The fight continues
Fifty-five years ago, on 23rd August, 1966, about 200 stockmen and their families walked off the Wave Hill cattle station, owned by British Lord Vestey, in protest at the appalling wages and conditions they were forced to endure.
Dangers of space launches
A second NASA rocket was launched into space from Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory on 6th July. It follows the first NASA launch on...
Over 900 health professionals from across the country have signed a joint letter speaking out against fracking the Beetaloo Basin and the Middle Arm gas...
Education: Labor kicks the can down the road
2023 is the year the Albanese government was expected to deliver on its election commitment for public schools to have a pathway to a minimum...
NT: Jailing your way out of crime never works
Lawyers are concerned that new bail laws recently passed in the NT will not reduce crime and will disproportionately affect Indigenous people. The Criminal Lawyers...
Mega-fracker now on site
Water is life. But right now, Tamboran Resources is on the fast track to frack the Northern Territory, and water is at risk of being...
NT: Gas industry gets biggest slice
The Territory and Federal governments appear to have prioritised spending on roads that will benefit the fracking industry at a time when many of the...
A major survey conducted by McKell, the Transport Workers Union and TEACHO sheds light on the harsh reality faced by food delivery, rideshare, and AmazonFlex...
In their words: “No fracking”
Amid opposition from Indigenous owners and in the face of a growing environmental crisis, the NT government has given the go-ahead for fracking in the...