“You might think it looks lovely, but all I see is misery.” These were the words that Uncle Darrell Sumner, a Ngarrindjeri elder, used to describe the state of the Coorong.
Introducing the Chair of the Aboriginal Housing Company board.
Aunty Neita Scott and Paul Coe inaugural winners of NSW Aboriginal Land Council’s “40 Years Strong” Chairperson’s Award.
In a long murmuring procession we travelled across Bunggal grounds.
The story of William Cooper and the connection between the Australian Aboriginal and Jewish communities.
Indigenous Science Experience celebrates cultural knowledge and shows young people the exciting possibilities of a career in the sciences.
One of the big questions about the redevelopment of Waterloo Estate is what will be in this for the Aboriginal community.
Weekend work into the evening over August 26 and 27 was necessary as two train lines on the busy Redfern-to-Central corridor had to be closed.
The AHC has submitted a new DA for the student accommodation precinct of the Pemulwuy Project to fund its affordable housing.
The sound of chainsaws close by made me rush upstairs to see what was happening.