How can NT spend federal remote Indigenous money elsewhere

[Christopher Walsh, ABC]

On a warm tropical Friday morning just before Christmas, the Northern Territory Government laid bare what many had suspected for years: the NT was dead broke and borrowing $4 million a day just to meet operational expenses, including public servants' salaries.

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My Australia: The woman tackling workplace ignorance about Indigenous Austraiians

[Matt Connellan SBS]

Djiribul woman Shelley Reys has spent her career trying to bridge the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. Today she counts Microsoft, Qantas and Telstra as clients. 

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Preserving the Kunwinjku language of West Arnhem Land

[by Jon Taylor]

The Charles Darwin University (CDU) and the Australian National University (ANU)  have launched the first university-level course teaching Kunwinjku - an endangered Aboriginal language spoken by the Bininj people of West Arnhem Land in northern Australia.

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Greens commend Triple j for acknowledgement that January 26 excludes First Nations people

[by Lucy Cowcher-Guthrie]

The Australian Greens commend organisations and councils around the country who decided not to hold celebrations or official ceremonies on January 26.

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