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A group photograph of eight members of the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA).
Stories | 8 Feb 2017
The North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) is providing high quality, accessible and culturally relevant support to Indigenous prisoners and juvenile detainees at the Darwin Correctional Centre and Don Dale Juvenile Detention Centre, from initial contact with correctional services until successful reintegration with the community.
Four women rangers standing next to large green and white banner which says, happy recycling day.
Stories | 6 Feb 2017

The Thamarrurr Women’s Ranger team, working with the community of Wadeye in the Northern Territory, have removed rubbish from their land and coastline and earned cash through recycling in the process.

A group of young Indigenous women and their female supervisor standing near a body of water and trees.
Stories | 24 Jan 2017
A group of schoolgirls from the remote Northern Territory community of Ngukurr travelled to Darwin recently to explore future academic opportunities. The students visited several boarding schools, Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Government House, and met with local Aboriginal women who spoke about their own experiences working towards successful careers and being role models for young women in their own communities.
A group of men and women holding certificates while standing in front of heavy machinery and a shed.
Stories | 6 Dec 2016

Community Development Programme (CDP) construction graduates are in demand with construction companies.

Ian Panchaud and Trudi Seagrott at Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve
Stories | 15 Feb 2016

Husband and wife members of a Community Development Programme CDP Work for the Dole programme at a popular conservation reserve are enjoying their surroundings while gaining important skills and qualifications and increasing their future job prospects.  

Image of a flag with the title 'mental health expo'
Stories | 28 Jan 2016

The remote Northern Territory community of Nauiyu is tackling mental health issues face on, organising a sports day that got adults together to openly talk about mental health.  

The Wadeye RSAS team with PNG visitors and BIITE staff
Stories | 22 Dec 2015

In Wadeye, local Remote School Attendance Strategy (RSAS) team members, known as “Yellow Shirts”, are working hard to increase school attendance. They recently gained a new provider, BIITE and played host to members of the Royal Papua New Guinea Police Force, and the groups exchanged stories of school attendance issues in Papua New Guinea and Wadeye.  

Event | 27 Sep 2015
Lajamanu NT

The 2015 Festival will be hosted by Indigenous Remote Communications Association in partnership with PAW Media and Communications and the Lajamanu community with key partner Indigenous Community Television.

li-Anthawirriyarra Sea Ranger Sean Fitzpatrick tagging a sea turtle at night under torchlight on the sand.
Stories | 1 Jun 2015

Many Indigenous communities are looking at ways of keeping their culture and heritage alive while providing jobs for community members. The li-Anthawirriyarra people from around Borroloola in the Gulf of Carpentaria are tackling this by setting up a trial eco-tourism business and cultural programme.

Popnetting roup
Stories | 27 May 2015

The Australian Government is committed to working with the Aboriginal communities in the Alligator Rivers Region, who are affected by the Ranger uranium mine in the Northern Territory.


Contact details

Level 5, Jacana House
39-41 Woods Street
Darwin NT 0800
GPO Box 9932
Darwin NT 0801
08 8928 6100
Toll-free number: 
1800 079 098

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