@IndigenousX is a digital media platform dedicated to invigorating the national dialogue around issues of relevance to Indigenous people. Partnering with the Australian edition of The Guardian newspaper, @IndigenousX propels Indigenous news, community stories, and opinions into the broader media arena, both in Australia and globally.
Hosted and made available by AIATSIS, Dawn and New Dawn was published by the New South Wales Aborigines Board from the early '50s to the mid-'70s, and documents conditions on Indigenous reserves, stations, and schools during the latter half of the 20th century. This complete digital archive contains every issue ever published.
Published in Toowoomba, QLD, First Nations Telegraph is a family-owned, 100% online, daily newspaper reporting the issues of concern to Indigenous Australians. It includes news, editorials, features, opinion, sport, politics, community issues, and breaking stories.
Published in Lismore, NSW, the Koori Mail is a fortnightly national newspaper reporting the issues that matter to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Founded in 1991, it is completely owned and produced by Indigenous Australians, and all profits are channelled back into dividends for owner organisations, academic scholarships for students, and a broad range of indigenous community events and programs.
The Land Rights News, published quarterly, is Australia's longest continuous Indigenous newspaper, having first been published in 1976. The Central Land Council edition deals with issues affecting Indigenous communities in Australia's "Red Centre."
The Land Rights News, published quarterly, is Australia's longest continuous Indigenous newspaper, having first been published in 1976. The Northern Land Council edition deals with issues affecting Indigenous communities in Australia's "Top End."
A Perth-based online newspaper first published in 2002, the National Indigenous Times seeks to inform, engage, and advance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and their communities through the promotion of Indigenous achievement and innovation, as well as the objective reporting of relevant issues of concern. Content is updated on a daily basis.
Whilst not a dedicated Indigenous publication, New Matilda reports on a broad range of issues concerning both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. It publishes commentary on public events and current affairs, opinions, and breaking news, as well as a dynamic and comprehensive Aboriginal Affairs section.