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Koori Kitchen Lismore was set up to provide meals to people affected by devastating floods in Lismore and surrounding communities earlier this year. The Kitchen quickly morphed into a huge hub offering not just food but also essential necessities as well as mental and social support.
 
Uluru statement leaders release ad campaign in support of First Nations Voice referendum - Cost of Living, budget and independent commission against corruption back on the agenda as parliament returns - Italy on track to have its first female prime minister and most far-right leader since World War Two ...…
 
Barkindji man Kent Morris a multitalented artist and CEO of The Torch sat down with NITV Radio’s Sarka Pechova to talk about his artwork both past and present as well as The Torch: an organisation that uses art, creativity and connection to culture to help inmates and former inmates in Victoria.
 
A retired Indigenous AFL player not surprised by Hawthorn racism scandal and calls for wider investigation into the entire AFL - Concerns about identity theft for millions of Australians after a cyberattack on Optus - Debate about an Australian republic continues, as federal parliament reconvenes...
 
‘Welcome to not my Country’ is Blak Douglas’ entry in Waterfront Whale Tales art exhibition. “What people are looking at in my example in this beautiful exhibition is quite possibly the first ever artwork created that speaks about internal politics, and local internal politics.” – Blak Douglas.
 
Presented by Rachel Perkins, this polemic documentary series reveals the extraordinary story of Australia’s First Wars. It will unearth the 100 year long history of the frontier conflict that has often buried, whitewashed or ignored. By challenging our past, it asks Australians who we are, and who we want to become as a nation.…
 
Victorian premier Daniel Andrews vows to rename the Maroondah hospital to honour Queen Elizabeth II despite Indigenous opposition - Mourners rush to Westminster Hall before the queue to visit Queen Elizabeth II's coffin closes - And, the federal government creates a new disaster management body ahead of a difficult summer...…
 
Uncle Jack Charles unleashes (his words) the story of his extraordinary life as a survivor of the Stolen Generations who emerged against insurmountable odds as a revered performer and a statesman dedicating his later years furthering the causes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as well as speaking up for the forgotten and downtrodden …
 
Leah Lui-Chivizhe’s new book, 'Masked Histories – Turtle Shell Masks and Torres Strait Islander People', celebrates unique Torres Strait Islander turtle shell masks that were taken or traded by Europeans throughout the nineteenth century.
 
Our people have always been able to nurture the country; nurture the land, recognise waterways and the changing of those waterways so that we don’t over-farm, we don’t over-utilise not just the food but also the fauna that are there. The flora we look after comes back to help us in our seasons. And each of our people around the country have differe…
 
Through the ‘The red thread of history, loose ends’ exhibition, Judy Watson, a Waanyi woman, and Helen Johnson, a second-generation immigrant of Anglo descent explore complex and varied perspectives on colonisation, the colonial legacy and the role of women along with motherhood and family.
 
"When people realise that it is not handouts that we want’ it is a hand-up and giving us the opportunity to have access to country; to work alongside the modern world if you like and explain to them how we read and see country - and our methods don’t impact on the outcomes that they want. The outcomes and the goals are the same." - Wurundjeri Woi-w…
 
“We are now expected to accept, for the greater good of the rest of the Australian population, the desecration of country that we have called home, that has nurtured us for thousands and thousands of years.” - Dr Debra Dank at iDEA 2022 conference.
 
THE PAW HOUSE BAND is the studio session players at PAW Music studios based in Yuendumu. While on a working visit to Melbourne, members the band dropped into NITV Radio for a yarn. The group is celebrating a back catalogue of ‘bush band’ songs – and performing songs from a desert music history that spans 50 years.…
 
"I’m going to use the opportunity not to talk about myself, but to talk about how experience and knowledge and activities is really a relational thing in the blackfella sense; that I have been thinking a lot about. Stories and things that happened to people and my family and how those experiences are passed on. Whether it is my grandmother writing …
 
NSW Indigenous communities worst impacted by the state government’s delayed response to the Ice inquiry - The Prime Minister says the Jobs and Skills summit is making good progress with 140 groups working together - Boris Johnson has delivered his final speech as UK Prime Minister...
 
“We are seeing our cultural heritage sites and our homeland as high value. We want to get the best deal, the best opportunity for our people to continue to grow generationally. Projects are known to stay in the area for 50 plus years. That is a lot of land that we have to give up as a sacrifice. We don’t want that to be an expectation from governme…
 
Fossil fuel companies' plans to reduce emissions won't meet the Paris target of 1.5°C - Researchers have made a new faster-charging hydrogen fuel cell – what does it mean? - Engineers have discovered a way to replace the gravel and crushed rock in concrete with rubber from old tyres - A new ultra-thin but tough implantable material could treat spin…
 
Community divided over government’s move to recruit Shaquille O’Neal to promote Indigenous Voice to parliament - An agreement has been reached to avert further NSW train strikes - Jacinda Ardern admits the body of a New Zealand soldier who died defending Ukraine may never be returned home...
 
Health practitioners need help to offer support for domestic violence victims - Propelling women into STEM – Applications open for Elevate scholarships - Non-native amphibians and reptiles are costing Australia billions of dollars each year- And a study of food served in a youth detention centre in South Australia gives insights into the role diet …
 
'Connections across the Coral Sea: A Story of movement' is a Queensland Museum exhibition revealing the international trade and relationships between ancient seafaring cultures of southern New Guinea, Torres Strait and the east coast of North Queensland dating back thousands of years.
 
First Nations education leaders are calling for an increase in funding for Indigenous-run education - Bill Shorten says senior coalition ministers and former Prime Minister Scott Morrison may be brought before the Robodebt Royal Commission - And, the Greens have accused the government of undoing their own climate legislation...…
 
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