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2013 Red Ochre Award winner David Gulpilil.
Stories | 29 May 2013

Actor David Gulpilil has won this year’s Red Ochre Award, Australia’s highest peer-assessed award for an Indigenous artist.

Recognise campaigners in the Prime Minister's courtyard on the day the Act of Recognition passed the House of Representatives. Photo: Courtesy of Wayne Quilliam Photography
Stories | 28 May 2013

This week marks the start of National Reconciliation Week and all around the country communities are celebrating this year’s theme “Let’s Talk Recognition.”

Stories | 24 May 2013

Aboriginal artist, Gail Naden, from Gilgandra in NSW has won the 2013 National NAIDOC Poster Competition with her digital artwork titled Claiming our Ground.

NIYLA Students work on their 'Reflection' worksheets and explore personal values.
Stories | 23 May 2013

2012’s NAIDOC Youth of the Year recipient Benson Saulo is the director of the National Indigenous Youth Leadership Academy which connects Indigenous young leaders from communities across Australia as our next generation of leaders.

NIYLA Students discuss the significance of people and place.
Stories | 21 May 2013

Last year’s NAIDOC Youth of the Year Award winner Benson Saulo is the director of the National Indigenous Youth Leadership Academy, which is cultivating our next generation of young leaders.

World Indigenous Network photo competition finalist - Jigalong Rangers out burning country to bring it back to life. Photo: Tim Schneider.
Stories | 10 May 2013

After receiving more than 300 images from 36 countries around the globe it's time for you to help select the winners of the World Indigenous Network's photo competition.

TV News presenter Natalie Ahmat
Stories | 18 Apr 2013

NITV has made an impact since they went free to air on a dedicated Indigenous channel on SBS in December last year.

Stories | 16 Apr 2013

NITV has made an impact on the media landscape since they went free to air on a dedicated channel on SBS in December.

As well as showcasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their culture and providing employment opportunities, NITV can play an important role in getting messages out to communities, particularly around issues like closing the gap.

Head of Production Susan Moylan-Coombs told Newslines that NITV is in a position to be a voice for all indigenous Australians.

Torres Strait Youth Leadership Program graduate Rellis Petrou.
Stories | 10 Apr 2013

Rellis Petro from Thursday Island has a new outlook on life after graduating from the Torres Strait Youth Leadership Program.

photo: Students from Murpatja Anangu School practice Inma.
Stories | 8 Apr 2013

Across the remote communities of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) and Maralinga Tjarutja (MT) Lands, an intergenerational cultural transmission project is under way to save languages and stories from dying out.