The Latest on The Point
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The Point will kick off from Wednesday 23 January with an in-depth look at the #changethedate campaign.
A cultural-based approach to reducing family violence targets men in one of the state’s most isolated areas.
A writing and illustration workshop seeks to nurture the next generation of Aboriginal storytellers.
The Yolŋu people are celebrating the success of their Gulkula mine, but what happens when it closes?
One final legal appeal stands in the way for Yindjibarndi people seeking compensation from one of Australia’s wealthiest mining companies.
The question of whether a person can 'become' Aboriginal after discovering ancestry through a DNA test is more complicated in Australia.
After decades of lobbying, the ancient practice of island adoption is set to be legally recognised — but how will this impact families in the Torres Strait?
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Linda Burney made history when she became the first Aboriginal woman to enter the House of Representatives in 2016, but behind the confident Wiradjuri woman is a...
Young Indigenous rangers are returning to country and helping preserve Australia's largest fringing coral reef thanks to a new initiative.
Indigenous rangers are carving out careers for themselves by restoring the landscape on North Stradbroke Island to its former glory.
A long, painful rehabilitation awaits Denishar Woods, the 11-year-old girl who received an electric shock at her family’s public housing home.
Bidjigal Elder Vic Simms has called on the Prime Minister to start listening to Aboriginal people.
The mother of the toddler who was sexually abused in Tennant Creek speaks out for the first time, exclusively to NITV's The Point.
Fleeing domestic violence is rarely easy, but for those living outside their home country, it can be even harder — as Gubbi Gubbi and Wakka Wakka woman Rebecca...
The native title settlement was considered a 'victory' for the Noongar people, but some community members have refused to sign.
Students in the year-long acting class are studying and rehearsing hard. They're hoping to improve Indigenous representation in the industry.
Banksia Hill Detention Centre is again being criticised for taking Aboriginal children off country as legal services call for more cultural approaches to treating...
The federal budget has been handed down in Parliament House with the government promising a fair and practical plan forward that makes the right choices for hard...