Elderly Indigenous male ranger and three Indigenous young men in a bush setting, twisting multiple long thin pieces of bark into one bush string.

Landcare champions, the Crocodile Islands Rangers have developed a strong relationship with Traditional Owners and the community of Milingimbi to keep the culture strong, engage the community in weed and pest management, and create a sanctuary for important bird species and turtles.

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The Coalition Government has written to all state and territory governments offering to fund a national roll out of the Custody Notification Service (CNS) – similar to the scheme that currently operates in New South Wales.

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has written to state and territory attorneys-general to offer funding for three years to support the introduction of the CNS. The funding offer is contingent on the jurisdictions mandating the use of the CNS and agreeing to fund it after the three-year introductory period.

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