Living Black

Australia's premier Indigenous current affairs program, Living Black provides timely, intelligent and comprehensive coverage of the issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

Twelve years since the Palm Island riot led to police raids and an emergency situation declared, Living Black's Laura Murphy-Oates revisits the community to explore...
Inawintji's Story - Inawintji Williamson is an Anangu woman from the APY lands who suffers from Renal Disease. She has been forced to move from her remote...
What's it like to change your gender when your culture is divided into men's business and women's business? Living Black's Laura Murphy-Oates reports.
Vinka Barunga is a proud Worora woman, determined to be the first Aboriginal doctor in her community – but definitely not the last.
On the 19th of February, severe Tropical Cyclone Lam hit remote Indigenous communities across the north coast of Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory.
One Indigenous digger's service in World War II inspired generations of his family, writes Living Black's Laura Murphy-Oates.
As people in Western Australia struggle for more information about plans to close up to 150 remote communities across the state, Living Black reporter Craig...

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NITV Mon 06/04/15 - 5:30pm
This Living Black special visits four communities hit by Cyclone...
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About the show

Living Black reports from some of the most remote areas of Australia, delivering hard hitting news and current affairs stories impacting on communities. The team will chase the stories rarely covered by mainstream media and unearth the issues which local people face on a daily basis.

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