NAIDOC 2018

All the top stories on the NAIDOC celebrations around the country

June Oscar tells heartfelt story of her grandmother on the Frontier and Pat Anderson calls to end family violence; strong women accept top awards last night.
The community witnessed an emotional flag-raising ceremony on Anzac Hill after a 30-year campaign.
A special runway exhibition showcasing a Noongar designer's creation is set to wow the crowd at Perth NAIDOC week event.
Worimi and Gumbaynggirr woman Tori Nikolau has overcome a series of obstacles to become one of Australia's first female, Indigenous commercial pilots.
A new exhibition is exploring and celebrating the unbroken tradition of weaving.
Victorians have turned out in central Melbourne to support a march for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander recognition.

NAIDOC 2018 Winners

Recognising the achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for the work in their communities and excellence in their chosen field.

Social justice pioneer, Pat Anderson (AO) is the recipient of the 2018 NAIDOC Lifetime Achievement Award.
Fearless champion for rights, Dr June Oscar OAM taks the prestigious NAIDOC 2018 Person of the Year Award.
A.B. Original's rapper Briggs has brought the Australian rap scene to the forefront of in the music industry, leading to him earning the 2018 NAIDOC Artist of the...
Mother, mentor and change-maker, Aunty Lynette Nixon is the recipient of the 2018 Female Elder of the Year for her tireless work in multiple organisations.
After decades of leadership, Kamilaroi man Russell Taylor is awarded NAIDOC 2018's Male Elder of the Year.
University of Sydney's Folau Talbot has taken his Dental degree to the next level and earned himself 2018's NAIDOC Apprentice of the Year.
Leading Indigenous scholar, Michelle Trudgett is the NAIDOC 2018's Scholar of the Year.

Because of Her, We Can

Stories of strong Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women

In celebration of this years' National NAIDOC Week theme, 'Because of Her, We Can', NITV asked the public to nominate exceptional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...
In the spirit of 'Because of Her, We Can', we visualise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women honoured on national material.
Grandmothers Against Removals, the grassroots organisation that's got local women fighting for family justice.
ANALYSIS: Positive stories about Aboriginal health are far and few between, but writer and academic Tess Ryan says there's a lot to celebrate.
Opinions and observations - black women who dominate the Twittersphere are entertaining and educating.

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