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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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“When we get the opportunity to speak about culture, speak about the history of the journey it is very important to take that opportunity because, if you are the spokesperson today you are educating the next generation.” – Mau Power
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NAIDOC Week conversation with Professor Maree Toombs, a proud Euahlayi and Kooma woman, who has been at the forefront of developing culturally appropriate strategies to address the disproportionate mental health challenges faced by First Nations people.
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Conversation wiht Mitch Tambo about his latest musical project, "Tambo Jamz Vol.1"; a transcendent collection of instrumental soundscapes that defy genre boundaries, marrying the didgeridoo with different styles ranging from rock to county through jazz, pop, reggae and many more. In our yarn, Mitch also shared a 2024 NAIDOC Week message.…
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Indigenous youth leaders in Alice Springs speak about ways forward after the latest curfew - Senator says increased Domestic Violence service funding is welcome but comes too late - And, Russia claims it was NOT behind the fatal attack on Kyiv's main children's hospital ...
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First Nations Elders say this year's NAIDOC Week is a source of strength - New South Wales Premier Chris Minns says the deaths of three children in a Sydney house fire is a "horrifying crime" - And, France on course for a hung parliament, with a leftist alliance unexpectedly taking the top spot in the election ...…
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Jeremy Donovan, a Kuku-Yalanji and Gumbaynngirr man, is one of the standout speakers at the International Conference on Thinking (ICOT 2024). Jeremy is renowned for his work with young Indigenous men and his dedication to bridging the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
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In her new book, 'Reaching Through Time', historian and author Shauna Bostock embarks on a journey to find her family histories, sifting painstakingly through private and public records. Along the way she uncovers startling details about her family with links to slave traders, a great Indigenous cricketer who bowled out Don Bradman and many other i…
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In her gripping memoir, "Shades of Me," Ngunnawal woman Melinda Brown shares her profound journey of self-discovery and cultural awakening, set against the backdrop of NAIDOC Week. As Aboriginal families continue to face challenges, Mel’s story stands as a testament to one woman's relentless fight to preserve and protect her community.…
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UQP has announced the new additions to its First Nations Classics: Series Two, release (June 2024). This collection features new introductions by prominent First Nations writers, honoring iconic Indigenous voices that have significantly shaped Australia’s literary landscape.
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'ngiyang' is the Wiradyuri word for ‘language’. In this episode host Lowanna Grant introduces her Pop, Uncle Stan Grant Snr, and the story of his life's work to reclaim the Wiradyuri language. Lowanna shares her own personal language journey, along with stories from other Wiradyuri language learners and teachers about how their lives as Wiradyuri p…
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Banking watchdog sanctions Westpac over sudden branch closure in remote predominantly First Nations community - Inflation figures on the rise, with the consumer rate sitting at four per cent for the twelve months to May - And, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange set to return to Australia later today after pleading guilty in U-S court for espionage ch…
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A Yolŋu elder and researcher welcomes the federal government’s announced support for birthing on-country project - The prime minister names former New South Wales treasurer Matt Kean as chair of the Climate Change Authority - And, crossbench politicians to introduce legislation to make housing a human right in Australia...…
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Djirra explains to parliamentary inquiry how Indigenous women are made invisible in family violence data - Opposition leader Peter Dutton reveals sites of proposed nuclear reactors - And, Victoria set to raise the minimum age of criminal responsibility to 12 ...
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“Walking the Rock Country in Kakadu” is a new illustrated children’s book book by Diane Lucas and Ben Tyler, with illustrations by Emma Long. The book aims to share the natural and cultural wonders of Kakadu with young readers, showcasing the unique geology, flora, and fauna of the region, as well as the rich Indigenous heritage and stories associa…
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QLD Police Minister refutes claims Indigenous advisory body dismissed for calling out racism in the state's force - The Chinese Premier at federal Parliament for his meeting with Anthony Albanese - And, a new Poll shows Peter Dutton ahead of Anthony Albanese as preferred PM for the first time...
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Gamilaroi elder Aunty Beryl van Oploo, Australians from migrant communities among 737 honored in King's Birthday list - The federal coalition says it's committed to the Paris Agreement but will scrap Australian climate targets - And in A-F-L, Carlton Coach Michael Voss says his team deserves their second-place spot on ladder.…
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Conversation with Jordan Gould and Richard Pritchard about their 3rd book of Wylah’s adventure series. The series celebrates Indigenous Australian culture, blending action, fantasy, and historical elements into an exciting reading experience for younger readers.
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Shelley Ware, a proud Yankunytjatjara and Wirangu woman, discusses with NITV Radio an eSafety campaign aimed at raising awareness about online safety for First Nations communities. The campaign highlights the Online Safety Act 2021, which protects Australians from severe online abuse, including unauthorized explicit image sharing, illegal content, …
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First Nations community leader reiterate call to progress Indigenous rights during Reconciliation Week - Penny Wong denounces Peter Dutton’s threats to leave International Criminal Court - And, a weekend of upsets in the National Rugby League...
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Now More Than Ever, is the theme for Reconciliation Week 2024, reminding all Australians that no matter what, we continue to stand up and fight for justice and the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, every single day.
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