Lidia Thorpe calls for a treaty, not the Voice as Indigenous Australians share their concerns on Q+A

Historical issues for Indigenous Australians were laid out on Q+A on Monday night by audience member and Wiradjuri man Paul Towney, before Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe said Indigenous Australians were sick of asking the government for handouts. Key points: Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe continued to campaign for a treaty not the Voice She was challenged … Read more

For me, Invasion Day is a chance for reflection. Is Australia as a nation all it should be?

This Invasion Day I am as far from Australia as I can get without leaving the country. I am on my land. Wiradjuri land. Ngurrambang, in our language. Here I can stand in the place of my ancestors. With my Miyagan, my family. I can greet my father by saying marang ngarin, good morning. Here … Read more

NSW Treasurer Matt Kean says Australians should judge former prime minister Scott Morrison at the ballot box

New South Wales Treasurer Matt Kean says he “disagrees” with the actions of former prime minister Scott Morrison and called for Australians to judge the Member for Cook at the ballot box. Key points: Grace Tame told Q+A she censured Scott Morrison “with my face” long before the PM faced a censure motion in parliament … Read more