National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander
Music, Sport, Entertainment & Community Awards

The 2014 Deadly Awards will be held at the iconic Sydney Opera House on Tuesday the 30th of September 2014.

Nominations for Deadly Awards Close on 30th June in:

20th Deadlys Announcements

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    Nominations open for 20th Deadlys

    Nominations are now open for the Deadly Awards which are celebrating 20 years of highlighting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander achievement and excellence on a national stage in 2014.

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    Deadlys Turn 20

    It’s glamorous, it’s definitely feel good and it’s a night to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent and achievement. But scratch below the 20th Deadly Awards surface and you’ll find a deeper reason for the Deadly’s existence.

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  • Rhoda Roberts

    For Rhoda it’s about community

    Over the two decades that the Deadly Awards have been celebrated, thousands of dedicated people have been involved to bring what is a night of recognition, culture and inspiration to wider Australia but few have been consistently involved from the beginning like arts advisor and broadcaster Rhoda Roberts.

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    Deadly tribute to the trailblazers

    The first female Aboriginal barrister and magistrate in Australia, Pat O’Shane was honoured at the 2013 Deadly Awards, winning the Marcia Langton Award for Lifetime Achievement in Leadership.

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    Watch Deadlys video online

    Can’t make to the Opera House this year for the 19th Deadlys? The next best thing to being there on the night is either tuning into the live radio broadcast, or, keeping a close eye on our YouTube channel or website on 10 September, as we’ll be posting a stack of videos taken throughout the day.

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