Imparja National News was an Australian regional television news program broadcast on Imparja Television.
Imparja introduced a local news service (primarily covering the Alice Springs area) into its nightly simulcast of National Nine News in 1990. Subsequently, the bulletin expanded into a full half-hour program incorporating local, national and international news. The program was directed at Indigenous and non-Indigenous viewers, but found a wide audience among Australians interested in Indigenous Australian issues, as such topics are rarely covered in the mainstream Australia media.
In 2005, Imparja National News was cancelled in anticipation of the network's license area being merged with that of Darwin. Regulations imposed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority relating to minimum levels of local news coverage led to the bulletin's revival in February 2006 with Ryan Liddle.
Two years later, the bulletin was cancelled again and replaced by short one-minute updates broadcast throughout the day. A short-lived weekly current affairs program, Footprints, was also introduced. As of 2009, Imparja now airs the Brisbane and Darwin editions of Nine News at 6 pm and 6:30 pm (AEST) respectively.
Imparja National News was replaced by National Nine News as at July 2016.