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The Referendum Council have had their final leadership meeting and are now ready to talk with wider Australia
The film ‘Yinyamarra Yambuwan’ which means ‘deep respect’ was shot completely in-language and on country. It won the Best Creative and Innovative Design category...
A mural by artist Matt Adnate pays tribute to a pioneer of Aboriginal rights and the force behind the Tent Embassy. Now, the time-lapse video of the painting is...
‘Boyz N The Wood’ features the highs and lows of a pair of aspiring musicians in the Logan suburb of Woodridge, two years after the 'race riots' that made...
Almost half of pregnant Indigenous women smoke compared to one in eight in the non-Indigenous population. This means 7000 to 9000 Indigenous Australian babies...
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It was a battle of 'mass slaughter and mass grief', the first time Australians were confronted with 'the full force and horror of industrialised warfare.'

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

The Vice President of the United States, Joe Biden, says opportunities for Indigenous people should be expanded.
Climate change health group warns of heat stress and mental illness risks.
Former NRL star Joe Williams has called on Aboriginal and non-Indigenous people to speak up when they witness racist behaviour in the wake of two incidents during...
One of Australia’s most feared but largely unknown resistance fighters, Pemulwuy, could soon have his legacy taught in schools throughout New South Wales.
It was a battle of 'mass slaughter and mass grief', the first time Australians were confronted with 'the full force and horror of industrialised warfare.'
A two day summit on a potential referendum for Constitutional recognition has been taking place under the radar in Melbourne this week.
COMMENT | If Indigenous people encourage and support western society to embrace and experience what it means to be Indigenous and help them reconnect with their...
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NAIDOC Week 2016

NAIDOC Week 2016

All the newest news and knowledge, straight out of the NAIDOC 2016 celebrations.

The 2016 NAIDOC Awards hosted by Hannah Hollis and Luke Carroll is an opportunity to recognise our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, scholars,...
COMMENT | I believe that in order to facilitate change in the community, you have to be a part of the process, writes Dr Robert Isaacs.
An Olympian and two time A-League championship winner, Aboriginal soccer star Jade North has been kicking goals both on and off the field.
Bright young spark Elijah Douglas has been recognised for his hard work in the classroom and representing his home community of Doomadgee on a national and...
The Manymak Energy Efficiency Project has been empowering six remote communities to reduce electricity and water wastage by adopting new technologies and engaging...
Eighteen year old Montana Ah-Won has gone from strength to strength in her hospitality apprenticeship in Western Australia’s East Kimberley.
The first in her family to graduate high school, Layneisha Sgro has compiled an impressive list of academic achievements including the highest ATAR ever scored by...

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The best and most popular recent stories from NITV.

It was a battle of 'mass slaughter and mass grief', the first time Australians were confronted with 'the full force and horror of industrialised warfare.'
COMMENT | If Indigenous people encourage and support western society to embrace and experience what it means to be Indigenous and help them reconnect with their...
“Like Paleolithic people, when we enter the caves, we face our primal fears and are transformed and empowered by the experience. But unlike ancient humanity… we...
As a clan, the MacKenzie-Ellis kids are not your run-of-the-mill haggis-eating, kilt-wearing Scots. They are both Scottish and Aboriginal or, as their mother...
A quick introduction to all things NAIDOC Week.
New Labor member says controversial One Nation leader’s views are “unacceptable” but her party must be pragmatic in negotiations.
When the first Aboriginal Medical Service opened its doors in Redfern, Medicare did not yet exist and for many families living in the inner city it was the only...
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The 2016 NAIDOC Awards hosted by Hannah Hollis and Luke Carroll is an opportunity to recognise our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, scholars,...
Encouraging people to workout anywhere, Jeffery gives some tips on how to exercise in the office at home and in the park.

Watch Wurray On Demand

Wurray is a Dreamtime character. He is one of our "makers". He's a traveller with an open mind and an open heart to the land.
Director Ivan Sen and actor Aaron Pedersen talk to Stephen A. Russell about the anticipated 'Mystery Road' sequel, which opened the 2016 Sydney Film Festival on...
When modern scientists learn about the meteorological, astronomical and geographical knowledge that has been passed down in Aboriginal culture, they are often...
Can the re-imagining of Roots change the world all over again?

Watch 'Dark Science' On Demand

Five innovative short- form documentaries profiling the practice of Northern Territory based Indigenous scientists.

Songlines On Screen

Read about each sacred Songline captured in NITV's landmark series.

Wardbukkarra is the story of creation and the inevitable struggle between good and evil as told by the Bininj people from central western Arnhem Land.
'Songlines are a library of information. 'They are many things: a road map, a bible, our history.'
Bulunu Milkarri, one of our Songlines on Screen, is about one woman's journey to learn an endangered songline from remote Arnhem Land that explores cycles of...
The "Tjawa Tjawa" songline is about a group of women who came from around Roebourne in the Pilbara and travelled, in some cases underground, all the way through...
Goorrandalng: Brolga Dreaming, one of our Songlines on Screen, is a song and a story about women who went to the dreaming place where women can go to become...
Wardbukkarra, one of our Songlines on Screen, is the story of the creation of the first people of Western Arnhem Land, and the battle between good and evil...
Tjawa Tjawa, one of our Songlines on Screen, follows a group of women in search of their husbands.
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. 

Comment, Analysis & Personal Accounts

From unique Indigenous voices, you won't find comment, analysis & personal accounts like this anywhere else.

Not enough people are aware of the creative Indigenous institutions and Koori producer Merindah Donnelly is continuously trying to educate the wider society about...
COMMENT | Indigenous affairs is a highly crowded institutional space. With more than 80 programs in communities of 1000 people, the sheer ratio of programs to...
Marcia Langton sounds off on treaty talks and white organisations sucking up money in remote communities.
COMMENT | Listening to the story of the Queen on her 90th birthday I was suddenly struck with the realisation that her sense of belonging to Country struck a...

Election 2016: Ash Rose

CANDIDATE PROFILE | First Nations descendent from Bungaree, Ash Rose is "running to ensure our voice is heard and to get more of our people involved in the...
COMMENT | If Indigenous people encourage and support western society to embrace and experience what it means to be Indigenous and help them reconnect with their...
COMMENT | In any given election, Indigenous issues usually don’t get much air time from the nation media, despite there being so many crucial issues worth...
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Three major meetings have been held in the Torres Strait, Broome and this week in Melbourne. I attended the Melbourne meeting and if that is anything to go by,...
The Referendum Council have had their final leadership meeting and are now ready to talk with wider Australia
COMMENT | On the 9th of May people from the Aboriginal community, including myself, all went up to open a park which was dedicated to Truganini. Mr Stephen Walker...
The film ‘Yinyamarra Yambuwan’ which means ‘deep respect’ was shot completely in-language and on country. It won the Best Creative and Innovative Design category...
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Community rights campaigner to the first Aboriginal woman elected to the House of Representatives, Linda Burney now to take a set within the Labor shadow ministry.
A mural by artist Matt Adnate pays tribute to a pioneer of Aboriginal rights and the force behind the Tent Embassy. Now, the time-lapse video of the painting is...
NITV has put together a list of 20 trailblazing Indigenous women who have changed Australia.
‘Boyz N The Wood’ features the highs and lows of a pair of aspiring musicians in the Logan suburb of Woodridge, two years after the 'race riots' that made...
Almost half of pregnant Indigenous women smoke compared to one in eight in the non-Indigenous population. This means 7000 to 9000 Indigenous Australian babies...
'Shock em!' is a new book published by a group of young Northern Territory footballers in conjunction with the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, Epic Good...
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It was a battle of 'mass slaughter and mass grief', the first time Australians were confronted with 'the full force and horror of industrialised warfare.'
Climate change health group warns of heat stress and mental illness risks.
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