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This World Theatre Day we’re recognising 60 years of NIDA and its dramatic contribution to theatre in Australia.
Explore the 2018 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards using our fun new augmented reality tool!
It's Youtube for Indigenous content and it's brimming with insightful, entertaining and educational material....
The ancestral remains have been returned to Australia from the Natural History Museum in London, United Kingdom.
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Summary of the Repatriation of Kaurna Old Person from the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm Sweden.
What better way to celebrate International Children's Book Day than with a truly Australian book.
Want to know how you can get involved in the 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages?
Australian communications, music, regional media and cultural institutions will receive a $393.7 million boost in the 2019-20 Federal Budget.
With Easter and the school holidays fast approaching, find out what’s on to keep the family entertained at our national cultural institutions.
To mark World Health Day we take a look at a unique Indigenous mindfulness app helping Aboriginal communities tackle stress and maintain mental...
Collections from the past are playing a role in reviving Indigenous languages.
Three repatriation ceremonies will be held in April to return Australian Indigenous ancestors from 5 collecting institutions in Germany.
Rising hip-hop star and Young Australian of the Year, Danzel Baker, aka Baker Boy is singing the praises of Indigenous languages.
Explore Australia’s arts and culture activities this April! Experience music festivals, exhibitions, screenings and much more.
In the lead-up to International Women's Day 2019 on Friday 8 March we are highlighting extraordinary women working to preserve Indigenous languages.
A unique 50 cent coin has been produced by the Royal Australian Mint to commemorate the 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages (IY2019).
Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park is one of only four Australian world heritage areas to be recognised for both its cultural and natural importance.
Australia is a large continent prone to many and varied seasonal weather events such as floods, droughts, snow, rain, hail and heatwaves.
Shining the spotlight on multi-award winning Noongar author Kim Scott to mark World Book and Copyright Day.
Up-and-coming female musicians in the Northern Territory are using songs to keep their culture and language alive.