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In an effort to reduce suicide rates, the R U OK organisation have been travelling across the country over the past month to spread their message of asking RU OK? - a...
Study highlights the need for greater understanding of the needs of the disabled in the criminal justice system.
Being screamed at on the streets, chased on their motorbikes and told to ‘f**k off’ are just some of the things these locals experience as young people living in...
Australia's very first Indigenous parliamentarian, Neville Bonner, tells of the many lonely nights he spent in Canberra in a new exhibition.
Clinton Pryor is the man walking for justice and he has arrived in Sydney's suburb of Redfern to meet, greet and empower Aboriginal Australians in a fight for...
Traditional Owners shared an emotional ceremony in honour of Dr G Yunupingu with leaders of the country as the 19th Garma Festival officially opened.
I’m wedged in the back seat of a taxi between Declan Kelly, drummer for Bernard Fanning, and acclaimed music producer Jan Skubiszewski. Dan Sultan is in the...

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There has been mixed reaction to the handing down of the now-disbanded Referendum Council’s final report on Monday.
In a community often associated with crime and dysfunction, a social media project profiling the characters of Yarrabah is promoting pride and positivity.
Highly respected Gungganji Gurugulu and Yidindji Gimuy woman Elverina Johnson is the 2017 NAIDOC Artist of the Year.
When Gwenneth Yeatman lost her brother to suicide, she could've despaired, but instead, she decided to start something positive.
Many young men dream of a career on the footy field, but George Sailor wants to be the one holding the whistle.
A few hundred people attended the official opening and flag raising ceremony at Fogerty Park on the Esplanade, to mark the start of the week celebrating...
A record crowd turned out for the 35th Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival over the weekend.
During reconciliation week there were celebrations and gatherings all across the country signifying and remembering the importance of the referendum, but at the...
Today marks ten years exactly since the beginning of the Northern Territory Intervention, a $587 million Commonwealth government package that stripped Australia’s...
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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Linda Burney made history when she became the first Aboriginal woman to enter the House of Representatives in 2016, but behind the confident Wiradjuri woman is a...
Marking its 60th anniversary this year, the 1957 strike is remembered as one of the most significant events in Palm Island's history.
She plays NRL and Rugby Union, but that's just the beginning for this 23-year-old star.
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