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Keeping children in solitary confinement at Western Australia’s only youth jail 'probably' breached international law, an independent investigation has found.
The proposal to raise the dam on the outskirts of Sydney has Indigenous and environmental groups fighting for Burragorang Valley to be declared a NSW Aboriginal...
The banking royal commission has heard the difficulties Aboriginal people living in remote communities face with the superannuation system.
The memory of the late Dr G Yunupingu stood tall as past, present and emerging musicians were honoured at the National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs) on Larrakia...
The governments of Indonesia and Timor Leste should include Indigenous people in border dispute negotiations between the two countries, write Atin Prabandari,...
A teenager subjected to a violent street attack speaks exclusively to NITV to try and change the 'African gangs' narrative.
The Tangentyere Women’s Family Safety Group were disappointed not to be able to meet with the prime minister while he was in Alice Springs this week.

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Northern Territory artist takes home the top honour at 2018 Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards
Is ‘sorry’ enough to ease years of grief caused by systematic mistreatment or the loss of loved ones at the hands of law enforcement?
With over 5000 unmarked grave sites in the Northern Territory alone, archaeologists are working closely with community members to map the cemeteries.
Drawing on his own experiences of jail, Keenan Mundine is determined to help Indigenous kids stay out of the criminal justice system.
Demonstrators in Sydney were hoping to send a message for state parliament to 'walk with us, talk with us'.
First Nations voices were heard and felt right across the country during the four days of the 20th annual Garma Festival.
Dunghutti model Samantha Harris opens up about her inspirations, diversity in modelling and online abuse in her interview with Karla Grant on Living Black.

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

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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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Keeping children in solitary confinement at Western Australia’s only youth jail 'probably' breached international law, an independent investigation has found.
A teenager subjected to a violent street attack speaks exclusively to NITV to try and change the 'African gangs' narrative.
The proposal to raise the dam on the outskirts of Sydney has Indigenous and environmental groups fighting for Burragorang Valley to be declared a NSW Aboriginal...
The latest NRL coaching controversy could bind the Tigers towards a major NRL finals run, but the Dragons are done, says premiership-winning former player and...
Australia needs to make major changes to produce highly skilled professionals to compete as a player in the world of Science, Technology, Engineering and...
The banking royal commission has heard the difficulties Aboriginal people living in remote communities face with the superannuation system.
The governments of Indonesia and Timor Leste should include Indigenous people in border dispute negotiations between the two countries, write Atin Prabandari,...
When thinking of a cemetery, naturally a picture of headstones paints itself in your mind, however a written record of where a loved one is buried is a luxury...
The memory of the late Dr G Yunupingu stood tall as past, present and emerging musicians were honoured at the National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs) on Larrakia...
Northern Territory artist takes home the top honour at 2018 Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards
Secret documents appear to show the Indian mining giant knew unlawful amounts of polluted water would spill into the ocean.
The Tangentyere Women’s Family Safety Group were disappointed not to be able to meet with the prime minister while he was in Alice Springs this week.
Lead vocalist and songwriter of the all-female band Karadajala Kirridarra Eleanor Dixon talks to NITV about the band's latest album and being nominated for the...
The 2018 Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA) will premiere in Darwin on Friday 10 August with an open-air festival...
Is ‘sorry’ enough to ease years of grief caused by systematic mistreatment or the loss of loved ones at the hands of law enforcement?
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