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

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The release of the State of Reconciliation report in Canberra has sparked conversations about treaties with First Nations.
Traditional healers from South Australia bring their centuries-old practice to a clinic in Sydney’s inner west.
Martin Jeffrey is one of many young cricketers descending on the Red Centre for Australia's largest Indigenous cricket carnival.
Beyoncé was the star of the half-time show with her Michael Jackson inspired wardrobe and message for social change.
Dealing with racial oppression and portraying murderous violence, the cult Australia film has its share of fans and critics. What is it about 'The Chant of Jimmie...
'When will our society become equal?', wonders actor Ningali Lawford-Wolf who resorted to the aid of non-Indigenous people to get her in a taxi last Saturday.
Richard Barba is in Canberra taking part in the Heywire Regional Youth Summit, where young people from across Australia brainstorm ideas, and develop action plans...

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The best and most popular recent stories from NITV.

Richard Barba is in Canberra taking part in the Heywire Regional Youth Summit, where young people from across Australia brainstorm ideas, and develop action plans to...
A group of teachers, students and parents slam the government’s Gonski cuts, and take to Canberra to ensure that the positive outcomes like that of Shakeela...
A change of legislation will allow Indigenous artists to benefit from the sale of the work they create while in prison.
Indigenous playwright braces herself to become the butt of her own jokes when Black Comedy relaunches on Australian television tonight.
Joe Williams, the 2016 Wagga Citizen of the Year, on his decision to remain seated during the singing of the national anthem on Australia Day.
Artist Aaron Tyler has changed the face of our national currency to represent modern Australian icons.
Google has once again used the 'Stolen Dreamtime' artwork by last year's competition winner, schoolgirl Ineka Voigt, as it’s January 26 logo. What was your first...

Comment, Analysis & Personal Accounts

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

COMMENT | In 2008 the Northern Territory Parliament was the first Australian parliament to make the reporting of Domestic Violence mandatory. The life of one woman...
COMMENT | In the wake of yet another blackface controversy, professional boxer Joe Williams and US pro tennis player Lendale Johnson say these kinds of stunts and...
If Australia becomes a republic, our nation will have the opportunity to address Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people's sovereignty in a concrete way and...
Sydney’s recent Invasion Day protest march marked a turning point in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander activism, with a new generation of young people leading...
How did Tony Abbott and his knighthood incident, trump Julia Gillard and Nova Peris? NITV's Malarndirri McCarthy takes aim at the Macquarie Dictionary's word of...
Google has once again used the 'Stolen Dreamtime' artwork by last year's competition winner, schoolgirl Ineka Voigt, as it’s January 26 logo. What was your first...
Professional dancer and Bundulung and Ngapuhi woman, Amrita Hepi addresses Australia’s treatment of Indigenous people and refugees through the analogy of a lousy...
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. 

Kriol Kitchen Season 3

Kriol Kitchen makes the connection between cuisine and Australian history, showing just how fragrant Australia is with diversity and culture.

Kriol Kitchen Season 3 makes the connection between cuisine and Australian history, showing just how fragrant Australia is with diversity and culture.
In this episode of Kriol Kitchen, Helani Doolah gives us an insight into the delicious cooking from the Torres Strait.Drawing back to her grandmother and other...
Drawing on her multicultural heritage Patty cooks up two exotic dishes of her own making using ingredients from her local Chinese general store in Broome and...
Neville Poelina will show us how to make two delicious dishes with duck and bush turkey – making the most out of his outdoor forty four gallon homemade bush oven....
In this episode Denise Macale with the help of Mitch and Ali turn the humble bush turkey into a delicious stew using basic vegetables and Asian sauces to...

Ox tail stew and vegetable bake

In this episode Marie draws on the Kimberley history of station and mission days.  Marie shares with us a family recipe that takes us back to a simpler time,...
Everyone has a stew they can brag about.  In this episode Bo Carne shares his Nana’s version of the good old billabong stew – in this case his family calls...
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Latest news & features

Newly added
The release of the State of Reconciliation report in Canberra has sparked conversations about treaties with First Nations.
Traditional healers from South Australia bring their centuries-old practice to a clinic in Sydney’s inner west.
Martin Jeffrey is one of many young cricketers descending on the Red Centre for Australia's largest Indigenous cricket carnival.
Beyoncé was the star of the half-time show with her Michael Jackson inspired wardrobe and message for social change.
Dealing with racial oppression and portraying murderous violence, the cult Australia film has its share of fans and critics. What is it about 'The Chant of Jimmie...
Respect lies at the heart of solving the deep, unresolved tensions in this country, writes Stan Grant.
Richard Barba is in Canberra taking part in the Heywire Regional Youth Summit, where young people from across Australia brainstorm ideas, and develop action plans...
'When will our society become equal?', wonders actor Ningali Lawford-Wolf who resorted to the aid of non-Indigenous people to get her in a taxi last Saturday.
Let's focus on justice reinvestment targets over prison-performance targets to get Indigenous kids out of prison, says Aboriginal Legal Service CEO Gary Oliver.
COMMENT | In the wake of yet another blackface controversy, professional boxer Joe Williams and US pro tennis player Lendale Johnson say these kinds of stunts and...
COMMENT | In 2008 the Northern Territory Parliament was the first Australian parliament to make the reporting of Domestic Violence mandatory. The life of one...
Traditional owners of a sacred site in the Hunter are pleading with the NSW State Government for its protection.
17-year-old Nerissa Narburup is one of the 45 young people from across Australia in Canberra for the Heywire Regional Youth Summit.
Hit Australian musical drama, 'The Sapphires', is to be given a new polish as an animated series.
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