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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.

Preschool Readiness Program Aboriginal family support worker Judith Ansell, Alice Springs.
Stories | 12 Apr 2013

The Central Australian Aboriginal Congress, in Alice Springs, is the largest and oldest Aboriginal community controlled health service in the Northern Territory.

Tiwi Islands Indigenous Engagement Officer Mavis Kerinaiua.
Stories | 11 Apr 2013

Through Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory, the Australian Government has made a 10 year commitment to support Aboriginal communities throughout the NT in areas people said are most important to them.

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.

Beswick Indigenous Engagement Officer Deanna Kennedy.
Stories | 9 Apr 2013

Through Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory, the Australian Government has made a 10 year commitment to support Aboriginal communities throughout the NT in areas people said are most important to them.

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.

Kuku Yalanji elder Roy Gibson on the Dreamtime walk, Mossman Gorge Centre.
Stories | 5 Apr 2013

For more than 20 years, Kuku Yalanji elder Roy Gibson has had a dream for his land and his people. When the new $20 million Mossman Gorge Centre, an Indigenous eco-tourism business in the World Heritage listed Daintree National Park, opened with 90 per cent Indigenous staffing in June 2012, Roy’s dream became a reality.

Lorraine Stuart and her daughter Samantha with the fruit basket they won in one of Aputula Community Store’s weekly draws.
Stories | 4 Apr 2013

Healthy food and drink is becoming a more popular choice in the remote Northern Territory community of Aputula thanks to some creative initiatives from the local community store.

Roberta Kalinic with her children Curtisha and Develliers, and Robinson River Crèche coordinator Bertha Cochran.
Stories | 3 Apr 2013

The Robinson River Crèche, operated by Mungoorbada Aboriginal Corporation, is helping to change the lives of families in the remote Northern Territory Indigenous community.

Yana Ross shares her career aspirations at a Black and Deadly workshop on the Gold Coast, QLD.
Stories | 2 Apr 2013

Black and Deadly is a series of regular workshops and gatherings for Indigenous female students aged 13 to 18 who are at risk of disengaging from Queensland Gold Coast schools.

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