Indigenous and multicultural players have figured prominently in newly created community cricket scholarships offered by Big Bash cricket franchises.
Aboriginal cricketers may be rare on the national stage at the moment, but the first Australian cricket team to tour England in 1868 was an entirely Indigenous...
Indigenous issues have become a priority at the first Council of Australian Governments meeting in Canberra.
A Murri woman from Brisbane is seeking help from the Australian government after she was arrested and jailed for alleged drug offenses in Bolivia.
The Butucarbin Aboriginal Corporation in Mt Druitt has held its annual Koori Carols by Candlelight this week.
Australia's premier theme park on the Gold Coast has opened a new attraction called Dreamworld Corroboree today.
The parliamentary year has officially ended for Tony Abbott and the Coalition government, but questions still remain unanswered for Indigenous ministers.
The Koori Kids Kitchen Tales cookbook has been launched in Redfern today as part of a 13 week program funded by the New South Wales Government
Organisations have used International Human Rights Day to highlight their growing campaign against the federal government's proposed changes to the Racial...
A new report has revealed that Aboriginal youth are overrepresented in detention centres.
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has continued in Sydney where the Catholic Church has come under fire.
Students from Worawa Aboriginal College in Victoria have conquered a challenging and unique experience.
Environmental groups and Jabiru traditional owners are calling for the closure of Australia's oldest uranium mine following the explosion of a holding tank...
Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have boarded a flight to attend the funeral of Nelson Mandela.
The newly elected Indigenous Advisory Council met for the first time with Prime Minister Tony Abbott in Canberra today.
Labor member for the Northern Territory seat of Lingiari has attributed the closing of Gove’s refinery to a construction delay.
In a move to help protect the world's largest and oldest collection of rock art, guided tours have begun on the Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia.
The Festival of Indigenous Rugby League was launched today in response to the removal of an annual All Stars match.
Young people with disabilities have been remembered for their achievements today as part of the 21st anniversary of International Day of People with Disability.
The Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion is launching a review into whether Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) and the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC)...
The Recognise Youth Program celebrated the completion of their 16 kilometre journey with a symbolic walk along the West Australian coastline of Cottesloe Beach on...
About 1,100 jobs will be lost next year when mining giant Rio Tinto closes its Gove alumina refinery in the Northern Territory.
A new mobile, web-based tool is set to be trialled in remote communities with the aim of improving the health of Indigenous Australians.
The first Indigenous woman to hold a ministerial position in any state or serritory parliament has been honoured for her work in Indigenous health.
Over 40 Indigenous primary school students gathered in Bankstown to celebrate Aboriginal culture at the annual Koori Youth Forum.
Ahead of the 2013 Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism, NITV News takes a look back at some examples of how Indigenous people are negatively portrayed.
An Aboriginal organisation supporting young Indigenous men through sport is set to establish a new head office in Perth after receiving a $900,000 grant from...
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released the results of Australia’s first ever national Indigenous health survey.
Former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser has criticised a federal government push to introduce 99-year leaseholds over some Northern Territory communities.