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Former model, Sasha Sarago wanted more women of colour in fashion and media. She created a lifestyle magazine for Indigenous and ethnic women.
Red Bull Music has released a three-part documentary series called "This is Home", the first episode follows Wyndham rapper Dallas Woods.
The University of Newcastle is using 3D technology to learn more about a site in NSW where the Awabakal people once made stone tools.
With proposals for a national Indigenous art gallery in both the Northern Territory and South Australia, one councillor has declared the race is now on to be the...
The intimate moment took place during a single date between the two women, who appear to have had eyes from each other since day one.
Elders in Central Australia use ancient Indigenous languages to help the next generation master meditation.
Australian paralympic champion Kurt Fearnely has condemned Anthony Mundine over the former boxer's anti-vaccination comments.

 

 

 

 

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REVIEW: Top End Wedding follows in the footsteps of Wayne Blair’s 2012 film The Sapphires. He tells an Indigenous Australian story that has international appeal.
ANALYSIS: Researchers combed through newspaper articles over a period of 10 years and found more adopted Māori words into English is more frequent today.
OPINION: Combating the scourge of youth suicide calls for young people to be respected and heard.
With tributes flowing for the footy legend Greg Inglis since announcing his retirement yesterday, we countdown the moments that made him Rugby League royalty.
A quick farewell to the most physically dominant player I have seen in 27 years of watching Rugby League.
OPINION: Writer, Paola Balla exposes the vast emotional terrain of her body, in her keynote address at the 2019 Stella Prize announcement.
OPINION: Marlee Silva reflects on how her favourite musician taught her how to be an unapologetic black woman... and dance.
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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has tapped the 'Father of Reconciliation' Patrick Dodson to be Indigenous affairs minister if Labor wins the federal election.
Bill Shorten is campaigning in the Northern Territory after spending the past week in NSW, Victoria, South Australia and WA targeting mainly Liberal-held seats.
One of the biggest political flashpoints around Indigenous affairs is how to respond to 2017's landmark Uluru Statement from the Heart.
The Indigenous football veteran wants to stamp out racism in sport and throughout society.
Red Bull Music has released a three-part documentary series called "This is Home", the first episode follows Wyndham rapper Dallas Woods.
ANALYSIS: Researchers combed through newspaper articles over a period of 10 years and found more adopted Māori words into English is more frequent today.
Former model, Sasha Sarago wanted more women of colour in fashion and media. She created a lifestyle magazine for Indigenous and ethnic women.
An Australian street artist explores war history and truth-telling as he creates a colossal mural of a 'forgotten' Aboriginal WW1 soldier.
REVIEW: Top End Wedding follows in the footsteps of Wayne Blair’s 2012 film The Sapphires. He tells an Indigenous Australian story that has international appeal.
The University of Newcastle is using 3D technology to learn more about a site in NSW where the Awabakal people once made stone tools.
Campaigners have been fighting plans to bulldoze trees sacred to the Djap Wurrung peoples.
The women feared imprisonment because Western Australia jails people for unpaid fines.
OPINION: Combating the scourge of youth suicide calls for young people to be respected and heard.
During the week of ANZAC Day, NITV hosts a suite of programs acknowledging and honouring the participation of Aboriginal Australians in the military services.
The intimate moment took place during a single date between the two women, who appear to have had eyes from each other since day one.
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