This week on Deadly Sounds we speak with the charismatic and charming Dan Sultan about his new ‘Black Bird’.
It’s not only on the field where Aboriginal men and women are making history and achieving great things. Those achievements also extend to the arena of sports broadcasting, and leading the pack is the ever popular Marngrook Footy Show.
There was a sense of intrigue, excitement and emotion in the room as Deadly Vibe arrived at the inaugural and historic Australian Indigenous Fashion Week.
Towering at just one centimetre shy of 2m and weighing in at 118kg, Jamal Idris is a juggernaut you wouldn’t want running at you on the footy field. And after a nine-month hiatus, due to a horrific ankle injury sustained mid last season, Idris is back and running once again with a brand new club.
Blue King Brown is more than just a band, they convey a powerful message
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The Marngrook Footy Show prepares for its 8th season
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If you haven’t already tuned into NITV’s latest food show Kriol Kitchen, you can catch Episode Three next Wednesday at 8pm
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In recent years, almost eradicated diseases are beginning to return in first world countries due to lack of vaccination
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Scitech strives to “increase awareness, interest, capability and participation by all Western Australians in science, technology, engineering and mathematics”
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Her relentless dedication, passion, and loving has won Joy White the Barnardos Mother of the Year Northern Territory 2014 Award
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