The TV personality caused controversy in 2016 when she called for a ban on Muslim immigration, but the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal found her comments did not meet the definition of racism.
Naomi Osaka says she does not believe one of her sponsors intended to "whitewash" her in an advertising campaign, but hopes they will consult her in future.
Japanese noodle company Nissin apologises for "whitewashing" Australian Open semi-finalist Naomi Osaka in a cartoon advertisement, as the half-Haitian, half-Japanese tennis star unwittingly becomes embroiled in another racism controversy.
The owner of a well-known Darwin nightspot instructed staff to bar Indigenous people from his premises and has been accused of underpaying almost all of his staff.
The ABC obtains a cache of letters and emails sent to the Indigenous Affairs Minister about Australia Day, with most — including one from a young girl who said "it's the day we stole Australia from the Aboriginal people" — urging the Government to move the day from January 26.
Pauline Hanson condemns the behaviour of an apparent One Nation supporter after images of a racist note allegedly left on the windscreen of an Indigenous woman's car circulate on social media.
For almost as long as there have been Nazis, there have been Nazis in Australia — including some high-profile names you might recognise.
The Western Sydney Wanderers club has spoken to Roly Bonevacia "in regards to alleged racial slurs made to him in Dutch" during the second half of a match against Adelaide United.
Andy Factor survived the "night of broken glass" in Germany in 1938 and can still recall the shattering noise. But exactly 80 years later, it's the rising sound of white nationalism that has him scared.
China's influence on Australian cities defies both dystopian claims of a "takeover" and utopian visions of a harmonious urban multiculturalism, write Dallas Rogers and Ilan Wiesel.