mental health and incarceration - the Guardian - 17th November 2016
Indigenous spending programs 'lack evaluation' - the Financial Review - 17th November 2016
The identity trap by Stan Grant - the Sydney Morning Herald - 19th November 2016
Noel Pearson says ABC is a racist broadcaster 'willing the wretched to fail' - the Guardian - 21st November 2016
Noel Pearson lambasts 'racist' ABC at Paul Keating biography launch in Sydney - the Age - 21st November 2016
ABC Statement in response to Noel Pearson, Monday 21 November - ABC - 21st November 2016
Racist ABC eager for us to live in misery, says Noel Pearson - the Australian - 22nd November 2016
Rundle: Noel Pearson's Aboriginal responsibility act is wearing a bit thin - Crikey - 22nd November 2016
Noel Pearson and white Masochism - the Conversation> - 23rd November 2016
Pearson: ABC is a spittoon of racism - the Daily Telegraph - 22nd November 2016
Noel Pearson's big questions on covering indigenous issues - Editorila - the Australian - 23rd November 2016
Why the Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage report is still largely a story of failure - the Conversation - 24th November 2016
Fremantle moves Australia Day events to 28 January - the Guardian - 25th November 2016
Noel Pearson a false prophet the Murdoch press blindly follows - Australian Financial Review - 25th November 2016
Pearson rejects claims of bullying, maladministration - AM ABC Radio - 28th November 2016
'Bucket of shit!: Noel Pearson abuse claims 'straining' relationship with Queensland Government - ABC News - 28th November 2016
Noel Pearson seeks a meeting with ABC the Australian - 28th November 2016
Aboriginal referendum boycott as rival group favoured the Australian - 28th November 2016
Noel Pearson denies abusing Education Minister Kate Jones - Brisbane Times - 28th November 2016
ABC revived Kate Jones abuse claim as payback, says Noel Pearson the Australian - 29th November 2016
Pauline the patriot for indigenous rights - the Daily Telegraph - 29th November 2016
Noel Pearson praises Pauline Hanson's defence of Julian Assange the Australian> - 29th November 2016
Heart of darkness: Melbourne University's racist professors - the Age - 30th November 2016
Unaccounted past: Aborigines still fighting for unpaid wages - the Canberra Times - 3rd December 2016
Commission told this city is a racist place, hellbent on oppressing black people. - the NT News - 4th December 2016
Empowered Communities project stalled since Turnbull took over from Abbott - Canberra Times - 5th December 2016
Police discriminated against Palm Island's Indigenous community, federal court finds - the Guardian - 5th December 2016
Denounce racism in your parties, UN rapporteur urges Australian leaders - the Guardian - 5th December 2016
Ugly racism uproar at beachside hotel - the Adelaide Advertiser - 6th December 2016
Darwin youth prison a scene of 'disrepair and despair' - the Age - 5th December 2016
Four Corners prompted inspector 'to toughen up report' into NT justice system - the Guardian - 6th December 2016
The Armenians and the Warlpiri: two genocides that sparked a pilgrimage to the outback - the Guardian - 8th December 2016
Noel Pearson says 'soft bigotry' of the left the biggest challenge to Indigenous reform - the Guardian - 8th December 2016
Unis try to ease Indigenous path from home to college - the Sydney Morning Herald - 8th December 2016
NT royal commission: claims of chaos as government tries and fails to cut witness list - the Guardian - 8th December 2016
Pearson blasts Left for 'soft bigotry' - the Australian - 9th December 2016
Inside the Royal Commission - the NT News - 10th December 2016
Soft bigotry strikes a harder blow to indigenous hopes by Norl Pearson - the Australian - 10th December 2016
Soft bigotry of low expectations holds back indigenous reform - the Australian - 10th December 2016
Push for recognition knocked off course by demands for treaty - the Australian - 12th December 2016
NT government's 'inflammatory rhetoric' about young offenders led to abuses, lawyers says - the ABC - 14th December 2016
Treaty: South Australian Government enters historic discussions with Aboriginal nations - the ABC - 14th December 2016
Release of schools audit angers Noel Pearson - the Australian - 15th December 2016
'Inhumane and unprofessional': Shocking footage of Ms Dhu released as family fights on - the Age - 16th December 2016
Noel Pearson complains to CCC over Cape York Aboriginal Australian Academy audit release - the ABC - 16th December 2016
One Last Hope - the Australian - 16th December 2016
WA Police Commissioner Karl O'Callaghan on the findings into Ms Dhu's death - ABC radio - 16th December 2016
Truth for all to see of dying Miss Dhu - the Australian - 17th December 2016
No charges, so justice fails us: family - the West Australian - 17th December 2016
False promise of indigenous 'treaty' could derail recognition - Australian - 17th December 2016
Ms Dhu's inquest shines spotlight on failures but will it prompt change? - the Guardian - 17th December 2016
Ms Dhu footage: Colin Barnett says police were in a 'difficult situation' - the Guardian - 18th December 2016
The Death Of Ms Dhu: The Unheard Screams, And What They Show About Police Racism - New Matilda - 21st December 2016
Indigenous incarceration: a year of shame - the Age - 23rd December 2016
Amazing journey no one seemed to know about - the Age - 24th December 2016
The pioneering Aboriginal team that took cricket by storm - the Age - 26th December 2016
Indigenous treaty talks have a long, rich history - the Australian - 31st December 20
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