Adani employee and traditional owner referred to ASIC over trust fund collapse

A traditional owner employed by Adani is referred to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission for investigation over the collapse of a million-dollar trust fund set up to hold mining income for the Wangan and Jagalingou (W&J) people.

Aboriginal group ‘just want to be included’ in vote on proposed nuclear waste dump in SA

The Human Rights Commission is asked to decide whether an Aboriginal group should have a say on the location of a proposed nuclear waste dump in regional South Australia.

Anti-Adani campaign goes to the UN claiming human rights violation

Traditional owners fighting Adani's proposed Carmichael mine appeal to the United Nations to urgently intervene by formally censuring Australia at a meeting in Geneva this month, accusing authorities of "violating" an international pact against racial discrimination by wiping out their native title rights.

This breathtaking part of Australia could be your next destination

Port Smith, with its unspoilt beaches, brilliant blue skies, and saltwater lagoons with glimpses of whales and dugongs, is back in Aboriginal hands and the traditional owners of this gateway to the Kimberley are hoping to share its beauty with the world.