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2013 NAIDOC Scholar of the Year, Dr Mark McMillan, with award presenter Western Australian Governor Malcolm McCusker.
Stories | 6 Aug 2013

The 2013 National NAIDOC Awards were held in Perth recently where 10 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians were honoured for their outstanding achievements and contributions in their chosen fields.

2013 National ‪‎NAIDOC‬‬‬ Award winners
Stories | 31 Jul 2013

This week we are looking at the 2013 National NAIDOC Awards, which were held in Perth recently.

On the road for the Journey to Recognition.
Stories | 29 Jul 2013

Dust, blisters and body-aches were not enough to stop ANU student Charlee-Sue Frail participating in an epic walk from Melbourne to Adelaide in support of constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

The Yung Warriors, winners of the 2012 Deadly Award for Hip Hop Artist of the Year.
Stories | 23 Jul 2013

The finalists have been announced for the 2013 Deadly Awards and people are encouraged to get online and cast their vote.

Picture of the 2013 National NAIDOC Award MCs, Nerelda Jacobs and Ernie Dingo, on stage at the National NAIDOC Awards in Perth last week.
Stories | 19 Jul 2013

The 2013 National NAIDOC Awards were held in Perth last week where 10 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians were honoured for their outstanding achievements and contributions in their chosen fields.

Yirrkala Bark Petitions 50th anniversary ceremony, Yirrkala, NT.
Stories | 12 Jul 2013

Almost 50 years ago, the Yolngu people of Yirrkala in Arnhem Land sent two bark petitions framed by traditional ochre paintings of clan designs to the Australian House of Representatives.

little girl with flag
Stories | 2 Jul 2013

National NAIDOC week kicks off on 7 July and people are encouraged to take part in local events around the country.

Jessica Mauboy, winner of the 2012 Deadly for Female Artist of the Year, performing the finale at last year’s Deadly Awards ceremony.
Stories | 19 Jun 2013

Nominations are now open for the 2013 National Indigenous Music, Sport, Arts and Community Awards, better known as the Deadlys.

Stories | 18 Jun 2013

Music is a major part of community life in Hermannsburg, and for many young people it could be a future career opportunity. In the final part of our three-part special on Hermannsburg, Newslines Radio caught up with organisers and performers at the community’s recent Sounds of Ntaria concert.

Barunga Indigenous Engagement Officer Amanda Ngalmi (front row, second from the right) with her basketball team at the Barunga Festival.
Stories | 15 Jun 2013

More than 3000 people travelled to the remote Northern Territory community of Barunga over the June long-weekend for the 2013 Barunga Sports and Cultural Festival.

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