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'New Matilda is independent journalism at its best. The site has been publishing intelligent coverage of Australian and international politics, media and culture since 2004. You’ll find new stories on the homepage daily.' (Source: New Matilda website)

Contents

* Contents derived from the 2004- version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
John Pilger: Australia’s Day For Secrets, Flags And Cowards, John Pilger , single work criticism

'On 26 January, one of the saddest days in human history will be celebrated in Australia...'

Note: Posted 23 January 2016
Father Of The Aboriginal Flag Slams Reclaim Australia For 'Idiotic' Appropriation, single work essay
'The artist who designed the Aboriginal flag has condemned the use of the iconic red black and yellow in the racist Reclaim Australian reallies ocer the weekend, saying to use it as a "banner for anger" is "idiotic"...'
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Posted April 8, 2015

Tracker Mag Shut Following Abbott Spray, single work single work criticism
'The New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council will close its trailblazing magazine Tracker by June, citing problems with "cost and effectiveness". But the magazine's closure comes after a front-page attack on Tony Abbott, published soon after the 2013 federal election, drew the ire of NSW Indigenous Affairs Minister Victor Dominello.'
Note: Posted March 3 2014
Legendary First Nations Broadcaster Tiga Bayles Passes Away, Aged 62, single work obituary
'Australia’s most prominent First Nations broadcaster, Brisbane-based Tiga Bayles, has passed away early this morning. Following is a statement issued by the Brisbane Indigenous Media Association on behalf of his family.'
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Posted April 17, 2016

More Than A Voice: The Legacy Of Tiga Bayles, Amy McQuire , single work obituary
'Amy McQuire celebrates the life of Tiga Bayles, a man who changed the face of broadcasting with the power of his passion, and the strength of his character. ...'
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Posted April 19, 2016

A Stronger Identity, And A Personal Tribute To The Late, Great Tiga Bayles, Merinda Ninyette , single work obituary
'First Nations journalist Merinda Ninyette got her start in the media courtesy of Brisbane broadcasting icon Tiga Bayles, who passed away on April 17 after a long battle with cancer. Here, she pays personal tribute to a man who shaped her career, and her identity. ...'
Note: Posted 26 April 2016
Recognising Sovereignty: Bruce Pascoe’s Latest Book A Dark Horse To Lead Battle Over Unfinished Business, Amy McQuire , single work interview
'Amy McQuire interviews acclaimed First Nations author Bruce Pascoe, and asks the question why Australia has so readily embraced his book – Dark Emu – and its truths. Does it now mean they must embr ace the issue of sovereignty and treaty?'
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Posted May 25, 2016

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