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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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An Indigenous boy’s suicide while in state care raises questions about the system’s capacity amid rising numbers in out of home care - A 16-year-old boy charged with a terrorism offence over an alleged stabbing at a Sydney church - And, the United States vetoes a Palestinian request for full membership to the United Nations Organisation...…
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A Spectacle Under the Stars: The 2024 Parrtjima Festival in Alice Springs is underway (12-21 April) boasting stunning new light installations alongside captivating art, music, and talks. Parrtjima's Director of Cultural Engagement, Paul Ah Chee, describes the 2024 festival's opening ceremony as the biggest yet. This free, 10-night event celebrates …
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An independent coronial inquiry to be established into the Bondi Junction stabbing attack as the state government considers additional measures for security guards - New community safety hub and Increased police presence to take over in Alice Springs when youth curfew ends - And, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese joins world leaders in condemning Ira…
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Warwick Thornton's "The New Boy" keeps collecting accolades! The film recently won the prestigious American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Spotlight Award, adding to its growing list of honors. Featuring Aswan Reid's debut performance alongside Cate Blanchett and Deborah Mailman, the film received critical acclaim and is set to premiere in the U…
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Powerhouse Parramatta and Cité internationale des Arts have announced Sydney-based Worimi and Biripi guri architect, Jack Gilmer, as one of the recipients of the 2024 galang residency program. Gilmer's project aims to investigate the display and treatment of Indigenous artifacts and collections, addressing the colonial history of museology. With a …
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Jody Rallah, a multidisciplinary Yuggera and Biri artist from Brisbane, has been selected for the 2024 galang residency program. Rallah's project focuses on the application of Braille and other tactile language systems in haptic art-making approaches. With a goal to deepen her understanding of cultural preservation through architecture and curated …
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Joseph Collinson, a Kungarakan man, shares his journey of becoming a teacher and his mission to bring more Indigenous representation to the education sector. Through his involvement in the 'Be That Teacher' campaign, Joseph aims to inspire future generations and bridge the gap in Indigenous representation in teaching roles.…
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Federal Cross-bench MPs Push for Enhanced Powers for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner - Australia announces a new 4.6 billion dollar deal with the United Kingdom as part of the AUKUS deal - And, the United States puts forward a ceasefire in Gaza vote resolution to the United Nations Security Council...…
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Coinciding with Harmony Day and the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, the National Indigenous Youth Education Coalition (NIYEC) is releasing its groundbreaking "The School Exclusion Project" research report. Hailed as an Australian-first, the research delves into the historical roots of exclusion faced by Aboriginal an…
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More kids, most of them Indigenous will end up behind bars under proposed changes to the NSW youth bail laws - Labor says it's 'not too worried' by Queensland by-election results, despite substantial swings towards the Liberal National Party in Inala and Ipswich West - And, Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers his first speech following his wi…
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First Nation businesses are losing millions yearly due to "black cladding," an unjust practice in taxpayer-funded contracts. Matthew Karakoulakis, CEO of AMK Law, a 100% Indigenous owned legal firm, has just launched BaM; a masterclass series aiming to identify and eradicate “black cladding”. In our conversation, Matthew elaborates on the detriment…
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A 1-billion-dollar package unveiled to fully fund all schools in the Northern Territory, including those in remote First Nations communities - The government forced to reissue visas to immigration detainees after a legal bungle - And, negotiators in the Middle East are hopeful a ceasefire deal can be reached on Gaza during the month of Ramadan...…
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Calls for calm ensue as police charge a Broome man for allegedly restraining three children with cable ties outside his home. Associate Professor Hannah McGlade from Curtin Law School condemns the incident, citing it as vigilante-like behavior targeting young Aboriginal children. McGlade highlights systemic racism and the lack of prosecution for ra…
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