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Welcome to SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program. Broadcasting in English, we cover national news, current affairs and sport.We also bring our listeners news from other indigenous communities around the world in an effort to promote understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal culture. SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program is one of only two national indigenous radio programs in Australia.

Welcome to SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program. Broadcasting in English, we cover national news, current affairs and sport.We also bring our listeners news from other indigenous communities around the world in an effort to promote understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal culture. SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program is one of only two national indigenous radio programs in Australia.
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Location:

Sydney, NSW

Description:

Welcome to SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program. Broadcasting in English, we cover national news, current affairs and sport.We also bring our listeners news from other indigenous communities around the world in an effort to promote understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal culture. SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program is one of only two national indigenous radio programs in Australia.

Language:

Multilingual

Contact:

SBS Radio Sydney Locked Bag 028 Crows Nest NSW 1585 Australia (02) 9430 2828


Episodes

Federal Government pushes for nationwide mobile ban in schools

9/16/2019
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The Federal Government is pushing the states to follow Victoria's lead and introduce blanket mobile phone bans in schools with evidence the technology is affecting the ability of students to learn.

Duration:00:02:36

Meereeng 50 paves pathways for Victoria’s Indigenous business owners to thrive

9/16/2019
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Meereeng 50 accelerator program will support, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses providing them with mentoring, coaching and networking opportunities to help them benefit from the very best market opportunities.

Duration:00:08:13

NITV radio news 16/09/2019

9/16/2019
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Latest news from NITV radio

Duration:00:07:56

Multilingual phone app hopes to help cut Australia's road toll

9/13/2019
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A world-first app is being rolled out to help migrants and tourists better understand Australia's driving rules in a bid to reduce the road toll.

Duration:00:03:41

A yarn with Mudburra artist Ray Dimakarri Dixon about his debut album

9/13/2019
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Standing Strong is the stunning first solo album from singer/songwriter and Mudburra man Ray Dimakarri Dixon.

Duration:00:15:30

‘Your time with B’

9/13/2019
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Some of the most unbelievable stories gleaned on the World Wide Web this week.

Duration:00:05:33

Social media, body image and lifestyle

9/13/2019
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"A lot of people don’t realise that those perfect bodies on social media have been shaped over many years of training and hard work. Set your own realistic goals." – Jeffey Morgan

Duration:00:06:12

NITV radio news 13/09/2019

9/13/2019
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Latest news from NITV radio

Duration:00:08:14

Drawing on age-old knowledge and skills in country's defence

9/11/2019
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In Far North Queensland, Indigenous troops are bringing unique ways of working with - and living off - the land to the front lines.

Duration:00:06:47

Opposition calls for Energy Minister to be sacked

9/11/2019
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The Federal Opposition has called for the Energy Minister, Angus Taylor, to be sacked, accusing him of failing to declare a personal interest in a family business linked to an investigation into illegal land-clearing.

Duration:00:02:50

Indigenous Australians at risk amid lack of culturally appropriate aged care

9/11/2019
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Health workers are warning of a looming crisis in aged care services for Aboriginal Australians, saying the lack of culturally appropriate care is not just in remote communities, but in metropolitan areas as well.

Duration:00:03:52

NITV radio News 11/09/2019

9/11/2019
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Latest news from NITV radio

Duration:00:08:21

Architectural projects making a difference in remote communities

9/9/2019
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The Bower Studio project has launched an exhibition showcasing architectural designs resulting in a close collaboration between the University of Melbourne and Indigenous communities.

Duration:00:09:17

NITV radio news 09/09/2019

9/9/2019
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Latest news from NITV radio

Duration:00:09:44

When is it okay to ask “R U OK?”

9/6/2019
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“Everyone should be asking R U OK?” every day of the year; not just on R U OK?Day” - Kevin Heath

Duration:00:08:54

Flando's Full-time 06/09/2019

9/6/2019
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Ash Barty chasing another Grand Slam title and potentially retaining number one ranking after US Open; AFL finals round underway and upcoming special NITV report about CJ McCarthy-Grogan.

Duration:00:09:13

NITV radio News 06/09/2019

9/6/2019
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Latest news from NITV radio

Duration:00:12:32

Fitness and well-being advice by Jeffrey Morgan

9/6/2019
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"Getting into a healthy lifestyle should be about you being you on your own journey. It is about you improving yourself daily." - Jeffrey Morgan

Duration:00:09:20

Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander women urged to celebrate sound this Women’s Health Week

9/6/2019
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“If we think about the role of the mothers and the women in the community, they look after our children, it is important for them to be aware of their hearing and have their hearing checked as part of good health.” - Selma Kum-Sing

Duration:00:06:01

White Tears/Brown Scars - what happens when racism and sexism collide

9/4/2019
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Conversation with Ruby Hamad author of White Tears/Brown Scars, a book that attempts to deconstruct and contextualise the dynamic between white women and women of colour.

Duration:00:27:55