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One Nation leader Pauline Hanson’s motion has been narrowly defeated in the senate. Others condemned the language for its association with the white supremacist...
A vending machine at Auckland International Airport is being mocked after Māori locals called out an unfortunate translation.
A parliamentary committee is investigating Hawthorn Resources over its mining operations and allegations of intimidation and racial abuse.
How one Uluru statement recommendation - truth-telling - might work in the Australian context is being explored.
When someone takes their own life, what happens to the people they leave behind? That’s the question posed by Man with the Iron Neck.
Eric Avery is doing his best to bring Indigenous music and musicians front and centre.
OPINION | If Australia is looking to memorialise the black power movement, they could start with black people, writes Tarneen Onus-Williams.

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Social Justice Commissioner June Oscar says Australia needs to confront 'hard truths' on racism for the nation to move forward.
The public backlash intensifies over plans to advertise a horse race on the sails of the Sydney Opera House.
Tragically, this isn’t the first death in custody for the family of Murri man Shaun Coolwell. Three years after he died, his family don't know when the inquest...
As the gruelling two-month inquest continues, the family of Aboriginal man Wayne Fella Morrison want someone to be held accountable for his death.
The prime minister's Indigenous Advisory Council says any recommendations from special envoy Tony Abbott will go through them before being proposed to government.
Hundreds of Aboriginal women across the east coast have had access to culturally safe maternity care thanks to some dedicated midwives.
The award-winning exhibition Black Mist Burnt Country brings together over five decades of work to tell the story of British atomic testing in Australia.

 

 

 

 

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OPINION | Indigenous societies have lived sustainably for thousands of years, so can our sciences provide a more accurate and ethical algorithm that informs Artificial...
Billy Slater has to be freed to play in the NRL grand final, but even without him the Storm would win, says Over the Black Dot co-host, Owen Craigie.
OPINION: Archaeologists believe they've found HMB Endeavour, but we do not need to continue Cook's legacy to find a symbol for our nation, writes Eddie Synot.
OPINION: Vandals who stole plaques from the Stolen Generations memorial have the community coming together in the name of truth-telling, writes Karen Wyld.
The status of Aboriginal Australians doesn’t differ from that of the Berbers who have been given no such Acknowledgement, writes Berber woman Massilia Aili.
OPINION: The words spoken by Senator Fraser Anning in parliament during his maiden speech are deplorable, racist, white supremacist rubbish but let’s not feign...
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One Nation leader Pauline Hanson’s motion has been narrowly defeated in the senate. Others condemned the language for its association with the white supremacist...
A vending machine at Auckland International Airport is being mocked after Māori locals called out an unfortunate translation.
2018 Telstra NATSIAA finalist Elisa Jane Carmichael speaks to NITV about her entry piece and how she's using her art practice to maintain and celebrate her culture.
NITV celebrates the Telstra NATSIAA, a showcase of multi-disciplinary art and stories of Country from emerging artists from all around Australia. all around the...
NITV speaks with award-winning Yirrkala artist, Wakun Wanambi
Indigenous children in out-of-home care has increased at an exponential rate since Rudd's National Apology. Academic and author, Larissa Behrendt is bringing this...
Truth-telling documentary After the Apology questions what has really improved since the 2008 Kevin Rudd apology.
A parliamentary committee is investigating Hawthorn Resources over its mining operations and allegations of intimidation and racial abuse.
A Brisbane art project hopes to start a life-saving conversation by bringing together artists who suffer from mental illness.
When someone takes their own life, what happens to the people they leave behind? That’s the question posed by Man with the Iron Neck.
They're baaaack! Real-life series Family Rules will return to NITV for Season 2. Get ready to catch up with the loud and lovable Noongar women.
How one Uluru statement recommendation - truth-telling - might work in the Australian context is being explored.
OPINION | If Australia is looking to memorialise the black power movement, they could start with black people, writes Tarneen Onus-Williams.
The Queensland government appoints Mick Gooda to a new role to help improve housing outcomes for Indigenous Australians.
The boy’s lawyer said the Centralian Advocate implied he was a criminal and a delinquent.
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