AFL star Eddie Betts again becomes the target of "abhorrent and disgusting" racial abuse on social media, with the Crows releasing a strident statement demanding an end to what it said was the cowardly behaviour.
Some Aboriginal elders have given their support for a mining operation on Lake Torrens in the Flinders Rangers, which holds a sacred place in Dreamtime legend.
Thousands gather around the country, marking what they see as "Invasion Day" or "Survival Day" and calling for a change to the way Australia celebrates its national holiday.
Former Greens member for the Victorian state seat of Northcote, Lidia Thorpe, says that the rate of removal of Indigenous children has increased 400 per cent over the last decade. But Fact Check finds that doesn't check out.
Accusations of misconduct are levelled against the taxi industry in Gove Peninsula, including credit cards being "held hostage" and a driver selling a pack of cigarettes to a passenger for $75.
The ACCC steps in to address the issue of companies making and selling fake Aboriginal art, saying the lack of authenticity is causing the wider industry to be "impacted negatively".
On Australian farms, families have been uncovering ancient Aboriginal artefacts for generations and now they're being encouraged to show them to researchers.
Kalumburu has for years made do with two payphones in the centre of town. The imminent arrival of mobile phone coverage will bring convenience, but locals fear for the impact the devices and introduction of social media will have on the town’s youths.