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He is the hard-nosed Home Affairs minister known for “stopping the boats” and now Peter Dutton has put his political future on the line challenging the Prime...
Both community ballots were scheduled to open today, with the legal challenge to the Kimba vote enough for the Hawker vote to be similarly postponed.
A handful of Wangan and Jagalingou (W&J) Traditional Owners are set to appeal after their bid to invalidate Adani's Indigenous Land Use Agreement with the W&J...
National bravery awards have been announced for two Aboriginal men who rescued 68 people from the flooded NSW town of Gundagai in 1852.
The federal government says there is no Indigenous affairs funding available for Labor's proposed compensation scheme.
The new lawsuit alleges the territory government continues to breach its duties to young detainees.
The shooting has been condemned as 'excessive force' by Indigenous rights campaigner Mervyn Eades.

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

Aunty Geraldine Atkinson has shared her story of overcoming a gambling addiction in the hope she will inspire others to seek help.
A new generation of stargazers are exploring how their ancestors used the night sky to thrive and survive in the Australian landscape.
The Governor-General says honouring land rights pioneer Eddie Koiki Mabo by visiting his grave is 'a necessary journey' for Australian leaders.
The Indigenous MPs have joined other parliamentarians to condemn and reject racism after Senator Fraser Anning's maiden speech.
Respected Elder and actor Uncle Jack Charles speaks candidly with Karla Grant about his history of homelessness and how he overcame addiction.
A new report has uncovered, for the first time, the extent of the health, social and economic disadvantage members of the Stolen Generations experience.
A teenager subjected to a violent street attack speaks exclusively to NITV to try and change the 'African gangs' narrative.

NAIDOC 2018: Because of Her, We Can

This years' 2018 theme, recognises the Indigenous female leaders, trailblazers, activists and social change advocates who have fought for justice and equal rights.

They are our mothers, our elders, our grandmothers, our aunties, our sisters and our daughters. 
 

In the spirit of 'Because of Her, We Can', we visualise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women honoured on national material.
A new exhibition is exploring and celebrating the unbroken tradition of weaving.
OPINION: If we acknowledge and harness the power of Indigenous women, we can begin to make change.
Worimi and Gumbaynggirr woman Tori Nikolau has overcome a series of obstacles to become one of Australia's first female, Indigenous commercial pilots.
As part of NAIDOC Week, NITV will be broadcasting a range of TV programs and films that celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.

 

 

 

 

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Comment, Opinion and Analysis

Hearing from the diverse voices on issues affecting First Nations people

Writer and academic, Summer May Finlay responds to Trevor Noah's comedy routine about Aboriginal women.
Australian native foods have a 60,000 year legacy of bringing about health and wellness, let's use them this winter.
OPINION: Who is Native Title helping in this current application of the law? writes Jack Wilkie-Jans.
OPINION: Throughout history, the Australian Government changes the game when Indigenous people are winning, writes Natalie Cromb.
OPINION: New Vegetation laws puts Queensland in contrast with the Federal Government's vision to see growth in regional and remote areas, writes Jack Wilkie-Jans.
OPINION: If we acknowledge and harness the power of Indigenous women, we can begin to make change.
OPINION: Academic Gaynor Macdonald writes of the challenge of negotiating treaties with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are not yet recognised as...
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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. 

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He is the hard-nosed Home Affairs minister known for “stopping the boats” and now Peter Dutton has put his political future on the line challenging the Prime...
Both community ballots were scheduled to open today, with the legal challenge to the Kimba vote enough for the Hawker vote to be similarly postponed.
National bravery awards have been announced for two Aboriginal men who rescued 68 people from the flooded NSW town of Gundagai in 1852.
A handful of Wangan and Jagalingou (W&J) Traditional Owners are set to appeal after their bid to invalidate Adani's Indigenous Land Use Agreement with the W&J...
Aunty Geraldine Atkinson has shared her story of overcoming a gambling addiction in the hope she will inspire others to seek help.
Centre Alliance MP Rebekha Sharkie will work on a motion to fly the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags in parliament.
The Governor-General says honouring land rights pioneer Eddie Koiki Mabo by visiting his grave is 'a necessary journey' for Australian leaders.
The federal government says there is no Indigenous affairs funding available for Labor's proposed compensation scheme.
The new lawsuit alleges the territory government continues to breach its duties to young detainees.
The shooting has been condemned as 'excessive force' by Indigenous rights campaigner Mervyn Eades.
Indigenous leaders in Brazil believe the killing was the result of conflict with loggers in their Amazon territory.
The Barngarla people have won a Supreme Court injunction against the vote in Kimba, with the Hawker ballot still scheduled to open Monday.
The planets we can see in the sky were known to the ancient Greeks as 'wandering stars'. But they appeared much earlier in the stories and traditions of Australia...
A new generation of stargazers are exploring how their ancestors used the night sky to thrive and survive in the Australian landscape.
A judge in Montana has ordered a full environmental review of a revised route for the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline.
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