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Research suggests that as many as 50 per cent of new teachers leave the profession within the first five years. Numbers in remote and regional communities can be even...
After almost four years in the Upper House, controversial Senator Jacqui Lambie has secured her position in the Parliament. Today, she is part of the group of...
The Federal Opposition has attacked the Turnbull government over its failure to provide an update on its plan to transform the Top End into an economic powerhouse.
Greens MP and Aboriginal Justice spokesperson, David Shoebridge, has put the New South Wales and Federal Government on notice. Speaking in Parliament today, he...
History was made when the New South Wales Government passed the nation's first Aboriginal languages legislation.
Countless First Nations men and women have served our country in wars. But unlike non-Indigenous soldiers, their battle continued when they returned home. They...
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), this year’s Noble Peace prize winner, has worked extensively with First Nations survivors of nuclear...

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Opposition Leader sees road to treaties through constitutional recognition.
The Constitutional recognition forum has kicked off at Uluru with 250 Aboriginal delegates coming together to discuss the best way forward.
A woman's body is found on a river bank and a young Aboriginal man is convicted of her murder. For 25 years, he's been behind bars, and for 25 years, he's...
The bilby is one of the most critically endangered native animals in Australia their numbers have dramatically reduced since European settlement now the finally...
The Point spoke with lawyer, human rights advocate and prisoner rights campaigner Martin Hodgson who is supporting Goreng Goreng man Kevin Henry who was...
The federal budget has been handed down in Parliament House with the government promising a fair and practical plan forward that makes the right choices for hard...
Peak Indigenous groups have responded to the federal budget, saying its new measures are out of touch and fail to reach real solutions for Indigenous Australians.
The Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network have left a candlelit message for the Turnbull government as they head back to Parliament this week to deliver the...
This group of Indigeonus surfers hope to use their sport for a good cause.
It had all the traits of a typical rags to riches story: a poet living out of a caravan wins one of the world's wealthiest literary awards. But behind the...
Artist Robert Andrew set out to find the truth about his Aboriginal ancestry, but what he uncovered was a dark chapter of Australia's past.
With the new federal budget being announced next week, NITV News has asked the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples CEO, Gary Oliver, his views on the...
Several people, including members of the Stolen Generation, have gathered at the Sydney Opera House to launch commemorations for the 20th anniversary of the...
When the Noongar people took legal action against the South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council and the WA Government, they perhaps didn’t envisage the...
A youth detainee-turned military man, Colin Rogan is using his experiences to start a business and steer young people in the right direction.

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