On 'Australia's 150th anniversary celebrations' in 1938, Aboriginal leaders used the platform to speak on behalf of a forgotten people.
Whether or not you stand or sit for it sit, there's much more to composer Peter Dodds McCormick's patriotic song than getting bums off seats.
We're seeing a lot of 'rewriting Australia's history' — and it's not coming from the left.
A new poll shows only 38 percent of us know about the whole First Fleet thing.
Weirdly, it includes tracks from marriage equality supporter Kylie Minogue, pro-refugee rock legend Jimmy Barnes, and Sia of “Fuck Tony Abbott” Twitter infamy.
Labor MP Linda Burney says January 26 won't be changing anytime soon, so she's offering an alternative.
Despite what the media tells you, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders killed it this year.
According to communications minister Mitch Fifield, only a “relatively small" number of people want to #ChangetheDate of the Hottest 100.
On Tuesday night, Yarra City councillors voted unanimously to stop holding citizenship ceremonies on Australia Day.
"Aboriginal people are sick of being talked about — in parliament, in schooling systems, everywhere. We want to be talked to, we want to be part of the discussion, we have so much to say and we have been silenced for so long."
The problems facing First Australians don't end when Invasion Day protesters go home. Here we meet a campaigner making a difference all year round.
"I stand as a young black woman, I know my purpose... resistance, it has been my existence."