Tag Archives: Indigenous

Anthony Albanese speaks out of ‘both sides of his mouth’ on Indigenous Voice

By | 06/04/2023

Sky News host Rowan Dean has pointed to examples where Prime Minister Anthony Albanese showed he can “speak out of both sides of his mouth” regarding the Indigenous Voice to Parliament. “He has been reassuring non-Indigenous Australia that it’s a very modest proposal, the Voice, but at the same time he has been reassuring Indigenous… Read More »

Have You Tried Eri Polu? Know About This Indigenous Assam Delicacy Made of Silkworm

By | 05/30/2023

Last Updated: May 30, 2023, 14:57 IST The largest state in the North Eastern India, Assam too has several traditional food delicacies that has distinctive ingredients prepared with traditional recipe passed down from one generation to another. (Credits: News18) One of the traditional indigenous food item used by the various ethnic groups of Assam and… Read More »

In 120-year-old Kalka-Shimla train’s makeover, indigenous Vistadome coaches, resemblance to Swiss Bernina Express

By | 05/30/2023

The 120-year-old Kalka-Shimla Railway is set for an image makeover for the first time since it was put into service by inducting swanky new indigenously manufactured Vistadome coaches having glass roofs and each with a mini pantry and bio-toilets. The narrow-gauge rolling stock, developed by Rail Coach Factory (RCF) in Punjab’s Kaputhala, is the first… Read More »

Indigenous 22-year-old Mika Westwolf gets killed by Sunny White, netizens enraged as the latter faces no charges

By | 05/29/2023

Mika Westwolf, a native lady from Montana, who died after she was struck by a vehicle, has left netizens irritated as subtleties of the driver arise. The 22-year-old was strolling along U.S. Parkway 93 in the Flathead reservation when she was struck by a Cadillac Escalade on Walk 31, 2023. On Friday, May 26, 2023,… Read More »

For the Indigenous, Was This Building a Gesture of Reconciliation? Or an Empty Gift?

By | 05/27/2023

Near the old perfume counters on the ground floor of the Hudson’s Bay department store in Winnipeg, Canada, a trade dripping with symbolism took place. The 39th “governor” of Hudson’s Bay — North America’s oldest company and one of Canada’s most iconic — accepted from an Indigenous leader two beaver pelts and two elk hides… Read More »

Sport codes unite to support Indigenous Voice

By | 05/26/2023

Australia’s sport codes have united in an extraordinary show of support for the Indigenous voice to parliament, advocating for a nation that “values equity and fairness”. Twenty-one organisations, including all the major sports, have signed an open letter to Australians expressing support for the voice. Those organisations are: the AFL, Cricket Australia, the NRL, Rugby… Read More »

Serena Mckay Autopsy Report: Indigenous Woman Murder Case

By | 05/24/2023

Serena McKay’s released virtual entertainment video was broadly denounced, featuring the earnest requirement for better content control rules. At the point when a video showing the savage beating and possible passing of a young lady named Serena McKay showed up on Facebook, it stunned the entire world. It requires no investment for a video or… Read More »

Indigenous TV Host Quits Following Backlash To King Charles’ Coronation Comments

By | 05/22/2023

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Prominent Australian Indigenous journalist Stan Grant quit television hosting duties on Monday in response to online racist abuse over his comments during King Charles III’s coronation about historic Aboriginal dispossession. Grant, a member of the Wiradjuri tribe of Indigenous Australians and former international correspondent for U.S.-based CNN, said at the end… Read More »

Is Adam Reynolds Indigenous? Ethnicity And Religion

By | 05/20/2023

Is Adam Reynolds Indigenous? The Australian rugby league footballer’s enthusiasts need to recognise extra approximately his ethnicity and religion. Adam Reynolds is an Australian rugby league footballer who has professionally performed in the National Rugby League (NRL) competition. His birthdate turned into July 10, 1990, in Redfern, New South Wales, Australia.Fthis article He serves as… Read More »

National gathering of First Nations women aims to bring ‘gender justice’ to Indigenous issues

By | 05/08/2023

First Nations women have the right to move beyond “holding society together, healing, reducing harms and violence, and guaranteeing cohesion and healthy environments for everyone” and be free to imagine “gender justice”, the social justice commissioner June Oscar says. More than 900 First Nations women are meeting in Canberra this week, the first national gathering… Read More »

Victoria’s police chief apologises for systemic racism and discrimination against Indigenous Australians

By | 05/08/2023

Victoria’s chief police commissioner has unreservedly apologised for past and present actions of the force that inflicted trauma on First Nations people. Shane Patton appeared before the state’s Indigenous truth-telling inquiry on Monday morning. Patton began his testimony by acknowledging that the police uniform – worn with pride by officers – represents a symbol of… Read More »

Tripura King Pradyot Pays for 50 Air Tickets to Rescue Indigenous Tribals Stuck in Manipur

By | 05/07/2023

Pradyot Bikram Manikya Deb Barman with the rescued students. (News18) “I paid for the 50 air tickers and if there are any other problems, I will extend my support. If any person is having trouble staying outside his or her native land, he or should contact us, we will bring you back,” says Pradyot Bikram… Read More »

Justice Department beefs up efforts on Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons cases – UPI.com

By | 05/05/2023

Attorney General Merrick Garland Friday marked National Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day by highlighting efforts to strengthen DOJ’s response to the crisis missing and murdered crisis on tribal lands. File Photo by Bonnie Cash/UPI | License Photo May 5 (UPI) — The Department of Justice Friday marked National Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons… Read More »

SC Refuses to Entertain Plea Seeking Directions for Artificial Insemination of Indigenous Cows with Semen of Home Bred Bulls

By | 05/04/2023

The plea contended encouraging artificial insemination of indigenous cows using semen from bulls of foreign breeds is arbitrary. (File Photo/PTI) The top court had on May 6 last year issued notices to the Centre and states and asked them to respond to the PIL filed by cattle conservationist A Divya Reddy. The Supreme Court on… Read More »

Afternoon Update: Victorian Liberal row escalates; Indigenous leaders demand royal apology; and NAB profit surges

By | 05/04/2023

Good afternoon. Victorian Liberal infighting reached new heights today, with suspended MP Moira Deeming threatening her party leader, John Pesutto, with legal action after accusing him of not keeping to the alleged terms of her suspension. Deeming was suspended from the party room for nine months in March after attending an anti-trans rally on the… Read More »

All white panel discussion on voice to parliament ends after Indigenous man takes stage – video

By | 05/04/2023

A panel discussion on the Indigenous voice to parliament with former prime minister Tony Abbott and journalist Joe Hildebrand, and hosted by Liberal MP Jenny Ware, was coming to an end before an audience member called to hear from a ‘First Nations person’. An unknown man made his way to the stage and  introduced himself as… Read More »

Liberal MP tells voice discussion ‘simply no time’ to hear from Indigenous speaker

By | 05/04/2023

A panel discussion on the Indigenous voice to parliament with former prime minister Tony Abbott and journalist Joe Hildebrand was interrupted by a First Nations man who slammed the discussions. The panel discussion hosted Liberal Hughes MP Jenny Ware, which was streamed live on her social media page, the discussion was ending before an audience… Read More »

Logged toff: Maori artist’s web plugin replaces king’s coronation with Indigenous news

By | 05/04/2023

A Māori artist has designed a way for the masses to tune out of royal coverage, with a web browser plugin that replaces all monarchy and coronation stories with Indigenous news. Despite a distance of more that 18,000kms from the palace, New Zealand news headlines have featured a steady flow of royal family gossip: the… Read More »

Commonwealth Indigenous leaders demand apology from the king for effects of colonisation

By | 05/04/2023

Australians have joined Indigenous leaders and politicians across the Commonwealth to demand King Charles III make a formal apology for the effects of British colonisation, make reparations by redistributing the wealth of the British crown, and return artefacts and human remains. Days out from Charles’s coronation in London, campaigners for republic and reparations movements in… Read More »