Australia's Indigenous culture has always had a place for dogs
[Sonia Smallacombe, The Guardian]
Dogs are more visible in our communities, whereas in towns and cities they are behind fences and locked inside houses, which can lead to a skewed impression of how many dogs there are.
NSW police strip searched 96 children in past year, some as young as 11
[Michael McGowan, The Guardian]
Karly Warner, the chief executive of the NSW Aboriginal Legal Service, told Guardian Australia the organisation was “incredibly disturbed” that police have “continued their strip searching of children”.