For quite a few years now, we have probably been referring to it as the 'bionic ear'. But to its creator, Professor Graeme Clark, it's the 'multiple-electrode cochlear implant'.
Solo round-the-world yachtsman, builder, businessman, unstoppable environmentalist and generally all-round good bloke - someone had the temerity to call him 'Captain Yucky-Poo of the High Seas' - M
This is one man, many Australians still blame for one of the most divisive episodes in this country's political history - the dismissal of the Whitlam Labor government on November 11, back in 1975.
This special compile DVD looks at the revelations of sexual abuse and violence perpetrated against Aboriginal women and children in some Northern Territory communities. Segments include:
3 on 3 is a high energy weekend event organised for children from remote country towns to play basketball, dance, rap, and paint, all the time competing for points but knowing that everyone will wa
The south-western Brisbane suburb of Inala was originally established to provide affordable accommodation to World War 2 veterans during the post war housing shortage.
WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that the following program may contain images and voices of deceased persons.
It was set up in 1972 and it's been the focal point for many important protests over the years... but what does the future hold for the tent embassy site?
Aboriginal men were invited to attend and participate in the Aboriginal Men's Sharing and Learning Circle at Camp Wollombi that considered many of the issues and challenges confronting today's Abor
Lloyd McDermott was the first Aboriginal man to play international rugby for Australia, but within a year it was all over when he refused to play in South Africa as an 'honorary white'.
Darwin has one of the largest populations of homeless Aboriginal people in the country. They're called the "Longgrasses", people who sleep under the stars either by choice or circumstance.
Message Stick ventures into the studio to present “Talking Stick” a series of programs hosted by Miriam Corowa.
This episode explores our national identity and who we are as Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
Tim Goodwin, Megan Davis and Joel Pringle, three articulate young Australians who discuss what the future holds for us as a nation as we attempt to embrace Indigenous and non-Indigenous share histo
Fran Dobbie, based in Sydney's western suburbs, is one person who recognizes the vulnerability of youth. She runs self-esteem workshops for children through the charity organisation, Essere.
A major two part commemoration and celebration of the 40th anniversary of the 1966 Wave Hill Walk Off featuring prominent Aboriginal bands who performed during the three day event.
Waverly Stanley is a young man with a big dream. He wants as many kids as possible to have access to prestigious private schools around the country.
For many Aboriginal People, the year 1788 began a process of disintegration, not only of our culture but of our very existence.
From time to time, the ABC broadcast a variety of lectures and discussions on topics of general interest.
40,000 Aboriginal people and supporters came from all corners of the country - foot, road, train and air – to march in Sydney on January 26, 1988.