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    24 February 2020
    Australia

    The community of One Mile Dam in Darwin has been home to Aboriginal people for thousands of years, but residents fear they could soon be pushed out to make way for inner-city developments.

    6 February 2020
    Australia

    Lessons on Indigenous knowledge, relocation and government aid

    30 January 2020
    Australia

    In the wake of devastating bushfires across the country, and with the prospect of losing a billion animals and some entire species, transformational change is required in the way we interact with this land.

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