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Community and Achievements
Achievements by the Australian First Peoples.
Musician Archie Roach will receive a prestigous award for his outstanding services to Australian music at next week's APRA Awards.
Preacher, writer and inventor, David Unaipon contributed to Australian society and broke many prejudice Indigenous stereotypes along the way.
SBS World News Radio: In a remote corner of the country, the oldest surviving Aboriginal football club faces some exceptional challenges yet, remarkably, it's not only surviving but thriving.
With 11 Indigenous footballers in the AFL Women's league, making up around 6 per cent of the total playing pool, we celebrate the deadly talent who have made it to the Grand Final.
Indigenous skater Harley Windsor, from Western Sydney, and his Moscow-born partner Katia scored a personal best for their free skate.
Living Black takes a look at Terri Janke, providing a rare insight into the mind and motivation behind this amazingly successful woman in both her work and personal life, including the major health cr...
After years of waiting, the Mutitjulu community of central Australia has obtained a town lease agreement which allows the community to have more say in it's own affairs and plan for its economic futur...
Health and Wellbeing
A Sydney-based yoga organisation is fusing Indian and Indigenous yoga traditions, incorporating the spirit of Aboriginal Australia into the ancient practice.
Senior Aboriginal clinician and researcher, Professor Ngiare Brown has established a Not For Profit organisation 'Ngaoara' to help end the high rates of poor health, community violence and incarcerat...
A mobile eye clinic, designed to stamp out avoidable blindness in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, is changing lives on Palm Island.
Carolyn Tate decided to give her anxiety a name, and in the process stumbled upon a way to feel a whole lot better.
LGBTI advocates say the defunding of an Indigenous sexual health program in Queensland could have a tragic impact on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
Culture and Identity
Throughout history, heroic icons such as cowboys, goldminers and valiant ANZAC troops have all been depicted as white, but our origin stories are far more diverse, writes Neha Kale.
For 50,000 years, Australia’s First Peoples have traveled long distances using star maps in the night sky. But how do these Aboriginal dreaming tracks work, and why do we call their oral transmissio...
The Chefs' Line
As a chef and TV host, Mark Olive works in two of the most ego-driven industries out there, but this humble Bundjalung man is hungry for food, not fame.
The enjoyment of oysters in Australia reaches back for thousands of years.
Now in it's 32nd year, Barunga Festival, an immersive cultural event showcasing music, dance, sport and traditional art is once again offering a great line up of artists and opportunity to connect, en...
What it means to be Australian in the 21st century.
Survival Day? Australia Day? Invasion Day? Feeling confused yet? We explain the history and meaning behind these different nomenclatures for January 26.
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