Amani Vassiliou (2018). Historic coat of arms taken from museum. The Queensland Times. 4 October.
Jonathan Pearlman (2018). Captain Cook statue to be removed from hill in New Zealand after Maori protests. The Telegraph. 2 October.
Paul Daley (2018). Etched in Bone – chronicling Australia's shameful trade in Indigenous remains. The Guardian. 2 October.
Phil Taylor (2018). Dark web listing of stolen Lindauer painting a scam, police say. New Zealand Herald. 22 September.
Hannah Furness (2018). Royal Academy asks tribal leaders to bless 'stolen' treasures in culturally sensitive exhibition. The Telegraph. 21 September.
Michaela Boland, Penny Timms (2018). Dancing Shiva at Art Gallery of South Australia was stolen from India. ABC Australia. 12 September.
Yogesh Kabirdoss (2018). Oz seeks FIRs of stolen idols cases in English. The Times of India. 15 July.
Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (2018). "These ancestor remains were stolen and sold overseas". Maori Television. 13 July.
Jessica Tyson (2018). Stolen korowai returned. Maori Television. 2 July.
Gemmia Burden (2018). The violent collectors who gathered Indigenous artefacts for the Queensland Museum. The Conversation. 27 May.
Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (2018). Re-united with the bones of their ancestors. Maori Television. 8 April.
Melissa Clarke (2018). Australian ivory trade's role in encouraging poaching to come under scrutiny. ABC Australia. 8 April.
Rachael Hocking (2018). 'Cultural genocide': Flood of fake art threatens Indigenous artists and communities. NITV. 5 April.
Sophia Duckor-Jones (2018). Security stepped up ahead of Dame Kiri art auction. Radio New Zealand. 3 April.
Kurt Bayer (2018). Auckland's Lindauer ram-raid a mystery one year on. New Zealand Herald. 25 March.
Paul Daley (2018). 100 years after the battlefield looting, the Shellal mosaic remains controversial. The Guardian. 24 March.
BBC News (2018). Tooth of ancient megashark stolen in Australia. BBC News. 13 March.
Alice Guy (2018). Taxidermy bat stolen from Rotarua Arts Village. New Zealand Herald. 26 January.
BBC News (2018). Captain Cook Statue Vandalised Ahead of Australia Date. BBC News. 25 January.
Catrin Owen (2018). Military hat and marble balls go missing from Auckland museum and art gallery. Central Leader. 24 January.
Yogesh Kabirdoss (2018). ASI to write to Australian museum over stolen idols. The Times of India. 17 January.
TNN (2018). 'Bring back stolen Buddhist statue to Amaravati'. The Times of India. 10 January.
Tim Richards (2018). What's in the museum that Apple wants to demolish in Melbourne?. Gippsland Times. 4 January.
Lusi Banuve (2018). Votualevu Mandir Installs CCTV Cameras, Burglar Bars. Fiji Sun. 4 January.
Daniella White (2017). Steam train inoperable after thieves target Canberra Railway Museum in Kingston. The Canberra Times. 29 December.
Radio New Zealand (2017). Heavy, 10-metre 'waka train' mural vanishes. Radio New Zealand. 22 December.
Ancient Aboriginal sites left vulnerable, showing why cultural preservation is necessary in Australia( )
Brooke Boney (2017). Ancient Aboriginal sites left vulnerable, showing why cultural preservation is necessary in Australia. ABC Australia. 21 December.
Miriama Aoake (2017). A Maori at the British Museum. The Spinoff. 19 December.
New Zealand Herald (2017). Victoria Cross medal thief Ronnie Van Wakeren granted parole. New Zealand Herald. 19 December.
Angelina Hurley (2017). Indigenous cultural appropriation: what not to do. The Conversation. 28 November.
Naomi Rea (2017). Dark-Web Shoppers Are Bidding $350,000 in Bitcoin for a Stolen Painting—and It's Likely a Fake. ArtNet News. 28 November.
Matt Burgess (2017). A rare painting is stolen… then it appears for sale on the dark web. Wired. 24 November.
BBC News (2017). 'Indiana Joan': 95-year-old accused of looting Middle East tombs. BBC News. 24 November.
Luke Appleby (2017). Stolen Lindauer painting appears in dark web auction - but auction image appears to be fake. TVNZ. 24 November.
Associated Press (2017). 'Indiana Joan': Perth woman, 95, accused of looting Egypt artefacts. The Guardian. 24 November.
Rachel Olding (2017). Australian antiques dealer facing prison term in US for wildlife smuggling. The Sydney Morning Herald. 19 November.
Yogesh Kabirdoss (2017). Aussie museum seeks more info on six stolen TN idols. The Times of India. 19 November.
Miki Perkins (2017). The long way: fire and smoke for Mungo Man and the ancestors on their road home. The Age. 17 November.
Phillipa Yalden (2017). Police investigating ram raid on Waikato art gallery. Stuff.co.nz. 15 November.
Paul Daley (2017). Finding Mungo Man: the moment Australia's story suddenly changed. The Guardian. 13 November.
Rae Paoletta (2017). A 95-Year-Old "Real Life Tomb Raider" Isn't a Hero, She's a Thief. Inverse. 7 November.
Joseph Catanzaro (2017). Indiana Joan: Meet WA's real life tomb raider, 95-year-old Joan Howard. The West Australian. 4 November.
Bec Mac (2017). Fake art is an epidemic we must stop!. The Au Review. 30 October.
Scott Yeoman (2017). Back page: Penelope Jackson talks art crime in New Zealand. Bay of Plenty Times. 15 October.
Daily Review (2017). Gabriella Coslovich on Writing the Brett Whiteley Forgery Trial. Daily Review. 15 October.
Jean Edwards (2017). Picasso's Weeping Woman covered in National Gallery of Victoria protest against Wilson Security. ABC Australia. 6 October.
Paul Daley (2017). The government must bring the stolen Indigenous dead home. The Guardian. 4 October.
Joseph A. Gambardello (2017). Mutter Museum to return skull of Australian soldier killed in WWI. Philly.com. 3 October.
Yogesh Kabirdoss (2017). ASI writes to Indian mission at Australia with details of stolen artefacts from Tamil Nadu. The Times of India. 3 October.
Adele Redmond (2017). Alleged art heist no heist at all. Stuff.co.nz. 29 September.
Laura Macdonald (2017). The story behind the world's oldest surviving wharenui at Te Papa. Newshub. 29 September.
Melissa Nightengale (2017). Picton artist Sirpa Alalääkkölä 'heartbroken' at theft of paintings worth 'hundreds of thousands'. New Zealand Herald. 27 September.
Dionne Christian (2017). Portrait's bullet holes shocks art gallery worker. New Zealand Herald. 23 September.
Clive Williams (2017). Global market for forged and stolen artworks is thriving and underpoliced. The Sydney Morning Herald. 21 September.
Karen Hardy (2017). Gerard Vaughan retires from the National Gallery of Australia. The Canberra Times. 21 September.
Heather McNeill (2017). Winery painting thief escapes with spent conviction. Western Australia Today. 15 September.
NITV (2017). Police seize stolen Aboriginal artefacts in raid. NITV. 14 September.
Georgia Moore, Caroline Schelle (2017). Stolen Aboriginal relics seized in NSW. News.com.au. 13 September.
Kiri Gillespie (2017). Man heartbroken after 50 year bonsai collection stolen. Bay of Plenty Times. 2 September.
Daily Express (2017). One of stolen plaques irreplaceable. Daily Express. 2 September.
Hamish MacLean (2017). Archaeological objects exposed by storms, stolen. Otago Daily Times. 1 September.
Aaron Corlett (2017). Popular Victoria Park sculpture stolen from Duncan Street Reserve. Southern Gazette. 28 August.
The West Australian (2017). $400,000 painting stolen in Melbourne. The West Australian. 17 August.
Aneeta Bhole (2017). Queenstown war memorabilia heist causes outcry on Tasmania's west coast. ABC Australia. 14 August.
Lachland Bennett (2017). War artifacts stolen after break-in at Galley Museum in Queenstown. The Advocate. 14 August.
Telesur (2017). Corporate 'Fake Art' Profits off Australia's Indigenous Culture. Telesur. 9 August.
Helen Davidson (2017). Australia's fake art and tourist tack: Indigenous artists fight back. The Guardian. 9 August.
Jared Downing (2017). Colonial conquest's lost treasures return to Myanmar. Fontier. 8 August.
The Canberra Times (2017). Dinonappers: thieves steal raptor heads from National Dinosaur Museum. The Canberra Times. 8 August.
Jacob Goldberg (2017). New Zealand family's gift bridges 165 years, heals colonial wounds. Coconuts Yangon. 24 July.
The Sun Daily (2017). Sacred ancient objects returned to Australian Indigenous leaders after centuries. The Sun Daily. 24 July.
Thief steals 6m-long sculpture from Kensington home before driving away with it on the roof of his car( )
Mitch Mott (2017). Thief steals 6m-long sculpture from Kensington home before driving away with it on the roof of his car. The Advertiser. 18 July.
BBC News (2017). Valuable Colin John McCahon painting stolen in Sydney. BBC News. 7 July.
Coconuts Yangon (2017). Descendants of conquerors to return artifacts stolen during Anglo-Burmese War. Coconuts Yangon. 4 July.
Dale Stephens, Tara Gutman (2017). Destruction of Mosul's Great Mosque holds a heritage lesson for Australia. The Guardian. 29 June.
Isabella SMith (2017). At British Museum Protest, Australian Aboriginal Activist Demands Repatriation of Ancestor's Shield. Hyperallergic. 20 June.
Raymond Brown (2017). Aboriginal man demands Cambridge University return his ancestor's spears. Cambridge News. 16 June.
AAP (2017). Man charged with WA winery painting theft. AAP. 15 June.
Allison Meier (2017). In a Historic First, Australia Agrees to Return Ainu Remains to Japan. Hyperallergic. 15 June.
Sky News (2017). Man attempts painting theft at WA winery. Sky News. 12 June.
Hannah Barry (2017). 'You've got to be joking': Brazen art theft in Swan Valley caught on CCTV. WA Today. 11 June.
Alister Browne (2017). The fine art of forgery to be on display. Manawatu Standard. 7 June.
The Hindu (2017). Police to seek documents from Australian authorities. The Hindu. 2 June.
Mihingarangi Forbes (2017). Man out to prove Māori not original settlers under investigation. Radio New Zealand. 30 May.
A Northland man is under investigation by Heritage New Zealand for tampering with historic burial sites( )
Shabnam Dsatgheib (2017). A Northland man is under investigation by Heritage New Zealand for tampering with historic burial sites. Stuff.co.nz. 27 May.
R. Sivaraman (2017). 1,000-year-old 'Narasimmee' comes back to Tamil Nadu. The Hindu. 27 May.
R. Sivaraman (2017). How idol thieves deceived devotees. The Hindu. 27 May.
TNN (2017). Australia returns Tamil Nadu's antique idol stolen by notorious smuggler Kapoor. The Times of India. 27 May.
Tim Stone (2017). Tickets cancelled for Nitsch performance in Tasmania due to protest threat. The Art Newspaper. 26 May.
Allison Meier (2017). Dozens of Māori and Moriori Remains Return to New Zealand from European Museums. Hyperallergic. 25 May.
Kurt Bayer (2017). Million-dollar Lindauer art heist in Auckland more sophisticated than police have revealed. New Zealand Herald. 23 May.
PTI News (2017). Prized sculptures returned by Australia on display now. PTI News. 23 May.
Phil Taylor (2017). Twist in $1m heist riddle. New Zealand Herald. 21 May.
Tess McClure (2017). Grave Robbers with Far-Right Links Could Be Stealing Ancestral Māori Skulls. Vice. 18 May.
Radio New Zealand (2017). Māori ancestral remains to return home from Swedish medical museum. Radio New Zealand. 16 May.
Waatea News (2017). Stolen skulls heading back from Sweden. Waatea News. 15 May.
Sowaibah Hanifie (2017). Ancient fossil chipped out of rock with heavy-duty tools at Hallett Cove Conservation Park. ABC Australia. 9 May.
Jared Savage (2017). 'Menace to society' Anthony Ricardo Sannd heading back to jail over theft of $130,000 motorcycle. New Zealand Herald. 3 May.
Mānia Clarke (2017). New short film honours return of Northland chief Te Pahis medal. Maori Television. 30 April.
Jessica Long (2017). Hope for families of Anzac heroes fighting for decades to retrieve World War 1 diaries. Stuff.co.nz. 23 April.
SBS (2017). Wendy Whiteley stunned by forgery case acquittals. SBS. 22 April.
Jimmy Kouratoras (2017). Art thieves steal $30,000 worth of work from painter. Scoop. 21 April.
Jessica Long (2017). Descendants of Kiwi soldiers who fought at Gallipoli believe WW1 diaries were stolen. Stuff.co.nz. 15 April.
Kirsty Wynn (2017). Lindauer paintings stolen in Auckland art heist 'radioactive'. New Zealand Herald. 9 April.
Kirsty Johnston (2017). Second mystery in million-dollar theft of Lindauer paintings from Auckland gallery. Bay of Plenty Times. 5 April.
Associated Press (2017). Controversial tribal artifacts sale lures few bidders. The Daily Mail. 4 April.
New Zealand Herald (2017). Police release CCTV footage of theft of Lindauer paintings. Bay of Plenty Times. 3 April.
Jacob Brown (2017). Theft of Māori paintings stuns descendant. News Hub. 2 April.
Matthew Theunissen (2017). Art criminologist warns stolen $1m Lindauer paintings could be used for ransom. New Zealand Herald. 2 April.
Anna Loren (2017). Two valuable Gottfried Lindauer paintings stolen in Auckland ram raid burglary. Stuff.co.nz. 1 April.
Radio New Zealand (2017). Pania, Tuna and a McCahon: A short history of art heists in NZ. Radio New Zealand. 1 April.
New Zealand Herald (2017). Million-dollar Parnell art heist: Interpol on watch for thieves. New Zealand Herald. 1 April.
Jamie Seidel (2017). The dinosaur track theft that never was. Adelaide Now. 31 March.
Dominique Baynes (2017). Thieves steal war memorabilia. The West Australian. 28 March.
Lindy Laird (2017). No takers for large collection of works belonging to art forger. The Northern Advocate. 7 March.
Paul Daley (2017). Reuniting Indigenous 'sticks' with their stories: the museum on a mission to give back. The Guardian. 3 March.
Wave of Bomb Threats to Jewish Museums and Community Centers Forces Evacuations in US, UK, and Australia( )
Amah-Rose Abrams (2017). Wave of Bomb Threats to Jewish Museums and Community Centers Forces Evacuations in US, UK, and Australia. ArtNet News. 3 March.
Erin Jones (2017). Idiots vandalising ancient Aboriginal rock art in Flinders Ranges. The Advertiser. 26 February.
Shaya Laughlin (2017). Police recover $25,000 sculpture from "art thieves gang". The Daily Telegraph. 16 February.
Karen MIchael (2017). Artist Jon Campbell sues retail giant Target, alleging it copied his work. Domain. 15 February.
Mirage News (2017). Wall mural stolen from Kensington Gardens school, SA. Mirage News. 10 February.
Jewel Topsfield (2017). Indonesia and Australia battle to save WWII shipwreck HMAS Perth from salvagers. Western Advocate. 10 February.
Lexology (2017). Stopping the fake indigenous art flood when does cultural appropriation become theft?. Lexology. 7 February.
Elanore Ainge Roy (2017). New Zealand's surprising history of art crime: 'I continue to be flabbergasted'. The Guardian. 2 February.
Jewel Topsfield (2017). HMAS Perth at mercy of scavengers 75 years after being sunk. WA Today. 28 January.
Radio New Zealand (2017). Light exhibition goes dark as artwork stolen from botanic gardens. Radio New Zealand. 27 January.
Daniel Birchfield (2017). Art returned after burglary admitted. Otago Daily Times. 23 January.
C. R. Gowri Shankar (2017). Hyderabad: Stolen antiques make their way back home. Deccan Chronicle. 16 January.
Press Trust of India (2017). Australia returns three antiquities to India. The Times of India. 16 January.
Shaya Laughlin (2017). Paparazzi Dog statue stolen from Paddington, artists offering $10,000 worth of art for its return. The Daily Telegraph. 11 January.
U Tejonmayam (2017). 'Indian art awaits high scrutiny in Oz'. The Times of India. 11 January.
Toyah Shakespeare (2017). Morley artist devastated by theft of canvases. Community News. 4 January.
Michaela Boland (2017). Mossgreen, Leonard Joel clash over call to ban ivory, rhino horn sales. The Australian. 3 January.
TNN (2016). Pratyangira idol and two other artefacts back in India. The Times of India. 26 December.
Radio New Zealand (2016). Antique dealer left 'devastated' after $20,000 art theft. Radio New Zealand. 23 December.
Michaela Boland (2016). Art dealer Nancy Wiener who sold stolen Buddha to NGA arrested. The Australian. 22 December.
Lisa Bannon (2016). New York Art Dealer Charged With Trafficking Illegal Antiquities. The Wall Street Journal. 21 December.
Tom Mashberg (2016). Prominent Antiquities Dealer Accused of Selling Stolen Artifacts. The New York Times. 21 December.
Hannah Martin (2016). Waiouru medal thief recalled to prison after starting online escort service. Stuff.co.nz. 20 December.
Minister Looking to Add "A Bit of Colour" to His Office Accidentally Finds Missing $150,000 Aboriginal Artwork( )
Isabelle Hellyer (2016). Minister Looking to Add "A Bit of Colour" to His Office Accidentally Finds Missing $150,000 Aboriginal Artwork. Vice. 14 December.
Catrin Owen (2016). British war veteran appeals for stolen service medals to be returned. Stuff.co.nz. 9 December.
Danielle Clent (2016). Virgin Mary stolen from Helensville church. Stuff.co.nz. 6 December.
The Northland Age (2016). Outrage at unprovoked vandalism of ancient tree. The Northland Age. 6 December.
Louis Klee (2016). 'Weaponise your privilege': blocked Aboriginal Australian speaker addresses students by Skype. Varsity. 5 December.
Aboriginal art depicting Wandjina figure that sparked aliens theory to be reclaimed by traditional owners( )
Erin Parke (2016). Aboriginal art depicting Wandjina figure that sparked aliens theory to be reclaimed by traditional owners. ABC Australia. 4 December.
Michaela Boland (2016). Arrests confirm more thefts in NGA collection. The Australian. 2 December.
Georgina Connery (2016). Artwork stolen from ANU School of Art graduate exhibition. The Canberra Times. 25 November.
Louis Klee (2016). History re-told through the Gweagal shield. Varsity. 18 November.
The Times of India (2016). Stolen Indian idols to be brought to National Museum from Australia. The Times of India. 16 November.
Lexi Metherell (2016). Possible 'first encounter' Aboriginal shield uncovered in Berlin. The New Daily. 10 November.
Newsport (2016). Old-fashioned burglar caught red handed. Newsport. 8 November.
Matt Hickman (2016). Demand for high-end honey prompts beehive crime wave. Mother Nature Network. 7 November.
CBC (2016). 'They've got no claim': Indigenous Australian demands British Museum return ancestral shield. CBC. 2 November.
Josh Fagan (2016). Thief in Waiouru medal heist that 'shocked the nation' denied parole. Stuff.co.nz. 28 October.
Michaela Boland (2016). Ownership questions trigger NGV action on antiquities. The Australian. 26 October.
Tom Richardson (2016). Paintings by executed Bali Nine inmate Sukumaran stolen in Adelaide. In Daily. 25 October.
Rebecca Fox (2016). Framed: art crime in focus. Otago Daily Times. 19 October.
Michaela Boland (2016). AGNSW's Indian sculptures feared stolen. The Australian. 17 October.
Jacqueline Magnay (2016). Remains of 13 Aboriginals will be returned to Australia. The Australian. 15 October.
Natasha Thompson (2016). Help! My Goldie's missing!. The Gisborne Herald. 14 October.
Nick Miller (2016). Virtual reality tells Indigenous story in London as bones set to return to Australia. The Sydney Morning Herald. 14 October.
The Australian (2016). Explainer: The NGA looted antiquities scandal. The Australian. 14 October.
Michaela Boland (2016). Mayan vase subject of latest provenance inquiry at NGA. The Australian. 14 October.
Carly Gooch (2016). Stolen brazier leaves artist dissapointed. Stuff.co.nz. 4 October.
Esther Anatolitis (2016). Cultural ownership and responsibility is not just a fad. Eureka Street. 3 October.
Yogesh Kabirdoss (2016). Five stolen Tamil Nadu idols in Oz on radar for return. The Times of India. 1 October.
Eastern Eye (2016). India takes possession of stolen 12th-century Brahma sculpture. Eastern Eye. 1 October.
Paul Daley (2016). The Gweagal shield and the fight to change the British Museum's attitude to seized artefacts. The Guardian. 25 September.
Treasure trove' of war photos, medals and memorabilia found among stolen loot in a thief's house - as police seek help to find the owners( )
Ollie Gillman (2016). Treasure trove' of war photos, medals and memorabilia found among stolen loot in a thief's house - as police seek help to find the owners. The Daily Mail. 22 September.
Debbie Cuthbertson (2016). Aboriginal artefacts in Sotheby's auction prompt questions over provenance. The Sydney Morning Herald. 11 September.
Mahvash Ali (2016). Author says New Zealanders need to watch out for art crime. Stuff.co.nz. 1 September.
Eleanor Black (2016). Art crime in New Zealand - there's more than you think. Stuff.co.nz. 1 September.
The New Zealand Herald (2016). Sacred Maori paintings taken from King Country trust boardroom. The New Zealand Herald. 23 August.
Lucy McNally (2016). Victory for Gweagal man Rodney Kelly in fight to have artefacts returned from British museums. ABC Australia. 23 August.
The West Australian (2016). Stolen $65,000 sculpture returned after alleged ransom attempt. The West Australian. 19 August.
Paul Tacon (2016). It's time rock art was better protected. Apollo. 17 August.
Alasdair McDonald (2016). Decendant of Joseph Banks' servant supports repatriation of Gweagal artefacts. Bega District News. 15 August.
Martin Bailey (2016). Polynesian sculpture admired by Picasso and Henry Moore far older than previously thought. The Art Newspaper. 15 August.
Queensland Police (2016). Ancient gold scam re-emerges. Queensland Police. 8 August.
Emilia Terzon (2016). 'It's very poignant': Darwin gallery taps into Indigenous incarceration conversation. ABC Australia. 8 August.
Victoria Laurie (2016). Daughter reveals motivation for Eddie Burrup art scandal. The Australian. 6 August.
Eleanor Ainge Roy (2016). Captain Cook statues defaced in NZ amid calls for Maori chiefs to take his place. The Guardian. 31 July.
Caleb Cluff (2016). The man who stole Pompey's medals. Bombala Times. 24 July.
Debbie Cuthbertson (2016). Picasso's Weeping Woman: Could mystery of 1986 NGV art heist be solved?. The Sydney Morning Herald. 23 July.
The Tribune (2016). Australia to return stolen Buddha statue to India. The Tribune. 22 July.
Michaela Boland (2016). NGA's stolen buddha slowly homing in on return to India. The Australian. 22 July.
Andrew Taylor (2016). National Gallery of Australia likely to forfeit more ancient Indian antiquities, says director. The Sydney Morning Herald. 18 July.
Selena Powell (2016). Heritage New Zealand charges dropped against Marlborough landowners Haysley and Phillip MacDonald. Stuff.co.nz. 13 July.
Melissa Singer (2016). Banksy stencils 'destroyed' in AC/DC Lane construction works. The Age. 10 July.
ABC Australia (2016). Evidence mounts two National Gallery of Australia sculptures may have been looted. ABC Australia. 4 July.
Sally Pryor (2016). Two more antiquities may have to be returned by the National Gallery of Australia to India. The Sydney Morning Herald. 4 July.
Self-proclaimed 'Australia's worst artist' hangs his own painting in the National Gallery of Victoria( )
Debbie Cuthbertson (2016). Self-proclaimed 'Australia's worst artist' hangs his own painting in the National Gallery of Victoria. The Sydney Morning Herald. 1 July.
Tim O'Connell (2016). Art heist or misplaced masterpiece? Missing painting baffles Nelson artist. Stuff.co.nz. 23 June.
Michaela Boland (2016). Mess marks spot when food splatters masterpieces. The Australian. 23 June.
Heather Sculthorpe (2016). Talking Point: Neglect of ancient heritage. The Mercury. 20 June.
Michaela Boland (2016). Bogus Whiteley paintings: lock up fraudsters, says Swans chief. The Australian. 18 June.
Kim Lester (2016). Beloved 'little old lady' public art stolen from Hughes shops. ABC Australia. 31 May.
Bianca Hall (2016). International graffiti artist who travelled to Melbourne to tag jailed for 6 months. The Age. 31 May.
Madison Park (2016). Smithsonian returns Maori remains to New Zealand. CNN. 28 May.
The Daily Telegraph (2016). Art, coins and stamps snatched from Sydney property. The Daily Telegraph. 28 May.
The Star (2016). Special delegation visits Sheffield for skull repatriation. The Star. 20 May.
Martin Hannan (2016). Maori skull on its way back home after 130 years. The National. 18 May.
DJ Pangburn (2016). Steal This Fork: An Artist Spent 15 Years Stealing Silverware Used by the 1%. The Creator's Project. 16 May.
Kurt Bayer (2016). 60 Maori and Moriori heads and skulls repatriated from UK and US. The New Zealand Herald. 12 May.
Chris Foote (2016). Maori skull returning to homeland after 133 years in Moray. STV. 11 May.
Tom Keneally (2016). Mungo Man still lies in a cardboard box. Why?. The Age. 26 April.
Brigid Delaney (2016). How do you buy Indigenous Australian art ethically?. The Guardian. 18 April.
Gina Fairley (2016). Theft and forgery from Whiteley to Warhol. Arts Hub. 14 April.
The Chakra (2016). Australian Hindus Urge Sydney Art Gallery to Return Hindu Statue If Illegal Acquired. The Chakra. 2 April.
Tiffany Jenkins (2016). Obsessing about past 'wrongs' is to miss the power of culture. The Guardian. 2 April.
Michaela Boland (2016). AGNSW's 1000-year-old Hindu goddess 'may be illegal'. The Australian. 2 April.
Jemima Garrett (2016). Captain James Cook feather cape and helmet gifted to him before death returned to Hawaii. ABC Australia. 1 April.
Michaela Boland (2016). NGA keeping mum on 1000-year-old Indian goddess statue. The Australian. 29 March.
ABC Australia (2016). Calls for British Museum to surrender Indigenous Gweagal shield. ABC Australia. 28 March.
S. Vijay Kumar (2016). Priceless Indian Artefacts With Australia; Will They Ever Come Back Home?. Swarajya. 27 March.
Kate Pereyra Garcia (2016). 'I don't think it was taken by an art collector'. Radio New Zealand. 25 March.
Joanne Carroll (2016). Beloved West Coast painting stolen. Stuff.co.nz. 23 March.
Deena Coster (2016). Talk explores ties South American art collector had with Taranaki carvings. Taranaki Daily News. 21 March.
Rosemary Neill (2016). Repatriation of indigenous artefacts a hot topic for museums. The Australian. 12 March.
Anne Gibson (2016). Rescue bid launched for Fonterra-trapped fish. The New Zealand Herald. 8 March.
Geoff Hiscock (2016). Australian gallery identifies looted Indian treasures. Nikkei. 26 February.
Neelima Choahan (2016). Graffiti tagger destroys historical Smith Street feminist mural. The Age. 26 February.
Danielle Le Messurier (2016). Police investigate Aboriginal artwork stolen from Fremantle home. Perth Now. 18 February.
Michaela Boland (2016). Provenance of Ros Packer buy shaping up as bull. The Australian. 18 February.
Michaela Boland (2016). National Gallery judged victim of fraud over Asian antiquities. The Australian. 18 February.
Indiana Daily Student (2016). EDITORIAL: Restoring artifacts to their rightful owners. Indiana Daily Student. 17 February.
Simon Thomen (2016). National Gallery of Australia review finds 22 works of 'insufficient or questionable' provenance. Business Insider. 17 February.
Shalailah Medhora (2016). Provenance of 22 Asian artworks at National Gallery of Australia in doubt. The Guardian. 17 February.
Michaela Boland (2016). NGA wants to return buddha, but doesn't know where. The Australian. 12 February.
Michaela Boland (2016). Australia's Dancing Shiva legally exported, says Subhash Kapoor. The Australian. 9 February.
Rachel Thomas (2016). Aratoi museum and local iwi buy back ancient Maori cloak after century in US. Stuff.co.nz. 2 February.
Laura Armitage (2016). Heidelberg police appeal to find owners of stolen painting of toddler. Heidelberg Leader. 1 February.
Steph Harmon (2016). Anthony Lister found guilty of wilful damage over graffiti artworks. The Guardian. 28 January.
The Gisborne Herald (2016). Connecting with artefacts taken by Cook. The Gisborne Herald. 25 January.
Sara Meij (2016). Stolen artwork returned to gallery. Stuff.co.nz. 23 January.
Goya Dmytryshchak (2016). 'Scumbags' steal Altona Homestead artefacts. Star Weekly. 20 January.
Te Ahua Maitland (2016). Museum-quality heirloom stolen from Hamilton home. Stuff.co.nz. 19 January.
Kitty Hauser (2016). Keith Haring mural door in Collingwood resurfaces after 20 years. The Australian. 16 January.
Sara Meij (2016). Art work stolen before exhibition opens. Nelson Mail. 16 January.
Lois Williams (2016). Te Pahi's medal among Waitangi treasures. Radio New Zealand. 14 January.
Amrita Madhukalya (2016). ASI brings back three stolen artefacts from Australia. DNA. 6 January.
Jessy Edwards (2016). $6K Maori cloak sold a month ago for $174. The Dominion Post. 5 January.
Stuff.co.nz (2016). Sale of historic Maori cloak attracts debate on Trade Me. Stuff.co.nz. 4 January.
Megan Gattey (2015). Vandals knock over Lyall Bay's Easter Island statue. The Dominion Post. 31 December.
Motunui epa: Maori storehouse carvings returned home after 150 years buried in a swamp, 40-year European exile( )
Kim Griggs (2015). Motunui epa: Maori storehouse carvings returned home after 150 years buried in a swamp, 40-year European exile. ABC Australia. 16 December.
Clare Colley (2015). Unsettled art show accompanies Encounters at the National Museum of Australia. The Sydney Morning Herald. 14 December.
Hawke's Bay Today (2015). Man admits stealing Maori artefacts. Hawke's Bay Today. 9 December.
Amelia Caddy (2015). Indigenous objects return to Australia in new exhibition. Australian Geographic. 7 December.
ABC Australia (2015). Thieves steal engine parts worth $150k from railway museum. ABC Australia. 1 December.
Paul Daley (2015). Encounters exhibition: a stunning but troubling collection of colonial plunder. The Guardian. 26 November.
Erin Parke (2015). Stolen ancestral remains repatriated to Western Australia after years of negotiations. ABC Australia. 21 November.
Susan Strongman (2015). New Zealand Herald Reserve Bank apologises over stolen design on new $10 bank note. The New Zealand Herald. 11 November.
Kathy Marks (2015). 'Mungo Man': Bones of Australia's 42,000-year-old man returned to Aboriginal tribes for burial. The Independent. 7 November.
Julie Power (2015). Encounters at National Museum of Australia: our Elgin Marbles come home. The Sydney Morning Herald. 6 November.
Katie Burgess (2015). Mungo Man to be moved to National Museum of Australia's repatriation unit. The Canberra Times. 6 November.
Simon Hendery (2015). Fake Lindauer painting kept in cupboard for years before $75,000 Turnbull sale. The Dominion Post. 5 November.
AAP (2015). Traditional owners mark Uluru handback. 9 News. 25 October.
Lucy Cormack (2015). Fire destroys historic trams and buses at Sydney Tramway Museum. The Sydney Morning Herald. 24 October.
The Dominion Post (2015). Editorial: Lesson for library in 'fake' purchase. The Dominion Post. 23 October.
Jim Mclay (2015). The Attorneys General and the Motunui Panels. Taranaki Daily News. 22 October.
Radio New Zealand (2015). $75,000 wake-up call over fake painting. Radio New Zealand. 19 October.
Ali Ikram (2015). Art matters: Stolen taonga returned to Taranaki after 40-year fight. The New Zealand Herald. 17 October.
Michaela Boland (2015). Stolen Buddha still posing at National Gallery of Australia. The Australian. 16 October.
Rosaline Walters (2015). Police hunt serial thief after expensive bonsai trees stolen at Cabramatta West. The Daily Telegraph. 13 October.
Paul Daley (2015). Keeping place for stolen Indigenous remains should take priority over Anzac centre. The Guardian. 12 October.
The Indian Express (2015). Australian art gallery to return 2000 year old Buddha idol to India. The Indian Express. 11 October.
John Weekes (2015). Both sides claim victories in art court battle. The New Zealand Herald. 8 October.
Grace Uhr (2015). Mt Surprise gem owner offers $20,000 reward for return of stolen stones. The Cairns Post. 24 September.
Maria Slade (2015). Artwork stolen, vandalised at upmarket Auckland office building. Stuff.co.nz. 11 September.
Clare Colley (2015). Cultural objects lent to National Museum of Australia to have extra protection. The Canberra Times. 10 September.
Jonathan Pearlman (2015). Sculptures 'disappear' from Sir Antony Gormley's lake installation in Australia. The Telegraph. 9 September.
NZ Catholic (2015). Who stole two Steele artworks. NZ Catholic. 1 September.
Sam Flanagan (2015). Topaz gems stolen from Qld Museum. Brisbane Times. 26 August.
Elton Smallman (2015). Gift from Te Puea, jewellery, combs taken in theft. Stuff.co.nz. 25 August.
Michaela Boland (2015). Dancing Shiva may not be stolen, says National Gallery chairman. The Australian. 20 August.
Michaela Boland (2015). National Gallery of Australia finally mothballs Kapoor artworks. The Australian. 19 August.
Harrison Tippet (2015). Disabled Reservoir pensioner reunited with father's stolen war medals after harrowing ordeal. The Advertiser. 18 August.
Michaela Boland (2015). Sotheby's fights copyright agency over Olsen art. The Australian. 18 August.
Imran Ali (2015). Court fight over Maori artefacts comes to an end. The Northern Advocate. 14 August.
Elicia Murray (2015). Is it OK to buy replica furniture?. Domain. 11 August.
Rebecca Ryan (2015). Artist victim of late-night antics. Otago Daily Times. 31 July.
Michaela Boland (2015). Sotheby's primed for battle over John Olsen copyright. The Australian. 31 July.
Paul Daley (2015). Enduring controversy: BP sponsorship ignites new row over British Museum's Indigenous exhibition. The Guardian. 21 July.
Michaela Boland (2015). Sotheby's sued over John Olsen artworks. The Australian. 15 July.
Kristian Silva (2015). Queensland Art Gallery probes past of Hindu statues. Brisbane Times. 10 July.
Carla Green (2015). Van found minus art. Otago Daily Times. 8 July.
Sarah Hudson (2015). Theft won't destroy Napoleon's connection to Mt Martha homestead. The Weekly Times. 8 July.
Carla Green (2015). Plea for return of artworks. Otago Daily Times. 6 July.
Gina Fairley (2015). Hindu cleric targets QAGOMA for return of Indian antiquities. Visual Arts Hub. 6 July.
Merinews (2015). Hindus urge National Gallery of Australia to expedite provenance of Hindu statues. Merinews. 4 July.
Thomas Mead (2015). Art stolen from Whanganui gallery. 3News. 30 June.
Mark Colvin (2015). Indigenous man's skull returns to his people more than 150 years after its theft. ABC Australia. 29 June.
Michaela Boland (2015). Queensland Art Gallery may have to return stolen antiquities. The Australian. 19 June.
Sonya Bateson (2015). Rannali 'stoked' painting found 12 years later. Bay of Plenty Times. 16 June.
Sale of Kanak Art Suspended
Les Nouvelles Calédoniennes (2015). La vente d'art kanak suspendue. Les Nouvelles Calédoniennes. 13 June.
Michaela Boland (2015). Illegal antiquities trade grows as NGA door guardians remain on display. The Australian. 13 June.
The Advertiser (2015). SA Police search for Boer War artefacts, papers stolen from State Library. Perth Now. 12 June.
Stolen Kanak art objects offered at a large auction in Switzerland?
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ABC Australia (2015). Meteorite worth more than $16,000 stolen from Queensland museum. ABC Australia. 8 June.
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Liz Foschia (2015). Ancient artefacts from Egypt illegally imported to Australia returned to ambassador in Canberra. ABC Australia. 8 April.
Helen Harvey (2015). Motunui panels returned to Taranaki. Stuff.co.nz. 20 March.
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Amanda Wu (2015). Australia Returns Precious Qing Dynasty Statue to China. Women of China. 6 March.
Michaela Boland (2015). National Gallery of Australia gets refund as Buddha goes home. The Australian. 6 March.
Zaryd Wilson (2015). Wanganui expert fights to ban moa trade. Wanganui Chronicle. 9 January.
Caleb Harris (2014). Rare medal stolen from museum. Stuff.co.nz. 3 December.
NZN (2014). Ancient Maori heads returning from US. NZCity. 1 December.
Lyndel Prott (2014). Stolen cultural objects: what's the role of Australian galleries?. The Conversation. 30 November.
James Ihaka (2014). Theft charge over One Tree Hill pine's remains. The New Zealand Herald. 26 November.
Simon Thomsen (2014). A Thief Stole Rare Coins Worth $1 Million From The NSW State Library. Business Insider. 8 August.
Michaela Boland (2014). Risk of being duped on looted artefacts lost on NGA. The Australian. 5 August.
William Vallely (2014). Daylesford police recover $135K worth of stolen church items. The Courier. 7 July.
Tanya Nolan (2014). Western Australia Aboriginal leaders retrieve secret sacred items taken a century ago. ABC Australia. 6 June.
Press Trust of India (2014). India expects Australia to return ancient statues soon. The Hindu. 4 June.
DNA (2014). Australia must return stolen Shiva statue to India: former diplomat from Natasha Chaku. DNA. 11 April.
Andrew Taylor (2014). National Gallery of Australia director Ron Radford reluctant to admit Dancing Shiva is stolen. The Sydney Morning Herald. 7 April.
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IBN Live (2014). Second Australian gallery removes stolen Indian artefact from display. IBN Live. 2 April.
Andrew Taylor (2014). India wants looting scandal statues including Dancing Shiva returned in 30 days. The Sydney Morning Herald. 27 March.
Simon Thomsen (2014). Art Theft Scandal Widens As Art Gallery of NSW Removes Statue India Wants Back. Business Insider. 27 March.
Andrew Taylor (2014). NGA removes Dancing Shiva from display. The Sydney Morning Herald. 26 March.
Andrew Taylor (2014). NGA refuses to return $US5m Shiva statue despite evidence it was stolen from Indian temple. The Sydney Morning Herald. 24 March.
Andrew Taylor (2014). Shiva swap involves National Gallery of Australia in international art looting case. The Sydney Morning Herald. 21 March.
Simon Thomsen (2014). National Gallery Director Steps Down As Cloud Remains Over $5M Indian Sculpture. Business Insider. 21 March.
Rachel Kleinman (2014). The National Gallery of Australia dances into trouble with Shiva. The Sydney Morning Herald. 18 March.
Nolan Verheij-Full (2014). Book proves Tweed man's $50m Cezanne painting is real. My Daily News. 10 March.
National Gallery of Australia defends practices despite admitting it may have been conned into buying stolen Indian art( )
Anna Maria Nicholson (2014). National Gallery of Australia defends practices despite admitting it may have been conned into buying stolen Indian art. ABC Australia. 5 March.
Wepiha Te Kanawa (2014). Historical shackles nearly sold off at auction. Maori Television. 5 March.
Helen Thew (1989). Peru regains lost heritage: Govt returns 2000-year-old stolen shroud. AAP. 24 October.
QNP (1989). 'Hot' Relic Goes Back. QNP. 24 October.
Peter Cochrane (1988). Wrong Mantle, Claims Gallery. The Sydney Morning Herald. 26 September.
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