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NAIDOC 2019

Celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and recognising the achievements of our people.

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The best recent news and stories from NITV, including news, sport, programs and features.

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Indigenous influencers on Instagram have backed the platform's decision to hide how many 'Likes' a user's post receives.
The Queensland treaty process is still in the early stages and negotiations will not begin for several years. But it’s still a historic step forward for...
Australian war veterans suffering post-traumatic stress disorder have formed a unique bond with young Aboriginal men from remote communities with an extreme...
A collaborative youth arts project in South Australia is connecting Indigenous kids to traditional culture in the APY Lands and creating a valuable digital...
The dress was part of a collection paying homage to the Yarrabah mission days.
Besides being a show and tell for tourist, this annual festival is an essential part of passing down knowledge and history to the younger generation.
Uluru has been inundated with tourists hoping to climb the World-Heritage listed site before a climbing ban comes into effect on 26 October.

 

 

 

 

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OPINION: Timana Tahu takes a look at his picks for the top five Indigenous players so far this NRL season.
Indigenous film-maker breathes new life into an age-old tale with latest short-series, Robbie Hood.
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Filmmaker Ben Strunin met Yolngu Elder Djalu Gurruwiwi in the most unlikely of places; London, England. Years later, they are ready to premiere their cinematic...
In Every Family Has a Secret, journalist Michelle White delves into her mother’s past to find answers to a four-decade-old mystery.
Singer Casey Donovan has "a newfound respect" for herself.

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OPINION: Conservative Liberal Party insider, Jacinta Price questions the proposed 'Voice to Parliament'; will this model empower our various communities or will it...
OPINION: It is possible to reverse the high rate of women and children becoming homeless. I know what is needed because it happened to me.
PODCAST: Professor Megan Davis explains the logic, the background and the possibilities of a Voice to Parliament.
OPINION: Activist and lawyer, Michael Mansell critiques the Voice to Parliament proposal and asks, is this as good as it gets or should we all aim higher?
OPINION: The people have categorically stated what they want. It is a Referendum to enshrine a Voice to Parliament, but one advocate questions the political will...
OPINION: The origins of NAIDOC Week sprang from the Aboriginal activism of the 1930s. The women and children present would later become the keepers of this rich...
I open my eyes, I am standing, the old people, the ones before - we stand side by side. My family.
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Artist and writer, Jack Wilkie-Jans provides a fascinating tribute to the late, great Far North Queensland artist, Thancoupie, whose work is currently on display at...
The $190 million payout is the largest settlement involving Indigenous people outside native title claims – but for the workers themselves, the result is...
There are hundreds of Indigenous languages in Australia. What can Australia learn from other countries to add them to school curriculums?
A Waka Waka woman turns down a "Strong Sistas" Keeping Community Safe NAIDOC Week award after discovering the event sponsor was Serco - a company that operates...
A new exhibition by Indigenous artist Gordon Syron and his wife Elaine Pelot Syron has paid tribute to the life of Wiradjuri Elder Mum Shirl.
Amanda Mahomet and her family have been protesting on the side of a highway, two hours from Melbourne, to protect their culture.
Biripai surfer Summer Simon says her culture has always been a significant part of her life, and NAIDOC Week is a chance to celebrate that connection.
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Latest news & features

OPINION: Conservative Liberal Party insider, Jacinta Price questions the proposed 'Voice to Parliament'; will this model empower our various communities or will...
OPINION: It is possible to reverse the high rate of women and children becoming homeless. I know what is needed because it happened to me.
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"Hard to watch" and "an important wake up call for the country": the Adam Goodes documentary 'The Final Quarter' causes a wave of reflection.
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Indigenous influencers on Instagram have backed the platform's decision to hide how many 'Likes' a user's post receives.
A new film which debuted on TV this week looks at how cheers turned to booing for a champion AFL player.
The PM uses regional summit to restate the Coalition's policy to lift agriculture, fisheries and forestry to a $100 billion industry by 2030, but one Traditional...
The former Nationals leader has apologised for describing an Indigenous voice to Parliament as a "third chamber".
More than 500 mums have taken part in the program since 2013 with results that buck national trends.
PODCAST: Professor Megan Davis explains the logic, the background and the possibilities of a Voice to Parliament.
The Budj Bim Aboriginal site in western Victoria has been added to the World Heritage list.
The Minister for Indigenous Australians hopes to hold a popular vote on Indigenous constitutional recognition within the next three years.
The Queensland government has started prosecution proceedings in relation to information in Adani's annual return for its Carmichael mine.
An inquiry has heard more than a third of Victoria's Aboriginal people have depression and anxiety compared to 20 per cent of non-Indigenous people.
The Justice Department will not bring federal charges against a New York City police officer in the death of Eric Garner.
The chief executive of a peak body advocating for the safety of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children has resigned after her partner was charged in...
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