Echidna story inspires winning structure

June 28, 2017

A striking new information shelter – a collaborative creation by Tangentyere Design and the traditional owners of Watarrka (Kings Canyon) National Park – won two gongs at the NT Architecture Awards. The shelter’s design is […]

Unique gathering explores bush food potential

June 28, 2017

Female bush food harvesters from nine remote Territory communities met for the first time in the Utopia region to share their experiences and learn about the wider bush food industry from traders, entrepreneurs, researchers and […]

Pain continues for domestic violence victims

June 28, 2017

Women who experience domestic violence have long-term physical and mental health problems, according to researchers from the University of Newcastle. The researchers tracked three generations of women for 16 years. Professor Deborah Loxton, from the Research […]

Suicide, youth and the wisdom of an Elder

June 28, 2017

SUPPLIED CONTENT This is a story borne out of a deep collective despair that as a society we are not better able to take care of our young people in the face of ever-increasing suicide […]

NT hotel project aims to boost workforce

June 28, 2017

The Indigenous Land Corporation is funding jobs for 10 workers at a Northern Territory hotel owned by the Toga Far East hotel group in a move to increase the number of Indigenous people working in […]

Ben Wyatt treasures NAIDOC honour

June 28, 2017

West Australian treasurer Ben Wyatt has been honoured for his outstanding achievements at the NAIDOC Perth awards. Mr Wyatt became the first Indigenous person in Australia to hold the purse strings when he was appointed […]

Big music acts on their way to NIMA

June 28, 2017

A star-studded line-up of performers has been announced for this year’s National Indigenous Music Awards to be held on August 12 in Darwin. Hip hop legends A.B. Original, Dan Sultan, Paul Kelly and Gawurra will […]

Gail Mabo honours father through art

June 28, 2017

An exhibition of art by Gail Mabo honouring her late father and land rights pioneer Eddie Koiki Mabo is to be unveiled at the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair next month. Ms Mabo’s six-part installation of […]

NT govt eyes off sacred site for water park

June 28, 2017

A sacred site in Darwin is part of a parcel of land being examined by the Northern Territory Government for a tourist water park in a feasibility study that is costing taxpayers half a million […]

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