There are fears the Northern Territory government will allow gas and other industries to extract substantially more water from the environment than is currently allowed.
It’s great news Origin is walking away from fracking and gas. But other companies are still keen to frack the Beetaloo despite climate and environment concerns.
There’s a simple way to give territorians better representation – and the time is ripe.
Savanna grasslands are burnt early in the dry season to reduce the chance of large fires later. But it’s making air pollution worse.
By keeping the BasicsCard, the federal government seems not to have taken on board the lessons from the soon to be scrapped cashless debit card
Tony Burke once worked hard to stop euthanasia becoming law in the Northern Territory. Now, he must usher through a new bill to allow the territories to debate the issue.
The Northern Territory has had alcohol restrictions since 2012. These restrictions are going to be lifted in July of this year, despite concerns expressed by First Nations people in the community.
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.