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It's an honour to receive something so big, and to be recognised as well, writes Yvonne Koolmatrie of her Red Ochre Award win as part of this year's Australia Council...
One woman's honest and revealing account of her cancer journey, paves the way for others to share their stories.
Labor has chosen the former NITV senior reporter and NT minister to take the seat vacated by Nova Peris in the July 2 Federal Election.

Election 2016: Jacqui Lambie

CANDIDATE PROFILE | For the Independent JLN Network candidate for Tasmania, dedicated Indigenous seats in parliament is the most effective means to achieve better...
Sara Darney is on a ten-day tour of India with the first National Indigenous Women's Cricket team. She spoke to NITV's Natalie Ahmat about her experiences.

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AFL embraces the recommendations of the AFL Indigenous Advisory Council.
WEEK 3 | Over $300 million has been promised for Indigenous affairs by the major parties today.
Coalition Ministers pay a visit to Sydney's Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience and drop $5.75 million to help students stay in school.
Malcolm Turnbull says referendum and gay marriage plebiscite can both happen next year.
Almost 20 years after the Bringing Them Home Report, Indigenous kids are still nine times more likely to be in out-of-home-care. Now there are calls for an...
Samara Williams is on a ten-day tour of India with the first National Indigenous Women's Cricket team. She answers five questions for NITV.
An emotional Nova Peris goes out swinging.
A first game loss is all part of achieving milestones for the first women's rugby league team in Woorabinda.
On a Sky News panel discussing the Senator's announcement on Tuesday night, Andrew Bolt labeled Nova Peris a 'disgrace' for not contesting her seat in the...
The Labor senator announces her exit from politics amid speculation that she will take a job with the AFL.
High-level delegation visits the town of Aurukun to talk solutions after another violent incident over the weekend.
Congress removes the last uses of 'Negro' and 'Oriental' from federal statutes.
The inaugural National Indigenous Women's Cricket team kick-off their 10-day tour of India.
An online survey shows almost three quarters of Australians support constitutional recognition. But does that reflect the sentiment among the Indigenous community?
COMMENT | This is the speech that Jackie Huggins from the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples delivered to the United Nations Permanent Forum on...

Comment, Analysis & Personal Accounts

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

COMMENT | 2017 may be the year we might finally see justice for the Bowraville families and victims, writes David Shoebridge.
As part of SBS's DNA Nation, Ernie Dingo (accompanied by fellow travellers Julia Zemiro and Ian Thorpe) took off on an epic journey of genetic travel to find out...
COMMENT | 'Why should I say sorry?' exists in this country as a constant groan, a low roar that reaches its crescendo every year on the 26th May, otherwise known...
Australia is being held back by its unresolved relationship with its Indigenous population. Drawing on attempts at reconciliation overseas, this series of...
COMMENT | As we are about to mark the 18th National Sorry Day and the eigth since the National Apology was delivered by former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, I can’t...
COMMENT | It may not ever appear on Wikipedia, or even be an obscure trivia night question, but I was honoured to have played a small part in a little bit of...
COMMENT | DNA testing may be used to prove Aboriginal descent, but there are important cautions in using this technology, writes Gregory Phillips.
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