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All the latest news and stories from NITV, including news, sport, programs and features.

First Nations Canadian Ashley Burnham says she will use her position as Mrs Universe to help work to improve the rights of her peoples.
A book swap event in Sydney is set to take place on Indigenous Literacy Day in the effort to boost literacy rates among Australia's first peoples.
Films the extraordinary food cultures and cuisines of Papua New Guinea. Jennifer Baing takes us on a unique culinary journey experiencing the land of more than...
Anti-nuclear protesters have come together for the fifth consecutive Walkajurra Walkabout to oppose energy company's Toro Energy uranium mining project.
Locals around Cape York and the Torres Strait Islands say Tony Abbott did a pretty good job of ticking all the right boxes during his trip north last week. But...
The ball is now in the court of the Aboriginal Housing Company CEO Mick Mundine to sign off on a deal to finance low-income Housing for Aboriginal and Torres...
Liberal Party Backbencker Ian Goodenough has called for migrants to be recognised in the Constitution alongside any changes made to acknowledge Indigenous people....
The Marngrook Footy Show Grand Final Special!

Celebrate the AFL Grand Final live from Melbourne’s Forum Theatre.

Editor's Picks of Programs & Stories

Did you miss a great NITV program? Want to watch one again, or read a great yarn? Here's our pick of the best from NITV this week.

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This riveting, seven part series reveals the incredible stories of the Maori prophets. Presented as a comprehensive anthology, their lives are a fascinating aspect of...
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The moving story of a middle aged Indigenous wrestler who must face up to strong emotions as he relives the traumatic death of his mother and their troubled...
Don't miss NITV's Sunday night movie this week - acclaimed writer and director Ivan Sen "Toomelah".
Village At The End Of The World is a witty, surprising and ultimately feel good portrait of an isolated village of 59 people and 100 sledge dogs, surviving...
A young man heads north in search of a girl, but who discovers much more than he ever expected. A true community movie for all, starring that people of Oodnadatta...
'Malo is a spiritual God of Murray Island, teter moki moki, you cannot trespass on somebody else’s land, and in the Miriam language tag moki moki, you cannot...
As Australian women continue to be significantly under-represented in State and Territory parliaments (and Indigenous women are totally under-represented), our...
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. 

Latest news & features

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A former Yeshiva student who was sexually abused at 11 and shunned by his community when he went public has welcomed the resignation of one of Australia's most...
The Aboriginal Housing Company said Tuesday it signed a compromise deal over low-income housing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples at the Block in...
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Schoolchildren from the Tiwi Islands travelled to Sydney Opera House to read a book they co-wrote to celebrate Indigenous Literacy Day on Wednesday, as ambassador...
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Five Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts professionals have this week been selected to undertake a leadership skills development programme.
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This riveting, seven part series reveals the incredible stories of the Maori prophets. Presented as a comprehensive anthology, their lives are a fascinating...
Newly added
The moving story of a middle aged Indigenous wrestler who must face up to strong emotions as he relives the traumatic death of his mother and their troubled...
First Nations Canadian Ashley Burnham says she will use her position as Mrs Universe to help work to improve the rights of her peoples.
A book swap event in Sydney is set to take place on Indigenous Literacy Day in the effort to boost literacy rates among Australia's first peoples.
I feel honoured and blessed to be entrusted by the people to take this important story of truth, endurance and cultural survival forward. Even during these...
Redfern is celebrating after its team the All Blacks scored its first premiership win in 28 years in the Sydney Combined Competition.
Films the extraordinary food cultures and cuisines of Papua New Guinea. Jennifer Baing takes us on a unique culinary journey experiencing the land of more than...
The Fast boys get caught slipping while Ayira thinks she is playing Felix, but is she the one in control? Can she keep up with Felix and sustain her relationship...
Anti-nuclear protesters have come together for the fifth consecutive Walkajurra Walkabout to oppose energy company's Toro Energy uranium mining project.
Locals around Cape York and the Torres Strait Islands say Tony Abbott did a pretty good job of ticking all the right boxes during his trip north last week. But...
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