Two Aboriginal women from the Territory, on opposite sides of the political fence, may be in the next Federal Parliament. The race is on to make a difference on domestic violence, ERWIN CHLANDA reports. Photos: The CLP candidate Jacinta Price (left) and Labor's Senator Malarndirri McCarthy (right).
Trouble makers' bail could include sending them to their communities, says Police Commissioner Kershaw (pictured with Commander, Domestic and Personal Violence Command, Kris Evans and Acting Commander Bradley Currie (centre). ERWIN CHLANDA reports.
Resting on Aboriginal cultural authority and sound corporate management in partnership with non-Aboriginal people, they are fired by strength of purpose and consistency over many years, says their award-winning CEO Andrea Mason. KIERAN FINNANE reports.
Crimes against women and children are perpetrated behind a cloak of silence, are excused on the grounds of traditional culture and have the tacit approval of politically correct whites, Jacinta Price (pictured) tells National Press Club. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.