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Indigenous leader Pat Dodson has condemned Prime Minister Tony Abbott's rejection of Indigenous-only conventions as part of the national debate over Constitutional...
The imaginary spear that Adam Goodes was criticised for 'throwing' as part of a war cry he performed during a game at the AFL Indigenous round in May, was in fact...
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Indigenous art hangs in galleries around Australia and the globe, but it's not often that collectors get to see where this art is created. ...
Dr Galarrwuy Yunupingu AM has received the highest academic award for his work to advance self-determination and secure land rights of Australia’s First Peoples...
Eight firefighters of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent will graduate to become full-time Fire & Rescue NSW firefighters on Thursday, making the group...
The federal government's intervention into central Australian Aboriginal communities was a "gross imposition" ...
The consolidation of corporate power is ‘terrifying’ and oppressive systems persist, the United Nations Special Rapporteur for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples,...

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I Am The River

The tribes of Whanganui take their name, their spirit and their strength from the great river which flows from the mountains of the central North Island to the sea....
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Today's show is about how we use our senses to smell, touch, taste, hear & see. We see Chris Sarra as a little boy. Storytime is "The 2-Hearted Numbat." We learn...
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Human connections to water in the indigenous world are a mix of physical and spiritual, often combining pragmatic needs with that which nourishes the soul.
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Pio is back with fresh new ocean adventures in this fun and bilingual fishing programme exploring the oceans around the coastal communities of Aotearoa.
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A soap opera from Vanuatu with a serious message. Set in a police station in the Pacific, the local characters confront real issues that occur in their communities.
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The winners of the annual Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award will be announced on Friday at the Museum and Art Gallery of the...
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Indigenous art hangs in galleries around Australia and the globe, but it's not often that collectors get to see where this art is created. ...
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I Am The River

The tribes of Whanganui take their name, their spirit and their strength from the great river which flows from the mountains of the central North Island to the...
Newly added
Today's show is about how we use our senses to smell, touch, taste, hear & see. We see Chris Sarra as a little boy. Storytime is "The 2-Hearted Numbat." We learn...
Newly added
Human connections to water in the indigenous world are a mix of physical and spiritual, often combining pragmatic needs with that which nourishes the soul.
Newly added
Pio is back with fresh new ocean adventures in this fun and bilingual fishing programme exploring the oceans around the coastal communities of Aotearoa.
Newly added
A soap opera from Vanuatu with a serious message. Set in a police station in the Pacific, the local characters confront real issues that occur in their communities.
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Showcasing the current generation of wrestling talent, the Impact Pro Wrestling circuit is overflowing with passionate and vibrant Maori and Pacific Island athletes.
Indigenous leader Pat Dodson has condemned Prime Minister Tony Abbott's rejection of Indigenous-only conventions as part of the national debate over...
Magnificent pictures have emerged from the Garma Festival in Central Arnhem Land, as traditional dancers paint themselves in red and white and cover their backs...
The 2015 Garma Festival opened Friday with the sound of the didjeridu to call the Yolngu people of Arnhem Land to come together to share knowledge and culture for...
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