Tonight on NITV

AUNTY CORAL WILSON TONIGHT 6:30pm on NITV (replayed at 11:30pm and tomorrow morning @ 10:30am) Adelaide Living Legend Aunty Coral Wilson reflects on her life from Point Pearce Mission to receiving lifetime achievement awards for her work in the Nunga community. A short documentary in which Aunty Coral tells it like nobody else can! Written […]

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2013 Australia – Significant Aboriginal Dates in Aboriginal History

Wednesday 30th October 2013 On this day in 1975 The Racial Discrimination Act came into effect (Lateral Love Australia’s Co-Founders & Directors William Brian Butler (aged 49) and Nicola Butler (aged almost 1 year) before this Act even came into effect). The Racial Discrimination Act 1975 aims to ensure that people of all backgrounds are treated […]

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Community Announcement – Tauondi College Open Day

Adelaide, South Australia Hi everyone, Just a friendly reminder: We are SO happy to announce that Ellie Lovegrove will be performing at the Tauondi College Open Day from 12pm onwards and we would love to see as many people from the community come down to support her fresh from the stage of The X Factor. The days […]

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2013 Australia – Significant Aboriginal Dates in Aboriginal History

Monday 28th October 2013 Today is the 179th Anniversary of the Pinjarra Massacre and Battle which took place in 1834 THE BINDJAREB NYUNGARS At the time of settlement, the Bilyidar (‘river’) Bindjareb Nyungars were made up of three family groups with main camps in what are now the Mandurah, Pinjarra and North Dandalup areas. They […]

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One to put on your must see list!

SYNOPSIS For the first time in movie history, audiences will truly see and feel what it was like when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. WALKING WITH DINOSAURS is the ultimate immersive, big screen adventure for families. Meet dinosaurs more real than you’ve ever seen as you take off on a thrilling prehistoric adventure, where Patchi, an […]

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2013 Australia – Significant Aboriginal Dates in Aboriginal History

Friday 25th October 2013 Today is the 28th Anniversary of the 1985 Hand Back of Uluru (Ayers Rock) to the Traditional Owners Today, the Uluru Katatjuta Aboriginal Land Trust holds the title to Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park. The Park is bordered by the Katiti Aboriginal Land Trust to the north and east, and the Petermann […]

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Quote of the Day

“Rampant poverty, which has festered for far too long, is linked to social unrest and threats to peace and security. On this International Day, let us make an investment in our common future by helping to lift people out of poverty so that they, in turn, can help to transform our world.” ~ Secretary-General Ban […]

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2013 Australia – Significant Aboriginal Dates in Aboriginal History

Wednesday 16th October 2013 Today is World Food Day Visit the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations In some ways, the world seems more prosperous, connected and global than ever before. Yet hundreds of millions of people are just struggling to survive. Parents go to bed at night with the deep anguish that […]

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2013 Australia – Significant Aboriginal Dates in Aboriginal History

Wednesday 16th October 2013 Today is International Day for the Eradication of Poverty United Nations Events – Poverty Day The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty has been observed every year since 1993, when the UN General Assembly, by resolution 47/196, designated this day to promote awareness of the need to eradicate poverty and […]

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