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A group of First Nations people from around the country have gathered in Canberra to contest the constitutional convention held at Uluru last month.
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Claims of institutional bias and racism in child protection system.
Indigenous people do not perceive land in the form of property and title, they belong to the land and with that belonging comes a responsibility to protect the...
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Johnathan Thurston's Queensland State of Origin career is over after he was ruled out for the rest of the NRL season with a shoulder injury.
Today marks ten years exactly since the beginning of the Northern Territory Intervention, a $587 million Commonwealth government package that stripped Australia’s...
During reconciliation week there were celebrations and gatherings all across the country signifying and remembering the importance of the referendum, but at the...
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An Aboriginal custom is spreading like wildfire in Victoria.

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The Federal Government has admitted there were flaws in the process.
You can't go wrong with Mark Olive's easy to make classic Ceasar Salad. Watch Mark Olive and Derek Nannup cook On Country Kitchen every week and On Demand.
Local councils across the country are split over a fresh push to find a new date to mark Australia Day.
Today marks ten years exactly since the beginning of the Northern Territory Intervention, a $587 million Commonwealth government package that stripped Australia’s...
Ampilatwatja local, Mark Fordham, saw first hand how the Barkly Shire Council gutted employment prospects for Aboriginal locals. After he spoke up about the...
'Finders Keepers' explores the lives of five fascinating Australians and their personal collections, among those, Australia's first federal Indigenous...
Google and the Equal Justice Initiative partner up to create a site sharing stories about Lynching in the United States and the stories of the past will shock you.
Mayi Jilbamun (Food Journey)

Ngayu binalku Kuku Yalanji mayi jilbamun gudday.
Translation: This is our journey of food.

 

 

 

 

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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...

Sheep Cheese Frittata

Why not try Mark Olives Sheep Cheese Frittata. This recipe is quick, easy and tastes great!
Sparks fly as families come together for the Christmas dinner in Nakkiah Lui’s Black is the New White. Prudence Upton Huw Griffiths, University of Sydney
According to rugby league star, Sam Thaiday liking "dark girls" was a part of his "Jungle Fever phase". Reassessing what she thought she knew about romance,...
Read about Brittini Cameron's career trajectory as she secured a VET Cadet role with Transport for NSW, which gave her the stability and long-term prospects a new...
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Mark Olive's Caesar Salad

You can't go wrong with Mark Olive's easy to make classic Ceasar Salad. Watch Mark Olive and Derek Nannup cook On Country Kitchen every week and On Demand.
The federal government's controversial Intervention in remote Northern Territory Aboriginal communities has been a debacle, but it is time for mark 2, a prominent...
Today marks ten years exactly since the beginning of the Northern Territory Intervention, a $587 million Commonwealth government package that stripped Australia’s...
Every night, land rights activist Felipe Benitez and his wife wedge shut the doors and windows of their home and pray gunmen do not break in to kill the entire...
Josephine Crawshaw, the former CEO of an Aboriginal child protection peak body, has suggested the federal government needs to have greater involvement in...
The Federal Government has admitted there were flaws in the process.

Leila Gurruwiwi, 10 years on TV

Who was once a painfully shy 19-year-old, Leila Gurruwiwi is now one of Australia's favourite sports presenters. She reflects on her journey; a decades worth of...
Anmaterr woman, Patricia Morton-Thomas, speaks about death in Custody, racism and her experiences living with a BasicsCard under Income Management in the NT.
Local councils across the country are split over a fresh push to find a new date to mark Australia Day.
Child protection system is confused about the difference between poverty and actual neglect.
Indigenous leaders have berated the government and spoken out about the failures of the Northern Territory Intervention at an event in Sydney this week.
Former rugby league player Owen Craigie says Aboriginal athletes are born for the big stage and you’ll see plenty more to come as a result of events like this...
"This Invasion, not Intervention, is 'our fault' again. 'Not' the government’s fault. Some even said the invasion/Intervention is a 'good thing'."
June 21 marks 21 years since Canada's National Aboriginal Day, the annual celebration of the country’s First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples, first began.
On the 10th anniversary of the NT Intervention, NITV News speaks to Chris Graham, one of the journalists who unpacked the Lateline report that ‘sparked’ John...
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