The AFL has changed its stance on the origins of the sport, and historians are baffled

The AFL has changed its official version of the how Australian Rules football was created, now officially recognising Indigenous origins — but the game's historians have been left scratching their heads.

Football codes, Indigenous designers told to stop using Aboriginal flag over copyright use

Australia's major football codes have been drawn into a conflict over the copyright of the Aboriginal flag, after a non-Indigenous company secured exclusive clothing rights to it.

Air New Zealand lifts ban on staff tattoos due to discrimination concerns

Some New Zealanders with indigenous Maori heritage wear tattoos on their face or arms that represent their genealogy and are culturally sacred. But uniform rules at the national carrier restrict them from applying for roles such as flight attendant.

‘I’ll never go back’: The program helping Indigenous prisoners find a new life

Indigenous Australians make up less than 1.6 per cent of Canberra's population but represent one in five inmates at the jail. A holistic program is trying to break that cycle with a holistic approach.

The Indigenous cattle company with a pioneering vision for economic prosperity

A bold business move has helped one Indigenous-owned cattle company stand alongside Australia's billionaires with a unique vision for economic success.

‘Pave paradise and you lose’: Call for a toll road at remote, fragile tourist spot

Visitor numbers at one of Australia's most remote tourist destinations are expected to soar once its notoriously rough 4WD track is sealed, prompting calls to protect it.

These two Indigenous men could be deported for failing the migration character test

Two families wait to learn the fate of Indigenous men Brendan Thoms and Daniel Love, who were both born overseas and face deportation according to Australia's migration laws.