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"Racist" introduction to smoking stereotypes report sparks outcry
The introduction to an ABC report on a new smoking study has sparked a backlash after listing Indigenous people among negative "...
Giovanni Torre 20 Feb 2024
Indigenous Mental Health advocates launch 'Good Yarn Guidelines' for media
Advocates for Indigenous Mental Health recently launched 'Good Yarn Guidelines', a new initiative that aims to reduce the social...
Jess Whaler 24 Oct 2023
Desert Mob exhibition to include 35 Art Centres across Mparntwe/Alice Springs
Hundreds of Aboriginal artists will gather on Thursday for a unique celebration of desert culture in the heart of Australia.  I...
Rhiannon Clarke 6 Sep 2023
Nova Peris and Destiny Batman-Peris to report from Garma Festival for National Indigenous Times
Champion Olympian and community leader Nova Peris OAM and her daughter Destiny Batman-Peris will provide unique insights into th...
Giovanni Torre 31 Jul 2023
Leading news role opens up as National Indigenous Times eyes further east coast growth
A rare opportunity to play a leading editorial role in a rapidly expanding news organisation has been created at the National In...
Tom Zaunmayr 8 Nov 2022
Hilux converted into roving karaoke and movie machine for remote Kimberley communities

A trusty Toyota Hilux has been converted into a roving entertainment machine to bring karaoke, movies and discos to remote Kimberley communities. The conversion, undertaken by K...

Tamati Smith Nov 4, 2022
Indigenous primary school students find their voice on Noongar Radio's Koorlangkas Takeover Week

Indigenous primary school children are on the air this week as part of Noongar Radio’s Koorlangkas (Children’s) Takeover Week. The takeover, part of National Children’s Week cel...

Giovanni Torre Oct 25, 2022
Total Control renewed for third season, new Indigenous horror film gets full-length feature expansion deal

ABC political drama Total Control, starring Deborah Mailman, is back for a third season following an injection of funding for a number of uniquely Australian works. The $12 mill...

Jarred Cross Sep 3, 2022
Linda Burney promises release of Indigenous Voice details before referendum

Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister Linda Burney has slapped down suggestions Australians will be asked to support a constitutionally-enshrined Voice to Parliament without knowing...

Tom Zaunmayr Aug 2, 2022
First east coast NIT print publication hits the streets amid readership boom and digital transformation

To say the past six months at the National Indigenous Times has been big would be an understatement. Since January, we have grown from three journalists to eight and now have re...

Tom Zaunmayr Jul 20, 2022
Arnhem Land radio station legacy grows in out of this world broadcast

When Yolngu Radio station manager Will Porter was asked what was next for the Arnhem Land broadcasters he joked "taking over the world". It doesn't seem entirely out of the ques...

Jarred Cross Jul 8, 2022
Media slammed as 'piece of cloth' receives more coverage than murdered Aboriginal baby

Federal Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe has called out media double standards as debate rages all week about Australian flag controversies amid a government apology over a shocking ser...

Tom Zaunmayr Jun 24, 2022
Albert McNamara shares his experience with racism to reverse white-washing of history

Uncle Albert McNamara is a respected Elder who is part of the truth telling project Ngaluk Waangkiny (us talking) launched in celebration for this year's Reconciliation Week. Bo...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 20, 2022
Noongar man Phil Walleystack yarns with Elders in new podcast series

‘Ni means listen’ is a podcast where Phil Walleystack, a Noongar man, yarns with ten respected Noongar Elders in Boorloo (Perth). Giving them the chance to tell their stories ab...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 13, 2022
Film following fight to defend Aboriginal heritage takes centrestage at NSW festival

The Lake of Scars, a new documentary about Aboriginal heritage, the environment and reconciliation, was the only Australian film competing at the international Antenna Festival in...

Giovanni Torre May 13, 2022
Decorated Ngarluma filmmaker to launch Indigenous streaming platform

An Indigenous-focused premium streaming service to be created by a multi-award winning Ngarluma filmmaker is slated to be live by the end of the year. IndigiFlix is the brainchi...

Tom Zaunmayr Mar 8, 2022
Sara Bergmann appointed to National Indigenous Times board

Young Nykina-Nyul Nyul woman Sara Bergmann has been appointed to the National Indigenous Times board as the company eyes significant growth. At just 25 years of age Ms Bergmann...

Tom Zaunmayr Mar 4, 2022
Māpuna: new program showcases Aotearoa's diverse Māori voices

RNZ National has launched a magazine-style show called Māpuna which features Māori from across Aotearoa. Hosted by acclaimed broadcaster Julian Wilcox (Ngāpuhi, Te Arawa), Māpun...

Giovanni Torre Feb 11, 2022
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