Saturday's election saw record numbers of First Nations candidates elected to office.
Anthony Albanese made his press conference debut as Prime Minister flanked by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags.
Kamilaroi rap sensation The Kid LAROI has returned home for his Australian tour and made time to give back to the community.
In an AFL first, Richmond Tigers opened the Sir Doug Nicholls Round at the Melbourne Cricket Ground with a chilling war cry against their opponents the Essendon...
The Prime Minister-elect also announced that Wiradjuri woman Linda Burney would be Labor's Minister for Indigenous Affairs.
Mob have had plenty to say on the back of a poll that has seen numerous Coalition big hitters lose their seats and a rise of the Greens and Independents.
Living without basic necessities, the Aboriginal people who have lived there for thousands of years today have no official ownership over their own land.

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The media outlet also landed in hot water last year when they incorrectly identified a First Nations man as a child abductor.
At just 10 years old, DJ Angel is breaking barriers and has her sights set on a future career in music.
Elaine George hit the runway in a stunning celebration of Aboriginal culture from AARLI's Teagan Cowlishaw.
The painter won the prestigious prize for his portrait of Wiradjuri artist Karla Dickens standing in the devastating Lismore floods.
From bush runways to the cover of Vogue, 17-year-old Cindy Rostron is helping revolutionise the Australian fashion industry.
Vickie Roach overcame incredible odds to be a champion for the voices of inmates and First Nations people, but now she refuses to take part in the voting system.
Veronica Lulu was forced to leave her home after it was surrounded by water. She's been asking for help to fix the issue for two years.





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Reflecting May's big moments, NITV has curated a powerful slate of programming, from Reconciliation Week content, to the anniversary of the Mabo Decision and the...
Karla Grant and her Living Black team are back and ready to tell the biggest stories of our people.
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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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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,...
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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It's time for Australia to right past wrongs by acknowledging the true history of this country, writes Nala Mansell.
From humble beginnings under a single umbrella, the Tent Embassy grew to become the most powerful political protest in this country's history, one that is still...
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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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A week after calling the local grand final in the island community of Galiwin'ku, two broadcasters will commentate the match between Richmond and Essendon in...
A panel including doctors and cultural competence academics have also given their opinions on the evidence presented at the inquiry.
Prison guards asked the nurse about Ms Nelson three times during the night, but the nurse said she didn't believe the woman was that unwell.
The trailblazer says she’ll be passing down knowledge for many years to come after winning the Lifetime Achievement accolade at the night of nights for Australian...
The Socialist Alliance candidate for Leichhardt is taking on the establishment as she pushes for action on climate change, employment, housing and justice ahead...
In the early 1990s Marilyn Ganyinurru Gurruwiwi had the vision to preserve her language. Now, her dream is a reality.
An egregious racial slur was printed in official Parks and Wildlife Service maps produced by the Tasmanian government.
The NT Government's new alcohol laws have been labelled 'disappointing' and 'disgraceful' by territory social services groups who fear their impact on Aboriginal...
Several seats with high First Nations populations could be unable to facilitate voting on election day.
The report highlighted systemic and longstanding failures within the force's complaints handling process.
Kate Constantine, with her three sons, created an on-canvas history of the Eora Nation by foraging, milling, and crushing stones collected from Country across...
The media outlet also landed in hot water last year when they incorrectly identified a First Nations man as a child abductor.
NITV’s The Point gathered experts from community organisations and peak advocacy groups to ask their questions to the major political parties in a prime time...
Two pieces from the legendary Elder and lore man are expected to fetch a high price at auction in the US.
Crowned a winner two years in a row, Tony Birch thanked musician Thelma Plum for reminding the world things look "better in Blak".