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NITV News

Catch up on the latest from Australia's only dedicated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander news service.

A report showing the gap between public opinion and audience attendance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts has revealed surprising results. ...
During the week, there was a breakthrough in the long running saga over the construction of social housing on the Block in Sydney's Redfern. ...
A 67-year-old patient and Gumbaynggirr-Dunghutti Elder told NITV News she was thrown out of her bed at Wollongong Hospital in the early hours of the morning this...
Environmentalists have welcomed a decision by the National Australia Bank not to take part in financing the controversial Carmichael coal mine project. It is the...
A major new art exhibition is bringing some of the rising female stars of of the Central desert to Sydney. NITV got a sneak peak of 'The Streets of Papunya'...
On this National Indigenous Literacy Day, students from a Northern Territory community travelled to Sydney for the first time, with an amazing story to tell. Up...
The Stolen Generations advocate who renounced her Australian Citizenship back in 2010 is fighting to establish a consulate for members of the Stolen Generation.

Comment, Analysis & Personal Accounts

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

'Malo is a spiritual God of Murray Island, teter moki moki, you cannot trespass on somebody else’s land, and in the Miriam language tag moki moki, you cannot steal or...
Catherine Liddle's chilling account of seeing four figures, 'long and lean and watching', begs the question - do we need more awareness about the rifle times and...
In the city of black swans, will the PM have the courage of his convictions to achieve the long sought after swan dive of constitutional equality? Or will our...
The Prime Minister has been visiting far north Queensland to talk about Constitutional change, attend a military ceremony and take questions about air strikes in...
I'll never forget the day my Grandfather told me that he was dying.
If you've been following the Constitutional recognition debate, you will undoubtedly have come across an Indigenous 'leader' - but it is usually a position...
As Australian women continue to be significantly under-represented in State and Territory parliaments (and Indigenous women are totally under-represented), our...
Lawyers for the Northern Territory Government have told Australia's highest court that its controversial paperless arrest laws do not undermine the power of the...
The Aboriginal Housing Company said Tuesday it signed a compromise deal over low-income housing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples at the Block in...
Redfern is celebrating after its team the All Blacks scored its first premiership win in 28 years in the Sydney Combined Competition.
Anti-nuclear protesters have come together for the fifth consecutive Walkajurra Walkabout to oppose energy company's Toro Energy uranium mining project.
Locals around Cape York and the Torres Strait Islands say Tony Abbott did a pretty good job of ticking all the right boxes during his trip north last week. But...
A campaign is using tattoos in its effort to eliminate the spread of a potentially deadly skin infection, scabies, which can impact on the life expectancy of...
The power and energy company that has divided the community of Wiluna with it's planned uranium mine has offered anti-nuclear protesters and Greens senators Scott...
Liberal Party Backbencker Ian Goodenough has called for migrants to be recognised in the Constitution alongside any changes made to acknowledge Indigenous people....
'Malo is a spiritual God of Murray Island, teter moki moki, you cannot trespass on somebody else’s land, and in the Miriam language tag moki moki, you cannot...
In a legal test case, the Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister, Nigel Scullion, is being challenged for revoking a $10 million funding grant.
The Prime Minister is continuing his tour of Indigenous communities in the north of the country.
The Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy is back in court on Thursday, maybe for the last time as the NSW Supreme Court decides on a time for the Embassy to be...
The NSW Greens is calling all levels of government to step up and ensure Aboriginal housing is funded on The Block in Redfern, Sydney.
After more than 15 months of fighting against the development, Wiradjuri elder, and one of the founders of the Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Aunty Jenny Munro...
Tony Abbott has paid tribute to land rights campaigner Eddie Mabo - becoming the first prime minister to visit his gravesite, on Mer Island in Torres Strait.