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Down a side alley at Fitzroy’s thriving social enterprise restaurant, Charcoal Lane - a new street art installation by Gunnai Waradgerie man, Robert Young is...
Life in WA's remote Aboriginal communities was presented as a horrific dystopia throughout the inquest into suicides of 13 young Indigenous people.
Betty Kunitwa Pumani has used her artistic talents to showcase her hometown of Antara and score the 2017 Wynne Prize.
Rallies calling for justice for Elijah continue, as activists say Kalgoorlie could become "ground zero" for a new campaign around Aboriginal justice issues.
Iconic Australian singer Dr G Yunupingu has died in a Darwin hospital at age 46. For cultural reasons his full name and images of the late artist are not being...
Indigenous coalition of communities have reacted with anger after shocking revelations that top bureaucrat was sharing information with irrigation lobbyists.
The 2017 Cairns Indigenous Art Fair art awards were announced at the closing ceremony of the annual celebration of Indigenous creativity in Far North Queensland...

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Living in a world where you can't read or write means living in a world of little opportunity.
Plans to provide more resources after Teenager's death, with Kalgoorlie Indigenous community saying they are not being heard.
It took less than a week for Indigenous Man, Eric James Whittaker to die in prison. Today, his family and friends marched to NSW Parliament House demanding reform.
A 17-year-old Aboriginal boy was found dead at Broome's football oval on a night he had been spoken to by police who say they did not know he told other police...
Days after announcing he would stand in the Alice Springs council elections, Indigenous man Dylan Voller has pulled out, citing his "mental health".
The Australian Law Reform Commission has recommended that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people work off their fines, rather than do time for them.
Cinematography wasn't a natural gift for internationally acclaimed filmmaker, Warwick Thornton. But storytelling has always run in the Kaytej man's blood.
The Life Code: A Sky Full Of Secrets

The way our ancestors passed on knowledge was through a very sophisticated code and the Yalanji word for this is Ngujakura; our Lore and it’s The Life Code of the world that we live in.

You Are Here

NITV invites Australians to find their bearings with You Are Here, a series of powerful documentaries premiering from Sunday 23 July at 8.30pm on NITV and SBS.

Do you really know Australia’s story?
'In My Own Words' follows the journey of adult Aboriginal students and their teachers, as for the first time in their lives, they discover the transformative...
Cinematography wasn't a natural gift for internationally acclaimed filmmaker, Warwick Thornton. But storytelling has always run in the Kaytej man's blood.
For the next four weeks, NITV and SBS shine a light on the Indigenous population’s sense of place in our nation.

 

 

 

 

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Are Southern Cross tattoos the footprints of Generation Y? Which raises the question... why?
Yuggera Elder, Aunty Faye Carr, is finally getting back after a lifetime of giving.
The focus of NAIDOC 2017 is the importance of Languages. Mount Magnet Elder Ollie George is one of the last people living that can speak Badimia and he's talked...
Appearing on The Marngrook Footy Show’s 10th anniversary special, former Essendon player Nathan Lovett-Murray says the effect the AFL club’s doping scandal has...

Lemon Myrtle Ice Tea

Follow renowned Indigenous chef, Mark Olive and comedian Derek Nannup as they create delicious dishes in the Western Australian countryside.
'In My Own Words' follows the journey of adult Aboriginal students and their teachers, as for the first time in their lives, they discover the transformative...
The annual Sydney Film Festival kicks off tonight and this year First Nation filmmakers from Australia and around the world intimately share their stories and...
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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. 

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Down a side alley at Fitzroy’s thriving social enterprise restaurant, Charcoal Lane - a new street art installation by Gunnai Waradgerie man, Robert Young is...
Betty Kunitwa Pumani has used her artistic talents to showcase her hometown of Antara and score the 2017 Wynne Prize.
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Life in WA's remote Aboriginal communities was presented as a horrific dystopia throughout the inquest into suicides of 13 young Indigenous people.
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