A company plans to develop land around the former Deebing Creek Mission and cemetery, causing upset among the traditional owners who protest against the company to save their land.
Mikayla travels six hours a day from her island home to get an education and rarely misses a day of school. This doesn't surprise her friends, because this talented young leader has a bright future.
Frustrated by a lack of understanding of Aboriginal culture in his Country, Mark Koolmatrie is on a mission to educate and share his ongoing connection to Country and self.
Ngarrindjeri and Kaurna man Allan Sumner, a local artist who has dedicated his life to creating art as a legacy for his family, and takes the bold step of launching an Aboriginal cultural centre.
Introducing the talented triple threat Taj Jamieson. This young Broome man can act, dance, and he can sing.
The visionary people of Woorabinda are taking matters of community into their own hands, and they're doing it their way and integrating culture into everyday life.
This is the story of Aunty June Murray who grew up in a mission, worked as a domestic servant, and helped her community. In 2019, at 91 years of age, she was awarded the Order of Australia.
Aunty Barbara Simms is a well-known La Perouse Aboriginal Elder, born and raised on the beaches of Lapa. A Bidjigal and Wadi Wadi woman, Aunty Barb is an active member of her community.
Joel Brown, a Gunditjmara man, is heading home. He'll meet family, friends, see country, and learn about family and his people's history.
The track from Oodnadatta to Marree is old, really old. It predates the Silk Road by about 50,000 years and was a traditional trade route for the Arabana people for over a thousand generations.
This story of determination explores an Indigenous-led school program that's achieving real educational outcomes for the lives of disadvantaged kids from regional and remote Australia.
The Ibarra brothers from Indigibee Bee Rescue open their backyards, to share the wonderful world of native bees they rehabilitate and relocate using traditional Indigenous practices.
Kaizi has been producing premium unrefined coconut oil for over 30 years. Now the owner of a thriving family business, Kaizi shares his family's story of continuing a cultural legacy.
Lavene, a Wankangurru/Adnyamathanha woman, is stuck in Community life and the unrelenting demands of people, until a chance encounter with a travelling mentor changes her direction.
A day in the life of Carol George, a Wurundjeri/Bidawel singer-songwriter-rapper, YouTube sensation, mother of five, and survivor of domestic violence, as she juggles motherhood and music-making.
Gunditjamara man and artist Chris Austin has been in and out of prison all of his life. This time is the longest he's been out, and it's because he's found a new path in The Torch program.
Artist Peter Waples-Crowe feels pushed to the outer of Aboriginal culture because he's queer. He tackles questions of identity, collaborates on genderless fashion, and opens his solo exhibition.
A young baby is introduced to her father's Yawuru country for the first time. Guided by the spirit and voice of country, baby Maya makes the journey from Melbourne to Broome with her parents.
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