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The liquidation of the Gold Coast-based Youpla Group has left tens of thousands of First Nations people without funeral cover.
Runners from the Indigenous Marathon Project are out to raise awareness about the case of missing Kimberley man Jeremiah "Jayo" Rivers in the remote Queensland...
While the outback town has become synonymous with the humorous news site, it will now serve a much greater purpose preserving and promoting culture.
A gas company is accused of damaging sacred sites as it begins clearing land for fracking operations in the gas-rich Beetaloo basin.
Queensland and Broncos winger Selwyn Cobbo will remain in Brisbane colours until the end the 2025.
Dr Evelyn Scott became the first female chair of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation in 1991. Over three decades later, she continues to make history.
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...

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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.
The project host accused Ms Thorpe of ceding her sovereignty when she entered parliament, and there was audible laughter as she described herself as a 'grassroots...
Whilst his mother and grandfather are provided parliamentary pardons, they remain fighting for accountability for the failings that led to Baby Charlie's death.
A growing number of Australians are identifying as Indigenous, including an increasing number of older people who are for the first time confirming their cultural...
The pre-schooler, who loves to attend Invasion Day marches every year, reads books by Aboriginal authors and curiously asks her mum about topics like colonisation.
Lasonya Dutton's family say they are still haunted by her death and are no closer to knowing how and why she died months later.
Lincoln Crowley says "times have changed" after he was sworn in as Australia's first Indigenous Supreme Court judge at a ceremony in Brisbane.





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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.
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...
OPINION: A medical journal has called for racism to be listed as a leading cause of death among Black people in the US. But deaths can't tell the full story,...
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It's that time again! Take a look at this year's NAIDOC Award winners, celebrated for their achievements, hard work and dedication.
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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Reflecting on this year's NAIDOC theme — Get Up, Stand Up, Show Up — we reflect on some significant moments where our people have shifted history by fighting for...
One of the major events on the nation's calendar. Kicking off on the first Sunday in July — here's everything you need to know about NAIDOC week, its themes, and...
Black talent dazzled the TV Week Logies' red carpet, with familiar faces, Deborah Mailman, Jessica Mauboy, Leah Purcell and Steph Tisdell in attendance.
A national-scale Indigenous-led digital project will help to reconnect Indigenous communities, thanks to a $473,000 grant under the Australian Research Council...
A private ceremony to mark the return of the Warlpiri material will happen once the items arrive in the Yuendumu community.
Appearing on 'Who Do You Think You Are?' the former NRL star's life-changing discoveries led to a spiritual awakening.
Oil and gas producer Santos will remain the major sponsor of Darwin’s biggest entertainment festival despite a determined push by Traditional Owners and artists...
First Nations people living in remote housing with unstable electricity connections in the Northern Territory's extreme heat are enduring life-threatening...
After the assault in April, the boy woke up in Singleton hospital covered in blood. His mother says she's unable to get the family a housing transfer as nobody...
Incoming head of news Justin Stevens emailed an extensive letter of apology to First Nations and diverse staff following a damning internal report.
The prize for the winners of the international test series' between Australia and England will soon be known as the Ella-Mobbs Trophy.
The latest health research has shown type two diabetes in remote Aboriginal communities has reached epidemic proportions, with children as young as four diagnosed.
The Yorta Yorta-Dja Dja Wurrung Elder has quit the inquiry after six months due to 'personal reasons'.
The pre-schooler, who loves to attend Invasion Day marches every year, reads books by Aboriginal authors and curiously asks her mum about topics like colonisation.
Senator Malarndirri McCarthy and daughters at her swearing-in with Governor General David Hurley.