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Two Aboriginal women in crimson t-shirts, one wearing a brown brimmed hat and the other with grey hair and wearing sunglasses, look to camera. In the background is green grass and trees.
Stories | 4 Dec 2019
Two mountains in Central Queensland have been given back their traditional names.
Broadcaster Lorraine Rogers in the recording studio. She is looking at the camera giving the thumbs up.
Stories | 29 Nov 2019
The Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association broadcasts to 29 remote communities across the Top End.
An Aboriginal man with short hair and wearing a black and orange polo necked shirt looks at camera.
Stories | 27 Nov 2019
Signposts near the town of Parkes, NSW point to an ancient gathering spot.
Two Indigenous men and two Indigenous women in black t-shirts stand in a room on a hard floor and behind a banner which says BBM 98.7FM. Behind them are black vertical banners with similar logos and writing.
Stories | 26 Nov 2019
Bumma Bippera Media is a voice for Indigenous people in Far North Queensland.
Young girl in a black jacket looks to camera. Beside her are yellow reeds and behind are rocks.
Stories | 20 Nov 2019
luyni mungalina, a waterfall in Launceston, Tasmania has a special role in traditional dance and ceremonies.
Group of young men stand around a fire placing long sticks over the fire from which smoke arises. In the background are trees, a fence and a light pole.
Stories | 15 Nov 2019
Learning about Warnindilyakwa culture through making a traditional fishing spear.
Aboriginal woman with long black hair and wearing a grey top stands in front of foliage growing on a rocky bank.
Stories | 13 Nov 2019
At Julian Rocks NSW, rests Nguthungulli, the creator of the land and water around Byron Bay.
A woman wearing a uniform and hat, stands on grass in front of a building.
Stories | 11 Nov 2019
‘… we must never fail to remember the terrible destruction of human life…’
Two sets of cricket stumps and bails stand at each end of a narrow green strip of artificial grass. The two middle stumps are bright orange with Indigenous designs. On both sides of the pitch is real grass and in the background are two tall buildings.
Stories | 8 Nov 2019
The middle stump on the cricket pitch is a new way to make an Acknowledgement of Country.
Head and shoulders shot of Aboriginal man with greying beard and wearing a blue checked shirt. In the background is an arid and ochre coloured landscape.
Stories | 6 Nov 2019
Learn about Burringurrah in WA, named after a boy who ran away from tribal initiation.

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