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A history of aboriginal violence

Anna Charlotte There's never not a time when the "oppression" of Indigenous people is not a hot topic. Like the 24/7 propaganda blasted from every...

The sins of the fathers

A common feature of underdeveloped and clannish societies are feuds that can go on for hundreds of years across many generations, with nobody still...

Would alien invaders ever #changethedate?

It’s 2218 and you’re still alive. That’s because you’re one of the lucky few who survived The Arrival. Many didn’t. Most died from disease. Some were...

Don’t welcome me to my own bloody country

This article was initially published on August 17, 2016. In 2001 I left Australia and I didn’t return for over ten years. Not long after...

Mine tinkem for da sun im come up: What bout dem...

Today's Thought for the Day comes to you courtesy of the BBC's Pidgin English service. Me be hearem bout dem megafauna which gon walkabout in...

Mongolia rejects calls for “Sorry Day”

The people of Mongolia are currently celebrating the Thousand Camel Festival in the Gobi Desert.  The aim of the festival has been to raise...