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She performed on the world stage as a guest in 2014, but this time… she’s got her sight set to win the Eurovision contest.
Denis Walker, co-founder of Australia’s Black Panther Party, has been farewelled at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy where he passed away on Tuesday
Today marks 25 years since former Prime Minister Paul Keating delivered the landmark Redfern Speech.
In a world first, Indigenous musician, Eleanor Dixon and transgender artist, Edi Donald have collaborated together for their new project ‘Anya’.
Some of Australia's most respected musicians have united to dedicate a 'Song for Elijah' in honour of the 14-year-old who was fatally run over last year.
Previous outrage over the failure to prosecute two men implicated in the 2011 death of Lynette Daley came to an end today after they were sentenced.
This group of young 'Dhalayi' doctors in the Kempsey Shire are training to be local health ambassadors.

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One of Australia's high profile Indigenous singers is helping Northern Territory communities pass on knowledge to children through music to keep culture alive.
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)’s Nobel Peace Prize win is taking the plight of those affected by the British government’s Maralinga...
While historians of astronomy will say variable stars were discovered by Western scientists, oral tradition within Aboriginal communities show that this is not...
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Journalist and producer Julie Nimmo says, when telling stories, sometimes despair can be the only appropriate response.
Administrative Violence starts out with paperwork and can end up with a removed child. Associate Professor, Tess Lea explores just how common this practice is in...
Dr. Hannah McGlade attended the recent UN International Convention in Geneva where reviews of Australia's compliance on Race Discrimination are taking place.

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NITV brings you the latest health news from across the country and the world as well as tips and information to help you improve your health and wellbeing this summer.

Indigenous Australian's share Ghost Stories.
Winter has arrived, and so has Mark Olive's Smoked Beef and Vegetables recipe, which is the perfect answer to make boring meat and three veg not so boring.
Fresh, colourful and uses native ingredients, this summer salad is as festive as the holiday season.
Yundu yalada, ngayu budi Jingirdba-Wanuginbi Kuku Yalanji, Julay warra, Kubirri warra bama. Ngayu binalku Kuku Yalanji mayi jilbamun gudday.
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From surfing to skating and even strumming guitars - these Indigenous artists are putting their prints on their passions and making their hobbies a little more colourful.
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Indigenous scientists understand that resilience and sustainability go hand-in-hand and in order to create a sustainable ecosystem, you have to understand the...
Torres Strait Islander artist and dancer, Sani Ray Townson has been passionately vocal about the impact the plebiscite decision has had on him personally as an...
Multimedia artist Lisa Reihana reclaims the imperial history of Europeans' voyages to the Pacific at the 57th Venice Biennale in Italy.
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She performed on the world stage as a guest in 2014, but this time… she’s got her sight set to win the Eurovision contest.
The southern Perth suburb has moved their Australia Day celebrations, after the success of this year’s event. Next years' celebrations will have a bigger...
The longest-running native title claim in New South Wales has been resolved after almost two decades
In a world first, Indigenous musician, Eleanor Dixon and transgender artist, Edi Donald have collaborated together for their new project ‘Anya’.
Denis Walker, co-founder of Australia’s Black Panther Party, has been farewelled at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy where he passed away on Tuesday
Today marks 25 years since former Prime Minister Paul Keating delivered the landmark Redfern Speech.
Some of Australia's most respected musicians have united to dedicate a 'Song for Elijah' in honour of the 14-year-old who was fatally run over last year.
Previous outrage over the failure to prosecute two men implicated in the 2011 death of Lynette Daley came to an end today after they were sentenced.
Legislation to legalise same-sex marriage has passed through both houses of parliament without amendments, almost a month after Australians voted 'yes' in a...
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One of Australia's high profile Indigenous singers is helping Northern Territory communities pass on knowledge to children through music to keep culture alive.
This group of young 'Dhalayi' doctors in the Kempsey Shire are training to be local health ambassadors.
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