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Wiradjuri/ Bangerang and Yorta Yorta man, Lionel Bamblett says urgent action is needed after a report found a disproportionate number of children expelled from...
Why would Aboriginal people want to celebrate a day that represents the end of their culture?
An inquest into the deaths of a group of Aboriginal youths who took their own lives in WA's far north has heard the federal government's Cashless Debit Card has...
Today kicks off the start of National Science Week, in which Australia celebrates the contributions made by science to the world we live in.
A collaboration between Frank Young, Anwar Young and Rhonda Dick has taken the top prize for this years' art awards.
High profile campaign with millions in public funding to be ditched.
Indigenous recognition must come before referendums on extended parliamentary terms or on becoming a republic.

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Former rugby league star and Over the Black Dot panellist Owen Craigie says he hopes to get an invite to the next meeting at a Chinese restaurant and we need to back...
Clinton Pryor is the man walking for justice and he has arrived in Sydney's suburb of Redfern to meet, greet and empower Aboriginal Australians in a fight for...
Daly River will become the first remote Northern Territory Indigenous community to be powered by solar energy.
Opinion: Shadow assistant minister for Indigenous affairs and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Senator for Western Australia, Patrick Dodson responds to...
Former rugby league star Owen Craigie says with the contribution Aboriginal players have made to the game, every NRL club should have an Aboriginal Engagement...
Indigenous rights activist and anti-nuclear campaigner Yami Lester was farewelled in a state funeral on Tuesday in the APY Lands, in South Australia's far north...
Prominent land rights campaigner and Gamatj man, Galarrwuy Yunupingu is hoping for a parliamentary resolution on Aboriginal constitutional reform.

Indigenous Science

This week marks the annual Science Week and we invite all Australians to learn more about Science from an Indigenous perspective.

'Dark Emu' challenges some of the historical assumptions underlying the image of Indigenous Australians as simply ‘hunter/gatherers’.
Today kicks off the start of National Science Week, in which Australia celebrates the contributions made by science to the world we live in.
The way our ancestors passed on knowledge was through a very sophisticated code and the Yalanji word for this is Ngujakura; our Lore and it’s The Life Code of the...
Five innovative short- form documentaries profiling the practice of Northern Territory based Indigenous scientists.
Yundu yalada, ngayu budi Jingirdba-Wanuginbi Kuku Yalanji, Julay warra, Kubirri warra bama. Ngayu binalku Kuku Yalanji mayi jilbamun gudday.
This weekend Indigenous scientists across the globe will not March for Science - but for Sciences.
A few hundred years ago, sports were used for reconciliation purposes. Games such as Marngrook aimed to pass down traditional knowledge between generations and...

You Are Here

NITV invites Australians to find their bearings with You Are Here, a series of powerful documentaries premiering from Sunday 23 July at 8.30pm on NITV and SBS.

Do you really know Australia’s story?
For a long time Tyson Mowarin had wanted to make a film that was able to demonstrate what connection to country really meant to Aboriginal people. Tired of seeing...
Cinematography wasn't a natural gift for internationally acclaimed filmmaker, Warwick Thornton. But storytelling has always run in the Kaytej man's blood.
For the next four weeks, NITV and SBS shine a light on the Indigenous population’s sense of place in our nation.

 

 

 

 

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Celebrating diversity and learning from inspiring groups and individuals across our nations

The prestigious National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAAs) will open this evening in Darwin. It includes the award ceremony, commemorating...
Clinton Pryor is the man walking for justice and he has arrived in Sydney's suburb of Redfern to meet, greet and empower Aboriginal Australians in a fight for...
Are Southern Cross tattoos the footprints of Generation Y? Which raises the question... why?
Yuggera Elder, Aunty Faye Carr, is finally getting back after a lifetime of giving.
The focus of NAIDOC 2017 is the importance of Languages. Mount Magnet Elder Ollie George is one of the last people living that can speak Badimia and he's talked...
Appearing on The Marngrook Footy Show’s 10th anniversary special, former Essendon player Nathan Lovett-Murray says the effect the AFL club’s doping scandal has...

Lemon Myrtle Ice Tea

Follow renowned Indigenous chef, Mark Olive and comedian Derek Nannup as they create delicious dishes in the Western Australian countryside.
For the Kids!

Jarjums is the NITV programming dedicated to children catering to all kids and kids at heart we have fun and educational Indigenous and First Nations content from Australia and around the world. 

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The CSIRO is working with students in remote communities to encourage the practice of Indigenous Sciences in the school curriculum.
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An Aboriginal teenager from WA's far north who tried to take her own life twice says young people must be involved in the design and delivery of suicide...
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A Melbourne council has made history by becoming the first in the nation to stop referring to January 26 as Australia Day.
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Wiradjuri/ Bangerang and Yorta Yorta man, Lionel Bamblett says urgent action is needed after a report found a disproportionate number of children expelled from...
Newly added
Former rugby league star and Over the Black Dot panellist Owen Craigie says he hopes to get an invite to the next meeting at a Chinese restaurant and we need to...
Why would Aboriginal people want to celebrate a day that represents the end of their culture?
An inquest into the deaths of a group of Aboriginal youths who took their own lives in WA's far north has heard the federal government's Cashless Debit Card has...
Today kicks off the start of National Science Week, in which Australia celebrates the contributions made by science to the world we live in.
Five innovative short- form documentaries profiling the practice of Northern Territory based Indigenous scientists.
Australian country music star Troy Cassar-Daley has called for an Aboriginal treaty after taking out top honours at the National Indigenous Music Awards.
An Indigenous group in remote north-western WA is reportedly the first to start charging tourists who want to visit their traditional lands.
As cinema honours a brave American couple, we reflect on a white Australian drover and his Aboriginal girlfriend on the other side of the globe - who also fought...
Who took home the awards at last nights' NIMAs?
The challenge of resisting against heterosexual "normality" and white institutions, but fighting for inclusion. Nayuka Gorrie urges support for LGBTIQA+ people in...
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have lived in Australia since the Upper Paleolithic Period. For 65,000 years, our people have called these lands...
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