Urthboy, Thundamentals and L-Fresh the Lion are part of a crew that have created a song and video about 26 January.
It depicted two girls wearing hijabs, with the Australian Flag in the background. Controversial!
A Melbourne exhibition featuring frozen daquiris, Australian flag hats, and impossibly blue swimming pools.
Earlier this week we published a video featuring Yorta Yorta rapper Briggs and Bangladeshi-Australian comedian Aamer Rahman discussing Australia Day. Here they are again, replying to some of the dumb comments viewers left behind.
Ideas from the Invasion Day marchers on how to improve the lives of Indigenous Australians
It's Australia Day—and the poor Canadian towns of Whistler, British Columbia and Banff, Alberta are being forced to deal with a bunch of drunken Aussies dancing naked in the snow.
We checked in with Brisbane-based Nick Drewe, who used to crunch votes on social media to accurately call the song list.
For some of us Australia Day isn't cause for celebration. As Yorta Yorta rapper Briggs points out, "why would I stand for the national anthem? Number one, it doesn't stand for me and my people... number two, I'm mad lazy. I'm playing on my phone."
A new video advert from Meat & Livestock Australia features a bowl of kale being torched by a flame-thrower-wielding SWAT team—and the vegans aren’t happy.
We rode with paramedics on Australia Day eve. Nothing happened but we got a backstage view of modern Australia.