Adverse possession — more commonly known known as 'squatting laws' — sound like something from the dark ages. But it is a law in operation across the country — as one Sydney family found out
The High Court is sitting in the Northern Territory for the first time in history to hear a native title compensation case hailed among "the biggest test cases in Indigenous rights since Mabo".
Almost two years since half the dugout licences in White Cliffs were cancelled as a result of a native title claim, the Barkindji Native Title Aboriginal Corporation urges patience.
The town of Jabiru at the heart of world-famous Kakadu National Park is fast approaching a crossroads that will either see it revived to a "tourism destination in its own right" or demolished completely.
The installation of signage with the words "I took the leap" at a historical site where an Aboriginal woman pursued by police jumped to her death causes concern.
Mining magnate Andrew Forrest has been urged by native title holders to abandon plans to fight their newly-awarded rights over land that encompasses one of his billion-dollar mines.
Three Australians are currently facing charges relating to their climb of Uluru last year, and the case is not the only one that has stirred controversy at the sacred site.
In 1770 Captain Cook's ship ran aground on a reef off the Australian coast, potentially ending his mission and possibly his life and the lives of his crew. On these moments history turns, writes Stan Grant.
Precision helicopter piloting is as much a part of buffalo mustering as Mad Max-style bull-catching cars.
A court decision recognising a native title claim over land on which the $280 billion Solomon Hub mine sits in WA's ore-rich Pilbara region opens the way for the Yindjibarndi people to sue Fortescue Metals Group for millions of dollars.