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Generating vibrations from the earth, while bringing ancient stories of First Nations people to life through music, OKA blends tribal beats and the digital age to...
Tess Ryan navigates her way through the controversial campaign guided by the immense power held by influencial black women.
Sydney University has been found in breach of advertising rules set by the ad industry regulator.
Yesterday more than 50 Traditional Owners gathered in Darwin demanding a complete ban on onshore gas fracking.
Lidia Thorpe made history over the weekend as the first Indigenous woman elected to the Victorian Parliament, after a huge swing of 13 per cent away from Labor.
It took eight days after horrific footage emerged of mistreatment of children in detention to establish a Royal Comission. And 25 years of report after report,...
Aboriginal peak bodies have warned against government ‘buck-passing’ in implementing the juvenile justice royal commission's recommendations, calling on cash from...

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Cherokee Nation professor Daniel Heath Justice looks at why non-Indigenous people should listen more and talk less when it comes to Indigenous culture, politics and...
NITV, along with the SBS Network, has revealed its 2018 line-up and our channel will continue to deliver inspiring, diverse and entertaining content to the coming...
After 43 years, the remains of Australia's oldest human have finally returned to its ancestral homelands. The historic repatriation was celebrated in a cultural...
50 Indigenous high school students have participated in Murama Indigenous Youth Summit camp to learn cultural skills and practice passing them on to younger...
Rapper Adam Briggs has been announced as GQ Agenda Setter Of The Year at the Australian award ceremony in Sydney.
Have first world Western countries given up on Pacific Island Nations by not addressing climate change issues such as pollution?
Queensland Labor is promising to introduce new laws to recognise Torres Strait Islander families' continued use of traditional adoption if re-elected.

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NITV brings you the latest health news from across the country and the world as well as tips and information to help you improve your health and wellbeing this summer.

Kriol Kitchen's Eric Fejo tells us he is an average cook but we think he is more than that. In this episode Eric shows us his family recipes for three amazing dishes.
Winter has arrived, and so has Mark Olive's Smoked Beef and Vegetables recipe, which is the perfect answer to make boring meat and three veg not so boring.
Fresh, colourful and uses native ingredients, this summer salad is as festive as the holiday season.
Yundu yalada, ngayu budi Jingirdba-Wanuginbi Kuku Yalanji, Julay warra, Kubirri warra bama. Ngayu binalku Kuku Yalanji mayi jilbamun gudday.
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From surfing to skating and even strumming guitars - these Indigenous artists are putting their prints on their passions and making their hobbies a little more colourful.
We say “Black Lives Matter” but shit, the fact that matter is, we just Black matter to them, this shit keep happening.
NITV Channel Manager Tanya Orman-Denning holds the floor of The Long Walk Women's Luncheon in Melbourne with a powerful and emotive speech.
Aboriginal Discovery Rangers play a vital role in ensuring culture is practiced and maintained. Now in a state first, Indigenous Rangers have the opportunity to...
Indigenous scientists understand that resilience and sustainability go hand-in-hand and in order to create a sustainable ecosystem, you have to understand the...
Torres Strait Islander artist and dancer, Sani Ray Townson has been passionately vocal about the impact the plebiscite decision has had on him personally as an...
Multimedia artist Lisa Reihana reclaims the imperial history of Europeans' voyages to the Pacific at the 57th Venice Biennale in Italy.
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The Cat Empire frontman, Felix Riebl, talks about working with the Gondwana Indigenous Children's Choir and the importance of Indigenous and non-Indigenous...
Indigenous Australians experience the greatest amount of discrimination in the workplace, according to a nationwide survey.
Tess Ryan navigates her way through the controversial campaign guided by the immense power held by influencial black women.
Cherokee Nation professor Daniel Heath Justice looks at why non-Indigenous people should listen more and talk less when it comes to Indigenous culture, politics...
Sydney University has been found in breach of advertising rules set by the ad industry regulator.
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Maoriland Film Festival founder Libby Hakaraia is heading to Sydney to present at WINDA Film Festival.
Yesterday more than 50 Traditional Owners gathered in Darwin demanding a complete ban on onshore gas fracking.
It took eight days after horrific footage emerged of mistreatment of children in detention to establish a Royal Comission. And 25 years of report after report,...
Lidia Thorpe made history over the weekend as the first Indigenous woman elected to the Victorian Parliament, after a huge swing of 13 per cent away from Labor.
After 43 years, the remains of Australia's oldest human have finally returned to its ancestral homelands. The historic repatriation was celebrated in a cultural...
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Aboriginal peak bodies have warned against government ‘buck-passing’ in implementing the juvenile justice royal commission's recommendations, calling on cash from...
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