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A national focus on news, events & issues that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Hear interviews and stories from the SBS NITV Radio program, part of SBS Audio.
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In a world premiere at Malthouse Theatre, audiences are invited to embark on a profound journey of self-discovery with "Homo Pentecostus." This compelling work by actor, dancer, and writer Joel Bray delves deep into his secret queer identity within the confines of a 1990s Pentecostal Church.
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"Big Name, No Blankets" a rock n' roll theatre show celebrating the legacy of Indigenous Australian music icons, Warumpi Band will be performed at RISING as a flagship performance of their First People First programming from May 31 - June 2.
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Statue of former premier who mutilated an Aboriginal man toppled ahead of court hearing about its removal - Peter Dutton outline's a plan to ease the housing crisis in the Opposition's budget reply speech, calling to reduce permanent migration - And, South Africa urges the United Nations' top court to order a halt to Israel's offensive on Rafah...…
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Tjaabi-Flood Country, a music and theatre performance by Ngarluma man Patrick Churnside is coming to ‘Wunggurrwil Dhurrung Centre’ in Wyndham this Friday May 17. Tjaabi explores the cultural and environmental challenges faced by Aboriginal people in places like the Pilbara in the face of ever-increasing pressures for new minerals, rare earth, and m…
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Victoria Police commits to apologize for their role in creating the Stolen Generations - Hundreds of immigration detainees could be released pending a High Court judgment set to be handed down - And, more than 10,000 pro-Palestinian protesters against Israel's participation in Eurovision gather in the Sweden city of Malmo...…
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As nominations open for the 2024 Australian Mental Health Prize, Professor Maree Toombs, a proud Euahlayi and Kooma woman, is urging the community to recognize the unsung heroes championing mental health support, especially within Indigenous communities.
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The much-anticipated return of the observational documentary series, "Our Law,” on NITV and SBS, offers a rare glimpse into the lives of First Nations police officers as they navigate the complexities of policing in Indigenous communities across Australia. In its second season, the series continues to break new ground, highlighting the challenges a…
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Federal Government announces $14.2 million package for programs in Alice Springs - An emergency national cabinet meeting called today, seeking to address the country's growing domestic violence crisis - And, the South Sydney Rabbitohs announce the departure of club coach Jason Demetriou
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Victoria's Premier Jacinta Allan to make historic appearance at Indigenous Truth-Telling inquiry - The organizer of a gender violence march accuses Anthony Albanese of lying about being invited to speak - And, Australia's union head calls for a nine per cent wage increase for feminized industries...
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In a powerful representation of First Nations art and culture on the international stage, proud Gadigal woman Kate Constantine has showcased her contemporary take on the traditional dot painting at this year's Milan Design Week.
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Choreographed by Gary Lang, ‘The Other Side of Me’ is an international collaboration with Northumbria University that delves into the personal story of a young Aboriginal man adopted by a white English family in the 1960s. Through dance, Lang navigates the complexities of the Stolen Generations' trauma, offering insights into the struggles of ident…
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A new study led by Charles Darwin University has found that compulsory income management (CIM) in the Northern Territory is perceived to be ineffective in reducing harm and can even contribute to situations of family violence.
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Nominations for the fifth prestigious Australian Women in Music Awards (AWMA) open today (23 April) with categories spanning all music genres from rock to opera and the many behind-the-scenes roles vital to the Australian music industry.
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Indigenous artist becomes the first Australian to win the prestigious Golden Lion award at the Venice Biennale - Treasurer Jim Chalmers tells Australians to expect a responsible federal budget - And, the opposition leader criticised for not releasing the Coalition's nuclear policy...
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An Indigenous boy’s suicide while in state care raises questions about the system’s capacity amid rising numbers in out of home care - A 16-year-old boy charged with a terrorism offence over an alleged stabbing at a Sydney church - And, the United States vetoes a Palestinian request for full membership to the United Nations Organisation...…
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Living Black host Karla Grant returns for the program's 21st year, kicking off season 31 on April 22nd. The show remains Australia's longest-running Indigenous current affairs program, offering a powerful platform for First Nations voices.
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As The Outback Trail 2024 continues to captivate audiences across Queensland's South-West, legendary rugby league's Sam Thaiday, the event's ambassador and host, shares with NITV Radio his insights and experiences from the journey.
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Alice Springs youth curfew ends as advocates, First Nations residents question effectiveness of the measure that’s been lauded by authorities - The High Court hears a legal challenge against indefinite detention - And, Gaza health ministry reports, an Israeli air strike claims 11 people at a refugee camp...…
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A Spectacle Under the Stars: The 2024 Parrtjima Festival in Alice Springs is underway (12-21 April) boasting stunning new light installations alongside captivating art, music, and talks. Parrtjima's Director of Cultural Engagement, Paul Ah Chee, describes the 2024 festival's opening ceremony as the biggest yet. This free, 10-night event celebrates …
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The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) is the 2024 recipient of the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (ALMA) for children’s literature – a global award given annually to a person or organisation for their outstanding contribution to children’s and young adult literature.
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An independent coronial inquiry to be established into the Bondi Junction stabbing attack as the state government considers additional measures for security guards - New community safety hub and Increased police presence to take over in Alice Springs when youth curfew ends - And, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese joins world leaders in condemning Ira…
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Indigenous Literacy Foundation wins prestigious international award for exceptional contribution to children's literature - The Federal Opposition questioned Penny Wong's call for the recognition of a Palestinian state - And, Millions of Muslims mark the end of Ramadan...
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