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The gap between activists and those they are speaking for

PART TWO by ROGER STEELE and DON FULLER Most Indigenous government programs continue to treat Indigenous people as one, very similar group and fail to...

“Horrific, terrifying” assault on woman

Police describe as a "horrific and terrifying incident" the assault on a woman early yesterday evening on the south Stuart Highway near the Old...

National Aboriginal culture centre – one that’s up and running

By ERWIN CHLANDA The fixation on location for the Alice Springs national Indigenous cultural centre (as for the art gallery), forever on the drawing board,...

Family ties ‘could feature in Indigenous tourism’

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Professor Rolf Gerritsen (pictured) says combine obligations to rellies with guiding tourists, writes CDU Media Officer Katie Weiss.

 

Census: Tell them you're Indigenous, says academic

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The Territory's Aboriginal Territorians will benefit, writes Professor Rolf Gerritsen (pictured).

 

Apprentices may be included in controversial scheme

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Proposal takes the sting out of big crowd angry over program to increase Indigenous employment. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Trouble in CBD: Ranger or ambassador?

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The town council is proposing to deal with "anti-social and harassing activities" in Todd Mall by employing an Indigenous Liaison Officer attached to its ranger unit. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

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Yipirinya School evades statutory Education Dept controls

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Measures ordered by a special investigation seem to have fallen on deaf ears after the lock-out of former principal Ken Langford-Smith. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

SEE UPDATE 7:40pm.

 

Race rules in NT government tenders draw fire

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Companies expecting to win tenders for Territory Government work now will need to have staff that is 30% or 40% Indigenous, reports ERWIN CHLANDA.

LETTER: Inauguration of ICTV Channel 601 at Yuendumu

At 5pm CST on April 18 2013, Indigenous Community Television (ICTV) will officially commence full-time broadcasts on its own dedicated channel (601 on VAST). The occasion marks over 30 years of broadcasting in remote Indigenous communities.
Yuendumu, 300 km NW of Alice Springs, is the home of Warlpiri Media (now PAW Media & Communications), who shares with Ernabella (home of EVTV), the historic foundation of Indigenous television in Australia, writes Rita Cattoni, Manager, Indigenous Community Television Limited.

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