A Koori Court is a division of the Magistrate's court in Victoria, that sentences Indigenous Australians who plead guilty.
Koori Radio, a community radio-station based in Redfern, broadcasts to Sydney on a citywide licence. It forms part of the Gadigal Information Service and is the only radio station in Sydney providing full-time broadcasting to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
Koori Mail is a national indigenous newspaper based in Lismore, New South Wales.
The NSW Koori Rugby League Knockout is one of the largest gatherings of indigenous people in Australia. A modern-day corroboree for the Koori people of NSW, it has been held annually over the October long weekend since 1971.
Other names used by Australian Indigenous peopleEdit
- Anangu in northern South Australia, and neighbouring parts of Western Australia and Northern Territory
- Bama in northern Queensland
- Murri in southern Queensland
- Nunga in southern South Australia
- Nyoongar in southern Western Australia
- Palawah (or Pallawah) in Tasmania.
- Wangai in central Western Australia
- Yamatji in the Gasgoyne and Pilbara regions of Western Australia
- Yolngu in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory
- An Australian aborigine from Victoria and most of southern New South Wales. This is their preferred term, expressing pride in their heritage and race.
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