Boasting 32 full-colour pages, Deadly Vibe Magazine is read and enjoyed by Indigenous people of all ages, right across the country. Deadly Vibe is the only national magazine that advocates healthy lifestyles, Indigenous pride and a responsible, positive outlook on life in a no-nonsense format. Each issue contains profiles of notable Indigenous identities and up-and-comers, features on Aboriginal sport, music and culture, and targeted information about good health, education and training.
Deadly Sounds radio show is a national weekly Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music program presented by journalist, actor and author Rhoda Roberts. Deadly Sounds features music, culture, information and sport in a positive magazine format, and supports a positive healthy lifestyle.
The Deadlys is one of the highest profile national events on the Indigenous calendar – in fact, the Australian calendar. It’s grown from an event at a small inner-city art gallery that held 100 people, to an annual gala occasion hosted by the Sydney Opera House and televised across two Australian television networks.
Move it Mob Style is a dance-based fitness program for television broadcast and online. Currently in its fourth season of production, Move it Mob Style showcases Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander hip hop and popular music, and is all about good beats and using dance to stay healthy.
The National Indigenous 3on3 Basketball and Hip Hop Challenge – Vibe 3on3 – aims to promote healthy lifestyles, strengthen communities and boost self-esteem. The event brings together Indigenous and non-Indigenous people for a free fun day of basketball, dancing, music, health and culture.