Stories of struggle, the Stolen Generations, mission communities and the death of a traditional language: how would you vocalise three generations of Indigenous history?
I am Aboriginal Tasmanian and before our constitution was amended I did not exist. But in 2014, a small group of our people came up with a radical new approach, writes Emma Lee.
Ngar-go or Fitzroy? The Indigenous names were discovered in a cache of notes at Melbourne Museum and contain records of conversations between an anthropologist and the traditional owners of northern Melbourne.
Schools across the country are working with their local Indigenous communities to help protect Australia's first languages through the simple act of singing.
When can you take a photo on sacred Indigenous land? What about asking elders questions? Marcia Langton's landmark travel guide to Indigenous Australia helps visitors understand how to travel through diverse cultures.
The lower house of Victoria's Parliament is scheduled to vote in favour of negotiating Australia's first Aboriginal treaty.
A South American-born choir director, Indigenous women, and German hymns translated into traditional Aboriginal languages — this is the coming together of cultures in the most melodic of ways to share the "Central Australia secret".
Is it time for an overhaul of regional cinemas? Dubbo film fans think so, especially after acclaimed Australian director Warwick Thornton had to hand-deliver his own film for a community screening after it was snubbed by the local cinema.
After decades of debate, Australian researchers say they have finally proven a theory that all Indigenous languages descend from one common language that would have been spoken about 12,000 years ago.
Kids of migrants and Indigenous people have a right to speak, grow up with, and celebrate their own heritage languages, wherever they reside. On International Mother Language Day, let's celebrate that right and the benefits it brings to us all.