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The Budget is dense. We’ve sifted through hundreds of pages of Budget documents to find out what it means for Indigenous people.
People might associate Parramatta and eels with the name of a Sydney rugby league team, but the two go back much further than that.
Australian actor Luke Carroll reflects on Indigenous star David Page as a man of great love and generosity, and who inspired emerging artists to blossom.
The former chairperson of the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) expresses concerns that the conditions of a $65 million loan from the federal government to the...
“This country holds our story forever like an archive. Travelling through country, the songs reveal themselves. They are embedded in country.” - Francis...
Indigenous leader Pat Dodson has been sworn into the Senate, donning his famous Akubra hat.
Indigenous studies professor and co-editor of the book 'It’s Our Country', Marcia Langton, casts doubt over the likelihood of a successful vote for Indigenous...
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Malcolm Turnbull makes a surprise visit and announcement at the National IDX Summit.
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TRIBUTE: NITV staff and Channel Manager Tanya Orman are deeply saddened by the death of Nunukal and Munaldjali man of the Yugambeh tribe from SE Queensland, David Page.
Humans were living in Australia longer than archaeologists previously believed, The Australian revealed on Saturday.
How s*** is it when share house squatters won't contribute to rent, bond or sign a lease? How much of fail was the KONY 2012 campaign? Youth worker and campaigner...
The Frontier Wars was the bloodiest conflict on Australian soil. We look at five of the warriors who fought for their people and their land against colonial forces.
COMMENT | The Treaty vs Recognition debate is an interesting one, although it probably still hasn’t received the attention and scrutiny that it deserves, says...
Key Aboriginal groups say they weren’t consulted over Minister Greg Hunt's decision to deny an emergency stop work order on the Sydney light rail where more than...
Leichhardt Oval will host over 100 teams from across Australia in this year's NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout carnival in October.
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Short films focusing on women created by nationally renowned multi-media artists and curators, Genevieve Grieves and Amanda Reynolds, are set to enrich Barangaroo.
The annual National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMA) has kicked off its 2016 program.
Traditional medicine could play a role in helping the government close the health gap between Indigenous and other Australians.
Artist Paul McCann has chosen to reflect the 'land and earth of the Northern Territory' in his creation for the Weet-Bix/Reach Out initiative.
Indigenous actors Aaron Pedersen, David Gulpilil and Aaron Fa'Aoso star in the thrilling sequel to 'Mystery Road'.
Jalen Sutcliffe had never done stand-up comedy before entering Deadly Funny, but it didn't stop the 19-year-old taking out the national grand final at the...
The works of Kaiadilt artist Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori will feature in a new exhibition this year. NITV revisits the remarkable story of an artist...
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COMMENT | The Treaty vs Recognition debate is an interesting one, although it probably still hasn’t received the attention and scrutiny that it deserves, says Luke...
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TRIBUTE | He (Tiga Bayles) told me that black journalism is just an extension of hunting and gathering. Spear the truth in the heart!, writes Danny Teece-Johnson.
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The Budget is dense. We’ve sifted through hundreds of pages of Budget documents to find out what it means for Indigenous people.
The meeting places of Gamilaroi country, Manilla, Barraba, Bendemeer and Burrabeedee are all represented in the latest work of international Koori artist Darren...
Experts in Indigenous health are in favour of the tobacco excise hike in the 2016 budget, but whether it will work in remote Indigenous communities remains to be...
Justice may have finally being served for last year's recipient of the Goldman Environmental Prize for her efforts to prevent the construction of a dam that...
20 years after Nova Peris won gold with the Hockeyroos in Atlanta, Australians will be cheering for a different Peris on the pitch in Rio.
COMMENT | Decisions on how and where money is to be spent to better the lives of Indigenous people needs to have their voices involved at all levels, writes...
Australian actor Luke Carroll reflects on Indigenous star David Page as a man of great love and generosity, and who inspired emerging artists to blossom.
People might associate Parramatta and eels with the name of a Sydney rugby league team, but the two go back much further than that.
COMMENT | Decisions on how and where money is to be spent to better the lives of Indigenous people needs to have their voices involved at all levels, writes...
The former chairperson of the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) expresses concerns that the conditions of a $65 million loan from the federal government to the...
NITV are celebrating identity all this month, by featuring stories the people behind the scenes - the ones who make our channel so special. ...
Broken Hill Police are continuing to search for Christine Young, 40, who has been missing for 10 days.
Indigenous leader Pat Dodson has been sworn into the Senate, donning his famous Akubra hat.
Indigenous studies professor and co-editor of the book 'It’s Our Country', Marcia Langton, casts doubt over the likelihood of a successful vote for Indigenous...
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