Rank #1: The NITV Podcast - Bush superfoods
Indigenous people have known the qualities and properties of native bush foods for millennia. Now the rest of the world wants a taste of it.
Sep 23 2020
Rank #2: New tools help early detection of hearing loss in Indigenous children
“The PLUM and HATS tools will help build awareness and empower parents and carers to talk about their bub’s listening and communication skills. As part of standard care for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, these tools could help make a difference to the lives and futures of many children.” – Sam Harkus.
Sep 18 2020
Rank #3: The NITV Podcast – Mental health where to now?
In this episode of The NITV podcast we look at the current state of mental health and suicide rates for Indigenous Australians.
Sep 17 2020
Rank #4: How PLUM and HATS unlocked little boy’s potential
Kaylah shares her experience using PLUM and HATS resources to identify her 3-year-old son’s hearing loss at an early stage and seeking appropriate treatment.
Sep 16 2020
Rank #5: Indigenous entrepreneur, Glenda Pastoor on how to reframe a business during Covid
QLD business owner, Glenda Pastoor, shares her experiences as a First Nation’s business owner, and how she has needed to Invigorate, Build and Maintain her business in a challenging year.
Sep 15 2020
Rank #6: Aboriginal artwork featured on VOGUE Australia for the very first time
Anangu Pitjantjatjara Artist Betty Muffler will feature her beautiful artwork on the September issue of VOGUE magazine. It’s the first time in VOGUE Australia's 60-year history an artwork has been featured on the cover of the magazine.
Sep 11 2020
Rank #7: ‘There’s more to say after R U OK?’- Casey Donovan
On R U OK?Day it is important to inspire and empower everyone to meaningfully connect with friends, family and colleagues who might be struggling with life.
Sep 10 2020
Rank #8: The NITV Podcast - Prison radio gives freedom to Indigenous voices
In this episode of The NITV podcast we explore the world of broadcasting from behind and beyond the prison gates.
Sep 09 2020
Rank #9: Kamilaroi artist,Mitch Tambo named ambassador for UNICEF Australia
Mitch Tambo joins global organisation advocating for children’s rights and progress.
Sep 09 2020
Rank #10: Help is here – there’s no place for family or domestic violence in our communities
“We need to let people who are experiencing family or domestic violence know there are people out there who can help. If you know someone who is a victim of domestic violence, or suspect it, you need to speak up.” - Jeremy Donovan.
Sep 08 2020