Burrinunga residents hope for help to repair their dangerously run-down housing
[Erin Parke, ABC]
Community leaders say the situation at the Burrinunga community in northern Western Australia demonstrates the failure of successive governments to deliver on promised improvements to living conditions at so-called Aboriginal reserves.
On Australian Shores: Survivor Stories
[by Dr Magali McDuffie]
In the 1970s and 1980s, Kimberley Aboriginal workers were involved in weed spraying campaigns organised by the Agricultural Protection Board of Western Australia. They received no training or protection equipment.
Lack of air conditioning in Roebourne prison cells could breach human rights
[Laura Birch, ABC]
The Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia says the lack of air conditioning at Roebourne Regional Prison could breach international human rights conventions, and it is considering a formal complaint.
Ash Barty donates Wimbledon championship outfit to National Museum of Australia
[by Joss McAlpin]
Barty’s white Fila ‘Trailblazer’ outfit features a laser-cut scalloped hem and floral design, paying tribute to Goolagong Cawley’s 1972 white dress with blue trim designed by Ted Tinling, who revolutionised tennis fashion and created the scalloped trim that featured on many of Goolagong’s dresses, including the one she wore in 1971.