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Central Land Council to appeal NT Supreme Court water decision
The Central Land Council will appeal a decision by the NT Supreme Court to dismiss a legal challenge to a controversial water li...
Dechlan Brennan 28 Feb 2024
NT Police Commissioner says racism claims will be investigated
The Northern Territory Police Commissioner says there will be an investigation into claims of widespread racism in the force aft...
Dechlan Brennan 27 Feb 2024
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New Red Centre Tour becomes biggest local Indigenous employer and trainer
Hailing from Alice Springs, Aboriginal-owned and operated 100% Finke River Culture & Adventure has launched a new cultural immer...
Dianne Bortoletto 27 Feb 2024
Inquest evidence traumatic for victim's family
Listening to the evidence of former Northern Territory Police constable Zachary Rolfe has been devastating and traumatic for t...
Rudi Maxwell 27 Feb 2024
Zachary Rolfe's text messages under the spotlight
Former Northern Territory Police constable Zachary Rolfe will continue giving evidence into the death of a teenager he shot dead...
Neve Brissenden 27 Feb 2024
NT cop who shot Indigenous man lied on Police application

A police officer who shot dead Indigenous teenager Kumanjayi Walker lied on his police application about his drug use and criminal history, a coronial inquest has heard. Former No...

Neve Brissenden Feb 26, 2024
Zachary Rolfe to give final evidence in Walker inquest

A police officer who shot Indigenous teenager Kumanjayi Walker dead will take the stand at an inquest into the death four years after the incident unfolded in a remote Northern T...

Neve Brissenden Feb 26, 2024
'Concerning' NT land council referred to integrity body

The federal government is set to investigate allegations of misconduct at the Anindilyakwa Land Council after a damning audit. Indigenous Affairs Minister Linda Burney has referre...

Neve Brissenden Feb 24, 2024
Rolfe recorded 46 use-of-force incidents during stint

A Northern Territory police officer who shot dead an Indigenous teenager recorded 46 use-of-force incidents between 2016 and 2019, an inquest has been told. The inquest into Kuman...

Neve Brissenden Feb 23, 2024
National Indigenous Cricket Championships start with bumper day 1

The National Indigenous Cricket Championships in Mparntwe/Alice Springs produced nail biters and strong batting displays on its opening day on Thursday.  NSW, Queensland, Victoria...

Jarred Cross Feb 23, 2024
Groote Eylandt residents call for land council probe

Hundreds on a remote Northern Territory Island have called on the federal government to investigate "potential gross misconduct" in the local land council responsible for Indigenou...

Neve Brissenden Feb 23, 2024
Experts say MP's approach to NT youth crime is not evidence-based

Experts have criticised calls from Labor MP Marion Scrymgour for the NT to show “tough love” to juvenile offenders, arguing her stance is at odds with the evidence on what works....

Dechlan Brennan Feb 23, 2024
Officer In Charge used racist slur for Indigenous people in correspondence with Zachary Rolfe, inquest reveals

Sergeant Lee Bauwens will continue giving evidence in the inquest into the death of Kumanjayi Walker, four years after he was shot dead in his home. Police training, mental health...

Neve Brissenden Feb 22, 2024
Rolfe's leader 'unaware of excessive force complaints', inquest told

The officer in charge of a constable who shot dead an Indigenous teenager has told an inquest he was unaware of complaints about Zachary Rolfe's use of excessive force or his decli...

Neve Brissenden Feb 22, 2024
Federal government commits to boosting food security in remote Aboriginal communities

The Albanese government has vowed to improve food security in remote Aboriginal communities with an investment of more than one million dollars on a range of projects.   In the r...

Giovanni Torre Feb 22, 2024
Rolfe to testify at 'overdue' Kumanjayi Walker inquest

The inquest into Indigenous teenager Kumanjayi Walker's death will resume with the police officer who shot him unable to legally dodge being questioned about his conduct. But form...

Neve Brissenden Feb 22, 2024
Traditional Owners critical of $28.8million federal funding for Beetaloo Basin research

Traditional Owners from the Beetaloo Basin have criticised the federal government after it confirmed a probe into whether millions of dollars of public funds were given to oil and...

David Prestipino Feb 21, 2024
Northern Territory grants open doors for artists

Grants are currently being offered in the Northern Territory to fund the purchase, transportation, and installation of equipment for the production, exhibition, marketing, and sale...

Rhiannon Clarke Feb 19, 2024
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