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NITV celebrates first anniversary

Tanya-and-NITV-starsNational Indigenous Television celebrates one year on free to air television tomorrow (Thursday).

Twelve months ago this Thursday, NITV launched it's new service with a massive party and concert at Uluru launching what station manager, Tanya Denning describes as a hectic year with "many high points".

"It was so rewarding to launch the channel, but one year in it has gone so fast...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 December 2013 13:29

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Australia’s Indigenous fashion set to take centre stage in its own right

greg-inglis,-smatha-harris-fshionNext year's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is going to have some stiff competition if the design talent, already being mentored as part of Australian Indigenous Fashion Week (AIFW), is anything to go by.

With an already impressive lineup of established and emerging fashion designers, including Mia Brennan, Grace Lee and this year's Deadly Dressed winner from the 2013...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 December 2013 13:28

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