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Soli Bailey has chosen to carry his Indigenous pride out onto the waves, making history in the process.
After being scouted by a talent agent, the 19-year-old aspiring surf lifesaver is now riding a wave of modelling success.
The call-to-action follows growing frustration about "government inaction" on Indigenous youth suicide.
National Close the Gap Day heralds a time for optimism according to the co-chairs Mr Rod Little and Ms June Oscar AO. Here are 10 reasons why we should all be...
The biggest day of the year is the Tiwi Islands grand final where the speed and skills of the Tiwis dazzle visitors from all around Australia.
Various databases tracking hate crimes exist in Australia, but they are not yet cross-referenced to track such crimes or their perpetrators across the country.
A coroner's court has been told that Wiradjuri woman Naomi Williams was "let down" by Australia's healthcare system.

 

 

 

 

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ANALYSIS: Dr Hannah McGlade has looked at the tragic circumstances common in many youth suicide cases and believes, cultural safety is imperative to arrest this crisis.
OPINION: Community Sector Bank CEO, Andrew Cairns calls businesses to action, to offer tangible support the gaps in education and employment.
SATIRE: Sure, being the oldest continuing culture on the planet is cool, but have you ever had curried sausages?
ANALYSIS: Aboriginal Psychologist Dr Tracy Westerman asks, where is the empathy and compassion for Indigenous youth who are taking their own lives?
OPINION: Representations of urban Indigenous masculinity often serve a purpose to the 'settler', but fall wide of an accurate portrayal.
OPINION: Strong 'blak' voices are deeply embedded in the media and are challenging the sector, on many fronts. Biased and discriminatory reporting will be...
OPINION: Our people have watched and waited long enough while successive Governments failed to deliver on the promise of equal standards of health, education and...
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Critics say the NT government is moving away from recommendations by the youth justice royal commission.
Soli Bailey has chosen to carry his Indigenous pride out onto the waves, making history in the process.
The NSW Supreme Court dismissed the application to have the Bowraville murder cases reheard six months ago.
The call-to-action follows growing frustration about "government inaction" on Indigenous youth suicide.
Indigenous Australians have a rich history of baking, making the most of geography and the seasons.
Work is underway to make an environmental management plan for the river, set future water allocations and establish a national park.
One Indigenous woman is on a mission to share the majesties of verse spoken in ancient languages to schools around the country.
OPINION: Community Sector Bank CEO, Andrew Cairns calls businesses to action, to offer tangible support the gaps in education and employment.
Some Maori leaders are recalling colonial atrocities as they reject Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's response to the mosque massacre
With the AFL season upon us, NITV takes a look at one of the club’s that has produced some of the game’s most influential Indigenous players.
Becoming a professional footy player can be more than just a dream for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls and with the AFL-W in its third season...
With the state election on Saturday, the major parties have now released their Aboriginal policies.
Indigenous Health Minister Ken Wyatt has joined other political leaders to condemn Queensland senator Fraser Anning for linking the Christchurch attacks to Muslim...
Governments around Australia are doing their sums after the High Court puts a dollar value on cutting Indigenous cultural connections to land.
OPINION: After a successful first round in tipping and topping the office ladder here at NITV, league enthusiast Grayson McCarthy-Grogan gives his winning picks...
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