Focusing on strengths, not ‘the gap’, will help improve Indigenous health

Only looking at the size of "the gap" doesn't tell us anything about how things are going for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Instead, it may hide the progress that is happening and decrease people's willingness to adopt healthy practices.

Focusing on strengths, not ‘the gap’, will help improve Indigenous health

Only looking at the size of "the gap" doesn't tell us anything about how things are going for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Instead, it may hide the progress that is happening and decrease people's willingness to adopt healthy practices.

Grieving family left stranded by police asks: ‘Where’s the sorry so everyone can see it?’

When Gwen Sturt's son died on a remote outstation in 2015, WA police flew in on a helicopter to remove his body, but left her family stranded in heavy floods with no food or electricity. They are still seeking answers.

The next Crocodile Dundee? Government hopes Top End Wedding will boost tourist numbers

The NT Government invested $1.5 million in Top End Wedding and is hoping that the movie, filmed at "romantic and beautiful" destinations across the Territory, will have as big an impact as Crocodile Dundee did back in 1986.

Funeral insurer slammed by the banking royal commission rebrands with help from former NRL star

Former rugby league player Jamal Idris is the new ambassador for Youpla — a rebrand of the Aboriginal Community Benefit Fund, which was the subject of scathing criticism during the Hayne inquiry, accused of exploiting the significance of funerals to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.