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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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Sydney, NSW

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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.

Language:

Multilingual

Contact:

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


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Indigenous homeownership on the rise

10/20/2017
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In just 3 months more than half the Indigenous people projected to take home ownership in the current financial year under the Indigenous Homeownership Program are already enjoying homeownership.

Duration: 00:06:57


Parrtjima: a festival of light and sound

10/7/2017
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The second annual Parrtjima, a festival of light, transformed Alice Springs’s Desert Park into a mesmerising gallery of light and sound for ten days from the 22 of September to the 1 of October.

Duration: 00:12:41


Blue Card and Foster Care system review a safety guard for children in QLD

9/22/2017
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The review of the Blue Card and Foster Care system in Queensland will see children better protected and supports the introduction of an online system and application process for Blue Cards. ()

Duration: 00:09:21


Rene Woods MILDRIN speaking on inquiry into Murray Darling Basin

9/22/2017
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"We can't just be put in one sector of the water framework, we are across everything. We want to have economic benefits out of water. Other basin states are opening up allocation of water that are tradeable and meet our cultural needs and water delivery on country." ()

Duration: 00:08:31


Child protection program crucial to keeping children Aboriginal children safe in Victoria

9/19/2017
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Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women experiencing family violence to access legal services before their matter goes to court can prevent children from being removed from their family. ()

Duration: 00:07:33


7TH NATIONAL GALLERY OF AUSTRALIA INDIGENOUS ARTS LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

9/18/2017
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Exploring behind the scenes at this years 7th National Gallery of Australia Indigenous Arts Leadership Program is set to discover and take a look inside the worlds most inspiring building. ()

Duration: 00:08:46


Yala Gari is 'Speaking the Truth' with Lorna Munro

9/18/2017
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Red Room Poetry newest Program 'Yala Gari is set to deliver 10 days of Language and Writing for students to Speak their own truth. ()

Duration: 00:06:55


Planting Poetry with Ryan Prehn

9/18/2017
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Red Room Poetry new program takes New Shoots to Poetry and nature. ()

Duration: 00:06:05


Traditonal owner urge a 'systemic fix' and holistic view on river systems

9/13/2017
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Culturally significant areas aren't getting the water they used due to and non compliant methods of taking water from the river system. ()

Duration: 00:08:31


Planting Poetry with Ryan Prehn

9/13/2017
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Red Room Poetry new program takes New Shoots to Poetry and nature. ()

Duration: 00:06:05


Student Doctor Adriane Houghton Helping her Community

9/7/2017
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3rd year Student Doctor pushing boundries in her community ()

Duration: 00:08:00


Fathers Day lockdown at Risdom Prison highlights serious issues of overcrowding and understaffing

9/7/2017
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The union representing prison officers says inmates at one of the country's biggest jails are being forced to sleep on cell floors because of an over-crowding crisis. ()

Duration: 00:08:56


Speech-sign the unspoken language of Yognu people

9/5/2017
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A seminar on Biomodal Bilingualism on the topic of Speech sign and was presented at the Charles darwin University last week with the view of sharing the research and communication practice of alternaive languages used by Yolngu people in Arnhem Land. Charles Darwin University professional fellow Dany Adone has been working with Yolgnu people for more than 20 years and explains how First Nations people have a history of other forms of communication other than speech. ()

Duration: 00:07:46


A new book addresses the elephant in the room of judicial bigotry

9/4/2017
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reviewed racism and bigotry instututionalised in the judicial system focusing on Judges who don't acknowldge their cultural biasis. ()

Duration: 00:14:59


Students attend industry schools exchange with NITV Radio

8/31/2017
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ATSI Industry Skills Exchange gave students from Central Yorke Skill a change to see what the future could bring them on employment and tranining opprtunitiies. ()

Duration: 00:13:29


Abbot Point in urgent need for pollution mitigation works

8/28/2017
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McKay conservation group is calling on Adani mining group to start engineering work without delay at the Abbot Point coal terminal to secure it from storms and cyclones and avoid the repeat pollution of the Reef coast and the Caley valley. ()

Duration: 00:06:25


Dr Josie Douglas winner of the 2017 WEH Stanner Award

8/28/2017
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Alice Springs based researcher and policy officer Dr Josie Douglas is the recipient of the 2017 W E H Stanner award for a manuscript about Indigenous Ecological Knowledge in the lives of young Aboriginal people in Central Australia. ()

Duration: 00:06:04


Music is my reality with Eskatology

8/28/2017
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Emerging from South Australia's underground hip hop scene, Eskatology has reached audiences around the world and continues connecting other cultures together through music. ()

Duration: 00:05:20


The Australia Day debate

8/25/2017
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Debate is growing across the country about scrapping Australia Day celebrations on January the 26th as a sign of respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. ()

Duration: 00:02:17


Poet Theresa Creed joins QLD Poetry Festival

8/23/2017
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Theresa says when she writes "It's comes from my heart". ()

Duration: 00:06:36

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