Advertisement
Newly added
Opinion: We’re addicted to true crime stories, but are we prepared to demand justice when it comes to Aboriginal murder victims?
Gardening and barista work: Aboriginal kids in remote communities are improving their literacy and numeracy skills with unique entreprenurial projects.
He's one of the most famous unknown guitarists in the world.
The art of fermentation is being slowly revived, this time round with the humble grape. Meet the Aboriginal winemakers who are combining their passion with...
A gay Māori man has popped the question to his Aboriginal Australian partner during an interview on Māori TV.
Wiradjuri and Wailwan lawyer Teela Reid has accused the Prime Minister of disrespecting First Nations people and undermining the democratic process by rejecting...
Video shows Indigenous teenager being repeatedly hit after being followed.

Top Stories From Across The Country

All the latest news and stories from NITV, including news, sport, programs and features.

Barbara and the Camp Dogs shines at the Belvoir theatre while providing a voice to Indigenous Australians.
One of Australia's high profile Indigenous singers is helping Northern Territory communities pass on knowledge to children through music to keep culture alive.
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)’s Nobel Peace Prize win is taking the plight of those affected by the British government’s Maralinga...
While historians of astronomy will say variable stars were discovered by Western scientists, oral tradition within Aboriginal communities show that this is not...
SATIRE | Wondering why we need visiting foreign white alt-rights when we have our very own?
Journalist and producer Julie Nimmo says, when telling stories, sometimes despair can be the only appropriate response.
Administrative Violence starts out with paperwork and can end up with a removed child. Associate Professor, Tess Lea explores just how common this practice is in...

NITV Summer Stories

NITV brings you the latest health news from across the country and the world as well as tips and information to help you improve your health and wellbeing this summer.

Indigenous Australian's share Ghost Stories.
Winter has arrived, and so has Mark Olive's Smoked Beef and Vegetables recipe, which is the perfect answer to make boring meat and three veg not so boring.
Fresh, colourful and uses native ingredients, this summer salad is as festive as the holiday season.
Yundu yalada, ngayu budi Jingirdba-Wanuginbi Kuku Yalanji, Julay warra, Kubirri warra bama. Ngayu binalku Kuku Yalanji mayi jilbamun gudday.
COMMENT | Self-confidence and leadership skills are two major outcomes of a fitness regime and these benefits can change communities for the better, writes...

 

 

 

 

NITV Radio

Listen to

Unfortunately the SBS Radio Player is unavailable on this device. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Comment, Community & Achievement

Celebrating diversity and learning from inspiring groups and individuals across our nations

From surfing to skating and even strumming guitars - these Indigenous artists are putting their prints on their passions and making their hobbies a little more colourful.
We say “Black Lives Matter” but shit, the fact that matter is, we just Black matter to them, this shit keep happening.
NITV Channel Manager Tanya Orman-Denning holds the floor of The Long Walk Women's Luncheon in Melbourne with a powerful and emotive speech.
Aboriginal Discovery Rangers play a vital role in ensuring culture is practiced and maintained. Now in a state first, Indigenous Rangers have the opportunity to...
Indigenous scientists understand that resilience and sustainability go hand-in-hand and in order to create a sustainable ecosystem, you have to understand the...
Torres Strait Islander artist and dancer, Sani Ray Townson has been passionately vocal about the impact the plebiscite decision has had on him personally as an...
Multimedia artist Lisa Reihana reclaims the imperial history of Europeans' voyages to the Pacific at the 57th Venice Biennale in Italy.
For the Kids!

Jarjums is the NITV programming dedicated to children catering to all kids and kids at heart we have fun and educational Indigenous and First Nations content from Australia and around the world. 

Advertisement

Latest news & features

Newly added
Opinion: We’re addicted to true crime stories, but are we prepared to demand justice when it comes to Aboriginal murder victims?
Made with plenty of native ingredients, these Christmas mince pies are a welcome surprise on the European classic.
For five minutes men from Bathurst Correctional Complex were able to connect to their cultural roots through song and dance.
He's one of the most famous unknown guitarists in the world.
Pop star Jessica Mauboy talks acting, music, and growing up in a musical family with Living Black's Karla Grant.
The art of fermentation is being slowly revived, this time round with the humble grape. Meet the Aboriginal winemakers who are combining their passion with...
Gardening and barista work: Aboriginal kids in remote communities are improving their literacy and numeracy skills with unique entreprenurial projects.
A gay Māori man has popped the question to his Aboriginal Australian partner during an interview on Māori TV.
The decision to implement controversial basics card was not a community decision that represents the regions’ diverse interests or population.
Barbara and the Camp Dogs shines at the Belvoir theatre while providing a voice to Indigenous Australians.
Video shows Indigenous teenager being repeatedly hit after being followed.
No matter what you're doing in Australia today - make sure you know that know it's on Aboriginal land ... and *what* Aboriginal land.
Australia does not have enough psychologists that are Indigenous or trained properly to assist Indigenous people and the unique trauma that Aboriginal people deal...
We'd love to hear from you. Send us a pitch by email.
NAIDOC week looks to highlight the contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women across family, community and society.
Advertisement