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A family photo with a father, mother daughter and son standing in their backyard.
Stories | 30 Apr 2019
For the Cavanagh family discussing privacy and stranger danger is part of being online.
A large crocodile is bound by the snout and its eyes and mouth are covered. It sits on dry soil. In the background are trees and brush and an individual wearing blue jeans and boots.
Stories | 24 Apr 2019
Find out how and why a 4.5 metre Tiwi Islands crocodile was captured and relocated to a crocodile farm at Humpty Doo in the Northern Territory.
A man in checked shirt and jeans sits on a chair next to a campfire. In the background are trees and logs.
Stories | 10 Apr 2019
Learn about Michael Liddle’s program Codes 4 Life which is having a significant impact on Aboriginal men around Alice Springs.
Indigenous man in shirt and long pants sits on a couch with boys dressed in shorts and t-shirts or singlets. In the background is a wood paling fence.
Stories | 29 Mar 2019
Find out the best ways and some of the ground rules for keeping your kids safe online.
A woman in beige coloured shirt stands next to another woman in black dress and in front of four photos hanging on a wood panel wall.
Stories | 13 Nov 2018
Community Night Patroller Andrea Cameron is passionate about the important work she does within her community of Palumpa.
Community night patroller Arshaan Kahn
Stories | 25 Sep 2018
An awareness raising campaign and training package supporting the safety of community night patrollers on and off the job has been launched in Alice Springs.
6 adults (2 female and 4 male / 3 Aboriginal) dressed in blue shirts featuring Indigenous designs stand in front of a white car on grass with trees in the background.
Stories | 14 May 2018
To celebrate their new swimming qualifications, three youths from Port Hedland decided to swim across Australia’s second largest freshwater man-made lake.
Aboriginal young man dressed in blue shirt. In the background is a light and doorway and some blue colours.
Stories | 19 Mar 2018
Jye Walker is an ABC Heywire Trailblazer enabling change in the lives of youth in the Great Southern region of Western Australia through ‘Rock and Water’, a self-awareness, self-confidence and social skills building program.
An Aboriginal woman dressed in bright aqua and white workout clothing holds a workout weight bar inside a gym with weights and equipment behind her.
Stories | 23 Feb 2018
Kellie McDonald aims to inspire, motivate and encourage Indigenous people and communities to make healthy choices and improve their lifestyles.
Six Indigenous and non-Indigenous young women in different coloured and styles of clothing stand arm in arm. In the background is a playing field.
Stories | 9 Feb 2018
The Heywire Regional Youth Summit brought 53 young people to Canberra to tell their stories about issues of concern in their respective communities.

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