In parts of Australia that are already very hot, we show how climate change is driving inequities even further – in housing, energy security and health.
Australia may soon have three commercial space launch facilities
How might Gunner’s resignation affect the federal seat of Lingiari?
Until now, export credit agencies - publicly-owned banks - have gone under the radar on fossil fuel financing. That’s about to change.
Kava is not commonly used in Australia. But that will change and we need to keep an eye on what happens next.
Tree rings are ‘nature’s weather stations’ and reveal far more of the Daly River’s history than scientific records can.
The current string of COVID outbreaks in remote Aboriginal communities are due to get worse if the NT government opens its borders on December 20, as planned.
The Northern Territory has the highest rates of domestic, family, and sexual violence in Australia. The Tangentyere women’s group shows how prevention projects can address gender inequality.
When addressing domestic and partner violence, First Nations communities need to be involved in how men’s behaviour change programs are developed and delivered.
History is being repeated with the Northern Territory government finding ways to stop Aboriginal people from gaining access to water to use or trade.
We owe it to Aboriginal people living near uranium mines to learn more about what’s making them sick.
The first class action on stolen wages against the Commonwealth seeks compensation for wages owed to Aboriginal workers in the Northern Territory.
Do we want to punish some of the most vulnerable young people in the community, or do we want to reduce re-offending? The Northern Territory’s proposed youth justice reforms suggest the former.
It’s hard enough to attract and keep health workers in the Northern Territory as it is. Now climate change is threatening to make things worse.
We discovered 11 (and probably more) new species of stygofauna living in water underground. These animals are usually blind, beautifully translucent and long-limbed.
In depicting brutal massacres and mission life, this film gets a lot right. And the model for its central protagonist may well be a young man called Narlim, exiled from his country in the late 1930s.
A 2018 ruling that alcohol should be no cheaper than $1.30 per unit resulted in sales of cask wine - the most problematic drink for Darwin and the wider Northern Territory - to fall by half.
We asked young people aged five to 15 in Darwin about their sense of safety and what they worry about in their community. Here’s what they told us.
Warlpiri people in Yuendumu have been strident in their demands for justice for Walker and protections from ongoing police violence.
There are two interesting points about Australia’s travel bubble with New Zealand. It only includes NSW and the NT. And for now, it’s only one way.