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Authors rush to defend award winning poet Ellen van Neerven after a group of HSC students launch racist and derogatory online attacks after sitting exam using one...
You don't have to pay a gallery fee to see some of Indigenous Australia's most emotive artworks. Sydneysiders just need to take a stroll around their...
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We say “Black Lives Matter” but shit, the fact that matter is, we just Black matter to them, this shit keep happening.
Family to receive rights to legendary artists work after decades of injustice.
NITV Channel Manager Tanya Orman-Denning holds the floor of The Long Walk Women's Luncheon in Melbourne with an 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...
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Australian Solomon Islander filmmaker tells the story of Australia's 'blackbirding' slave trade, drawing inspiration from her own family history.
Nicole Chapman spoke exclusively to NITV News about what happened leading up to the incident, which resulted in a police officer being investigated by the...
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