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I congratulate Professor Mick Dodson on his appointment as the NT’s first Treaty Commissioner. He is a highly accomplished Territorian, born in Katherine in my electorate of Lingiari. In his numerous roles, he has gathered a wealth of experience to bring to his new job. I have known Mick for over 35 years. In that
Yesterday, the report of the House of Representative Indigenous Affairs Standing Committee on the impact of inauthentic art and craft in the style of First Nations peoples was tabled. The report makes a number of significant recommendations which if actioned, could make a significant impact on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts industry across
Today marks two years since the Liberal Government’s budget cuts to the ABC led to the shutdown of shortwave radio in the Northern Territory. That’s two years Australians living in remote areas have been cut off from ABC emergency broadcasts and other valuable ABC content that provides an important connection to the rest of Australia. Organisations


A Shorten Labor Government will invest $220 million in infrastructure and community development projects to dramatically improve Kakadu National Park as a tourist destination and secure the future of the township of Jabiru. Mr Shorten will travel to the Northern Territory on Sunday evening and visit Kakadu on Monday as one of Labor’s long planned