Top End and Tiwi Islands
Dharpa Djama woodwork apprentice Njila Yakubu talks about his job and his community of Gunyangara in this Closing the Gap video story.
The Yolngu people of north-east Arnhem Land have a strong vision for tourism and are welcoming visitors to gain a first-hand insight into Yolngu culture, through the Lirrwi Yolngu Tourism Aboriginal Corporation.
The recent World Indigenous Network Conference in Darwin was a major forum for Indigenous land and sea managers to share with each other about their work.
The Barunga Sports and Cultural Festival in the Northern Territory is one of Australia's longest running cultural festivals.
Charles Darwin University is taking a new teaching approach to help their Indigenous students in reaching their full potential.
More than 3000 people travelled to the remote Northern Territory community of Barunga over the June long-weekend for the 2013 Barunga Sports and Cultural Festival.
The new night patrols have led to significant social and economic benefits in the remote Northern Territory community of Bulla.
Located north of Darwin, the Tiwis are well known as the home of some of the country’s most successful Australian rules footballers, but sport isn’t the only great thing happening in the community.
Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation is helping homeless Indigenous men in Darwin turn their lives around through the Watch House- Pick Up and Case Management project.
The Tiwi Islands, north of Darwin, are well known as the home of some of the country’s most successful Australian rules footballers, but sport isn’t the only great thing happening in the community.
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