NSW's Rural Fire Service has now started preparing for bushfire season with burn-off's in the southern Highlands. Burn-offs are designed to help prevent serious fires during summer. But did you know it's something that Australia's Indigenous people have done for thousands of years.
In reports about Dr G Yunupingu and other Indigenous Australians who have died, you often won't see pictures of their face. You also won't hear anyone say their name. But why?
Australia's most prominent Indigenous musician, Dr G Yunupingu, has died. Here's a look back at his life and some of the music he created.
Ten years ago in June 2007 the federal government staged a massive intervention in the Northern Territory. The aim was to protect Aboriginal children there from harm. But the program included some controversial rules that inspired big protests.
History was made in central Australia late last week when hundreds of Indigenous delegates from around the country gathered at Uluru to discuss 'recognition'. It's an important concept but what does it actually mean?
It's not often a classroom lesson strengthens the relationship between two countries. But that's exactly what happened when the kids of Yalata in regional South Australia had a teacher visit from Japan to tell them all about the nuclear bombing of Nagasaki during World War II.
A researcher has uncovered evidence that Aussie Rules Football might actually have been influenced by a traditional Indigenous game called Marngrook. So we thought we& take a closer look at Marngrook and let you decide if you think they& related.
Kids from the town of Parkes in New South Wales have helped to create a major piece of art. They recorded their voices in Wiradjuri, the traditional language they learn at school. Those recordings were then played as an important part of the exhibit.