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Talking Treaty: A two-day public event in Melbourne aims to offer Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living in Victoria an exciting opportunity to...
National Reconciliation Week kicks off on the anniversary of a day that aimed to give Indigenous people of Australia greater equality.
A brief look at the historical context, campaign for and outcome of the 1967 Referendum.
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If you're living in Australia then you have benefited from the demise and destruction of Indigenous culture. So why is it so hard to say sorry, asks Brooke Boney.
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The Redfern Tent Embassy exhibition tells the modern yet historic story of Sydney's Indigenous heritage and the fight to preserve it.
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An emotional Nova Peris goes out swinging.
COMMENT | As we are about to mark the 18th National Sorry Day and the eigth since the National Apology was delivered by former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, I can’t...
Adnyamathanha traditional owners have travelled from remote South Australia to Melbourne to speak with Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg.

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Not sure what is happening this Reconciliation Week? NITV has you covered for events around the country, including our special live coverage of the Aboriginal Victoria...
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The AFL marks their Indigenous Round with a nod to a pioneer, both on and off the field.
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Samara Williams is on a ten-day tour of India with the first National Indigenous Women's Cricket team. She answers five questions for NITV.
Wakka Wakka man is one of two collaborators to win the honour have his sculpture design mounted as a veterans' memorial in Anzac Square.
“This country holds our story forever like an archive. Travelling through country, the songs reveal themselves. They are embedded in country.” - Francis...
The AFL is locked in a dispute with the designers of the Western Bulldogs Indigenous guernsey ahead of Sir Douglas Nicholls Round this weekend.
Malarndirri McCarthy, Marion Scrymgour and Ursula Raymond all consider nominating for Nova Peris’ vacant seat.
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Unsolved Bowraville murder cases sent to NSW court of criminal appeal for retrial consideration in victory for victims' families.
All 18 AFL clubs will wear specially designed Indigenous guernseys this weekend as part of Sir Dougall Nicholls Round.
Former NITV journalist and Yanyuwa woman Malarndirri McCarthy has announced she will nominate for Labor’s Northern Territory Senate seat.
High-level delegation visits the town of Aurukun to talk solutions after another violent incident over the weekend.
Vinka Barunga is a proud Worora woman, determined to be the first Aboriginal doctor in her community – but definitely not the last.
Hair strands an Aboriginal man gave an ethnologist travelling across the country in the 1920s indicates Indigenous Australia is older than we thought.
A free 10-night 'festival in light' will project artwork across 2.5km of the MacDonnell Ranges in Central Australia.
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A 19th century UK actor who’s powerful presence on stage was overshadowed by the colour of his skin.
The AFL’s annual round recognising and celebrating indigenous players and culture has been renamed to honour Sir Doug Nicholls, for his contribution to the code...
As many Aboriginal students fail to meet the National Minimum Standards in literacy and numeracy, an Indigenous foundation strives to make change. And this week,...
The Short Black program at St Kilda’s annual Film Festival invites audiences to consider the portrayal of Indigenous Australians through a short film...
The Koori Mail is an Australian media institution, 100% owned and controlled by Aboriginal people. The fortnightly newspaper circulates all states and covers the...
Photographer Wayne Quilliam is among a group of artists on a two-week trip to Guam, to share and celebrate their culture with thousands from across the Pacific.
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SBS explores the concept of 'identity' to celebrate the launch of DNA Nation, beginning May 22. See a wealth of content from First Nations people's perspectives, to multicultural communities around the country.

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COMMENT | It may not ever appear on Wikipedia, or even be an obscure trivia night question, but I was honoured to have played a small part in a little bit of...
COMMENT | DNA testing may be used to prove Aboriginal descent, but there are important cautions in using this technology, writes Gregory Phillips.
An online survey shows almost three quarters of Australians support constitutional recognition. But does that reflect the sentiment among the Indigenous community?
The constitutional recognition process so far has placed disproportionate pressure on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It’s been presented as a once...
Australia is being held back by its unresolved relationship with its Indigenous population. Drawing on attempts at reconciliation overseas, this series of...
COMMENT | Driving past Glencore’s McArthur River Mine always reminds me of a Lord of the Rings movie, writes Jason De Santolo.
COMMENT | In partnering with RECOGNISE the NRL has taken a stance on equality and inclusiveness, writes Linda Burney.
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COMMENT | 2017 may be the year we might finally see justice for the Bowraville families and victims, writes David Shoebridge.
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Almost 20 years after the Bringing Them Home Report, Indigenous kids are still nine times more likely to be in out-of-home-care. Now there are calls for an...
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Coalition Ministers pay a visit to Sydney's Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience and drop $5.75 million to help students stay in school.
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A 19th century UK actor who’s powerful presence on stage was overshadowed by the colour of his skin.
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If you're living in Australia then you have benefited from the demise and destruction of Indigenous culture. So why is it so hard to say sorry, asks Brooke Boney.
Talking Treaty: A two-day public event in Melbourne aims to offer Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living in Victoria an exciting opportunity to...
Newly added
The AFL marks their Indigenous Round with a nod to a pioneer, both on and off the field.
Newly added
The Redfern Tent Embassy exhibition tells the modern yet historic story of Sydney's Indigenous heritage and the fight to preserve it.
All 18 AFL clubs will wear specially designed Indigenous guernseys this weekend as part of Sir Dougall Nicholls Round.
Hair strands an Aboriginal man gave an ethnologist travelling across the country in the 1920s indicates Indigenous Australia is older than we thought.
Newly added
Samara Williams is on a ten-day tour of India with the first National Indigenous Women's Cricket team. She answers five questions for NITV.
Newly added
An emotional Nova Peris goes out swinging.
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