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The two Mardudhunera women went to Geneva to highlight the absence of women in the heritage survey process, and raised concerns about the survival of women's...
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The special project is just one example of exploding interest in the Noongar language in recent years, with the number of classes teaching it in WA schools doubled.
The NSW Deputy Coroner said she accepted that 'the parole system failed' Barkindji man Kevin Bugmy.
There are concerns that transporting the children to Casuarina Prison will violate Australia's obligations under the Conventions on the Rights of the Child.
The Hampson family has taken their fight to the NSW Parliament, demanding systemic change to the state's health care system and the way it treats First Nations...
OPINION: These were very difficult times, feeling as though I was a monolith for Aboriginal people, writes Zoe Walters.
Sir Doug Nicholls has been honoured by the Australia Post after his granddaughter Bev Murray lobbied for him to be celebrated.

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Sir Doug Nicholls has been honoured by the Australia Post after his granddaughter Bev Murray lobbied for him to be celebrated.
In line with this year's NAIDOC theme — we reflect on some significant moments where our people have shifted history by fighting for their communities.
Palawa photographer Wayne Quilliam has won a $50,000 prize for his beautiful picture titled 'Silent Strength 2021'.
It's that time again! Take a look at this year's NAIDOC Award winners, celebrated for their achievements, hard work and dedication.
Before she earnt her markings, Moale was warned by her loved ones that she could receive some "backlash". On Saturday night, she was turned away from a Brisbane...
Cassar-Daley has hand-picked 50 of his favourite performances from the 80 towns he visited to compile one album which tells a story of grief, family and recovery.

 

 

 

 

NAIDOC 2022

NAIDOC 2022 | 3 - 10 July. A week to celebrate Indigenous culture and heritage, commemorate our history, unify our communities, and share that with the rest of the nation.

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NITV and SBS are celebrating NAIDOC Week 2022 across the network with coverage across its platforms, exploring this year's theme of, Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!
‘True Colours’ airs over four consecutive nights during NAIDOC Week, from Monday 4 to Thursday 7 July. Here’s who’s who in this gripping new Australian drama.
Karla Grant and her Living Black team are back and ready to tell the biggest stories of our people.
Welcoming two heavy-hitters of the game Dean Widders and Andrew Krakouer to our NITV footy line-up.
PLUS first songs released! It's all heading to a show like no other on February 26.
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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In 1993, 'Bringing Them Home' promised change. But Aboriginal families are still being torn apart, writes Paul Gray.
Anyone who was in attendance would agree, that the spirit of the Wiradjuri heroes, and our many ancestors, were with us, writes Joe Williams.
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,...
In 1993, 'Bringing Them Home' promised change. But Aboriginal families are still being torn apart, writes Paul Gray.
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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Marissa Williamson, the former Victorian NAIDOC Sportsperson handed her crown to Nikita Rotumah, who runs a boxing program just like the one that fostered a young...
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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Ms Thorpe referenced the advocacy of William Cooper and urged for a designated Day of Mourning to commemorate the first, held in 1938.
150 years of resistance led to the first Day of Mourning in 1938. It was a momentous occasion, and it formed the basis for First Nations political movements that...
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Marissa Williamson, the former Victorian NAIDOC Sportsperson handed her crown to Nikita Rotumah, who runs a boxing program just like the one that fostered a young...
Despite over a decade in the entertainment industry, 'True Colours' is a career first for Yolngu woman Rarriwuy Hick who plays bilingual Arrernte detective Toni...
Escaping from the daily grind one day, Lowell Hunter took himself to the sea. Just two years on, his art practice has seen him win a NAIDOC Award.
In line with this year's NAIDOC theme — we reflect on some significant moments where our people have shifted history by fighting for their communities.
The pioneering Rugby man and barrister, who passed away in 2019, is still being remembered.
The Barengi Gadjin Land Council Aboriginal Corporation says they are 'deeply saddened, frustrated and hurt' by the attack.
When he was younger Kurt Abbott was compared to Hollywood star, Idris Elba. Little did he know that one day he'd be trying his hand at acting.
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