"They are warm, caring, inquisitive, fair, funny, but somehow they are all getting into trouble." In the wake of the tragic shooting of Kumunjayi Walker in Yuendumu, youth worker RAINER CHLANDA tells the story of a five day camp out bush with young Warlpiri people who are in contact, as Walker was, with the justice system. He asks, “How do we change whatever has led to these good kids behaving so badly?”
They want to set up an Arrernte community patrol to work "as one" with other community groups as well as police, the Town Council, Aboriginal organisations, and senior people in remote communities, who need to understand "how much devastation this antisocial stuff" is causing in Alice Springs which is Arrernte ground. KIERAN FINNANE reports.