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The rap duo are back with their first new material in almost four years ahead of their Hilltop Hoods support tour later this month.
Anmatyere–Alyawarre family band Mulga Bore Hardrock have been announced as an opening act for KISS’s farewell tour in the Gold Coast.
The Prime Minister heard concerns about climate change, jobs, housing and a voice to parliament whilst speaking with community members in the Torres Strait.
As a movement grows nationally to recognise the efforts of Blak warriors from all conflicts, the Australian War Memorial has acknowledged Indigenous Vietnam War...
One of the biggest events on the Blak calendar is returning for the first time following the pandemic.
Gomeroi astrophysicist Krystal de Napoli is preserving First Nations knowledges about the environment and universe around us through scientific communication.
The prime minister's trip comes a day after Minister Linda Burney and state and territory Indigenous affairs delegates committed to moving forward on the...

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During a powerful speech at the 1973 Academy Awards, Sacheen Littlefeather highlighted the misrepresentation and mistreatment of Native American people by the film...
Australia is built on Aboriginal land and this continent is made up of many First Nations groups.
The tennis legend has written a revealing letter explaining her complicated motivations and feelings upon leaving the game she came to define.
A star-studded National Indigenous Music Awards, staged over the weekend in Darwin, saw some of the biggest First Nations performers and trailblazers honoured.
Kids from across the country battled for glory in front of their heroes in a sport traditionally difficult for First Nations people to access.
The Queensland government says Blackfellows creek and Black G** Creek are set to formally return to Indigenous names as a dark history of the area is attempted to...
Ms Gorrie was the only Aboriginal person on last night's Q&A panel, where she called on the federal government to abolish prisons, defund the police and provide...

 

 

 

 

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NAIDOC 2022 | 3 - 10 July. A week to celebrate Indigenous culture and heritage, commemorate our history, unify our communities, and share that with the rest of the nation.

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NITV and SBS are celebrating NAIDOC Week 2022 across the network with coverage across its platforms, exploring this year's theme of, Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!
‘True Colours’ airs over four consecutive nights during NAIDOC Week, from Monday 4 to Thursday 7 July. Here’s who’s who in this gripping new Australian drama.
Karla Grant and her Living Black team are back and ready to tell the biggest stories of our people.
Welcoming two heavy-hitters of the game Dean Widders and Andrew Krakouer to our NITV footy line-up.
PLUS first songs released! It's all heading to a show like no other on February 26.
Ky Furneaux and Calem O’Grady barely knew each other when they decided to head to the bush while sitting out the pandemic.
First Nations children's program Little J and Big Cuz returns with new learnings and big, bold adventures.

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In 1993, 'Bringing Them Home' promised change. But Aboriginal families are still being torn apart, writes Paul Gray.
Anyone who was in attendance would agree, that the spirit of the Wiradjuri heroes, and our many ancestors, were with us, writes Joe Williams.
OPINION: Its wisdom, culture, discipline, tenderness and an end-of-the-day hot cup of tea after a hot shower, writes Fallon Gregory.
Zachary Rolfe was acquitted of the murder of Kumanjayi Walker by a jury with no First Nations people. This case is the latest example of a system with entrenched...
It’s time this country shifted its perspective and started seeing things from the lens of an Aboriginal woman. Let’s 'break the bias' by starting with that,...
In 1993, 'Bringing Them Home' promised change. But Aboriginal families are still being torn apart, writes Paul Gray.
If anything has prevented our healing it is not our inability to forgive, but the racist practices, policies and systems that continue to perpetuate the violence...
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Marissa Williamson, the former Victorian NAIDOC Sportsperson handed her crown to Nikita Rotumah, who runs a boxing program just like the one that fostered a young...
The 800-year-old trees were stolen in the 1940s, with at least one known to be in Switzerland.
An 11-year-old Redbank child's NAIDOC-inspired poem has won in the international Ipswich Poetry Feast's annual competition.
This year's Melbourne Fashion Week - which kicked off on Monday - will be a celebration of First Nations designers, models and artists.
Cheryle Edwards spends her days supporting students and families to get the most out of their education at the only special needs school in Central Australia.
A Yugambeh woman hopes her journey will encourage other young First Nations people to pursue their basketball dreams.
Type 2 diabetes is the fastest growing disease in Australia but Indigenous exercise physiologist Ray Kelly believes it doesn’t have to be that way.
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The rap duo are back with their first new material in almost four years ahead of their Hilltop Hoods support tour later this month.
The Prime Minister heard concerns about climate change, jobs, housing and a voice to parliament whilst speaking with community members in the Torres Strait.
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Tony Albert says he hopes his works leave people with a sense of Australian fauna's beauty, while drawing attention to cultural appropriation.
Anmatyere–Alyawarre family band Mulga Bore Hardrock have been announced as an opening act for KISS’s farewell tour in the Gold Coast.
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The prime minister's trip comes a day after Minister Linda Burney and state and territory Indigenous affairs delegates committed to moving forward on the...
As a movement grows nationally to recognise the efforts of Blak warriors from all conflicts, the Australian War Memorial has acknowledged Indigenous Vietnam War...
Gomeroi astrophysicist Krystal de Napoli is preserving First Nations knowledges about the environment and universe around us through scientific communication.
An inquest into the deaths of three women from rheumatic heart disease in the Queensland community of Doomadgee has heard from a doctor who treated one of the...
In a nation-first, the body will sit outside of state bureaucracy, safeguarded from election cycles, and will work to secure a treaty for the state's First People.
The state government committed millions of dollars towards the 'Path to Treaty' which will include truth-telling.
The centre would provide opportunities for an on-Country experience, and could be Western Australia's "answer to the Opera House".
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