An environmental disaster looms for remote East Arnhem Land, in the Northern Territory, as tonnes of waste wash up on its shores.
The West Australian government has committed to pursuing a World Heritage listing for the rock art of Murujuga.
The 10,000-year-old oral histories of Indigenous Australians tell of a time when sea levels were rising, and how people responded.
In the second stages of the mapping project, the number of massacres has increased from 172 to 240.
Four stars in the night sky have been formally recognised by their Australian Aboriginal names.
The map will over turn assumptions that were made for generations that this land wasn’t fought for on a number of fronts by the first peoples.
A professor and a group of students have uncovered a spearhead, said to have been used 100 years ago for trade and hunting.