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It will be played when the Demons run onto the field for its Indigenous Round match against Greater Western Sydney on Sunday.
For 14-years The Long Walk has opened the AFL's Indigenous Round and now the NRL is catching on to the momentous ritual.
The artwork shows the pathway from grassroots football to the professional league and teams uniting with the community.
The Indigenous AFL player reluctantly took a stand after finding "heartbreaking" comments made about him on Facebook.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musicians collaborate with international Indigenous guests on first ever First Nations SongHubs camp. Next stop: domination...
The Elders and youth from one of Australia's most remote Aboriginal communities have shared their love for place and culture in a new music video.
The Indigenous musician was one of many tenants who escaped from a block of units with only the clothes on their backs.

 

 

 

 

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The fun, fierce and totally fabulous Noongar sisters are back. NITV's Reality TV-style show, 'Family Rules' begins production on its third season.
After only two screenings, ‘Joe Bullet’ was banned by the apartheid regime. Rediscovered after 40 years, it’s now earning a reputation as one of the most...
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Screening on NITV this week, ‘Set It Off’ sees four black women, fed up with their lot in life, take up robbing banks. But the electrifying thriller is just part...
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OPINION: One Cape York resident rejects the ALP commitment to a World Heritage Listing, calling on voters to think carefully about the value of jobs and industry.
OPINION: Timana Tahu shares his thoughts on State of Origins hopefuls and celebrates the upcoming Indigenous round.
OPINION: Mother's Day conjures up many emotions for Florence Onus, this proud grandmother was separated from her own mother at the tender age of five.
OPINION: A former foster child, now a lawyer and mother, Kirsten Gray has a firsthand perspective on ways to reduce the high rates of child removal.
OPINION: Latrell Mitchell could help revolutionise rugby union, writes Timana Tahu.
OPINION: Our women have given us a platform, let's honour them by using it writes, Georgia Mae Capocchi-Hunter.
OPINION: Timana Tahu brings you his new weekly column and this week talks about the farewell of the legendary Greg Inglis and the struggles of the Penrith Panthers.
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Five up-and-coming Indigenous tennis players have been given the chance to represent Australia overseas this week.
For 12 months, Alwyn Doolan has been walking from the tip of Queensland to Canberra to deliver a message to the federal government.
The Indigenous musician was one of many tenants who escaped from a block of units with only the clothes on their backs.
This time each year, women from northern Australia come together to share and experience traditional culture as they harvest the Kakadu plum.
A permanent memorial will honour a tireless campaigner for social justice for Indigenous Australians.
The Queensland State Library celebrates the significance of community radio with an exhibition documenting the history of 98.9FM Murri Country.
With over one million Aussies making Instagram Stories daily, Instagram has collaborated with renowned Indigenous artist Tony Albert to create stickers to use...
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Victoria is one step ahead of the country's states and territories when it comes to developing treaties, and the election results will not stand in their way.
It will be played when the Demons run onto the field for its Indigenous Round match against Greater Western Sydney on Sunday.
The Freo Dockers will show support for Noongar mob with a motto in traditional lingo for this weekend’s Sir Doug Nicholls Round.
The AFL's Sir Doug Nicholls round will kick off this weekend for Round 10, celebrating the contributions of Indigenous players to the sporting code and showcasing...
The luxury car dealer pleaded guilty to causing at least 540 litres of oil to spill into Victoria's Yarra River last year.
The winning artwork refers to the first contact between Indigenous Australians and James Cook.
Indigenous communities in Queensland have reported a "noticeable reduction" in dodgy door-to-door traders after installing 'Do not knock' signage.
Indigenous singer-songwriter Yirrmal and indie roots artist Jordie Lane have collaborated for Reconciliation Week. What they've created will give you goosebumps.
A three-week deadline has been set for the state government to resolve the two environmental approvals Adani needs to build its contentious coal mine in the...
Every night next week, NITV is telling compelling, passionate and hard truths through the power of voice.
The Indigenous AFL player reluctantly took a stand after finding "heartbreaking" comments made about him on Facebook.
Indigenous leaders are hopeful that a First Nations voice to parliament will progress under the re-elected Coalition government.
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Queensland's Labor government has cleared the way for approval of Adani's coal mine after Federal Labor's shock election defeat.
The Elders and youth from one of Australia's most remote Aboriginal communities have shared their love for place and culture in a new music video.
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