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In 2016, NITV embarked on a bold new strategy: placing news and current affairs at the heart of its schedule, in order to lead the news agenda from an Indigenous...
Merryn and Glen were taken as children of the Stolen Generation. Now, they’re healing their hearts together, by tying the knot.
NITV spent a night at the Murri Watch diversionary centre, a place for Brisbane's most vulnerable people to stay, sober up or just have a chat over a cup of tea.
A mural that honours five prominent Indigenous human rights activists located in Sydney's famous Bondi Beach has sparked a wave of controversy.
A small primary school in Perth is using the oldest stories from the Noongar people to teach year 2 students the wonders of the Universe.
A new online learning tool could be a game-changer for health professionals dealing with patients suffering from Machado Joseph Disease.
One man's quest to discover his Indigenous heritage has triggered a grand revitalisation project led by UTS Design academics in two rural New South Wales...

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NITV has asked leaders from Indigenous media around the world, for their take on Trump's electoral victory.
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Jody Wilson-Raybould is the Canadian Minister of Justice and Attorney General. She's also a First Nations woman, and the first Aboriginal person to serve in those...
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A team of archaeologists have uncovered a rock shelter in the Flinders Ranges with the earliest evidence of Aboriginal settlement in inland Australia.
“'Blacks down the back', that’s the words they’d use to you,” David Japaljarri Dixon says as he reflects on his six years behind bars in the Northern Territory.
Aboriginal NGO’s in the Northern Territory have welcomed a report that recommended a complete overhaul of the Territory Corrections system to address a ...
“It’s really inspiring to be recognised for the work I’m doing and the work I’ve been doing for a few years.” ...
"Treaty is not a house of cards to collapse the modern nation, it would erect, for the first time, a just foundation." Treaties, land rights and constitutional...
Clinton Pryor makes his own path through the ancient landscape one step at a time. As he reaches 1000 kilometres into his journey to Canberra, the Noongar man...
Sixty First Nations youth from across the country gathered in Sydney to share their knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures at the inaugural...
Wundurra Services was set-up 17 years ago as a refuge for some of Australia’s most vulnerable: Aboriginal children in out-of-home-care.
Recent recommendations from the Productivity Commission to privatise key health care services have reignited the debate around privatisation and how it directly...

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