Buŋgul - Dr Gurrumul Yunupiŋu’s seminal album brought to life
[by Suzanne Robson]
Dr Gurrumul Yunupiŋu’s seminal album Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow) will be brought to life at Hamer Hall in Buŋgul, a hypnotic live performance featuring Yolgnu dancers and songmen with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra from 14 -15 June 2023.
Fullbright scholar to research First Nations water rights
[supplied by Sarah Green, UniSQ]
UniSQ Law Professor Simon Young is a First Nations law and policy specialist and will travel to the University of Wisconsin’s Global Legal Studies Center and Great Lakes Indigenous Law Center, to undertake a comparative examination.
Former police officer who kicked handcuffed Indigenous teenager fails in mental health court bid
[Jamie McKinnell, ABC News]
Christopher Borg, 42, pleaded guilty in January to two counts of common assault over the incident, which took place during a surveillance operation in Western Sydney in September.
Aboriginal leaders bail reform caution following bottle shop death
[Jack Hislop and Steve Vivian, ABC]
The Northern Territory's most prominent Aboriginal legal service has cautioned against "kneejerk" law reforms following the stabbing death of a young bottle shop worker, saying rushed changes would not reduce crime and would "disproportionately impact Aboriginal people".