Low budgets, lost cameras, immense heat. Despite these challenges, NT filmmakers are dominating the domestic film industry.
Accusations of misconduct are levelled against the taxi industry in Gove Peninsula, including credit cards being "held hostage" and a driver selling a pack of cigarettes to a passenger for $75.
Traditional owners of Kakadu National Park hope to use their land to cultivate inroads into the traditional medicine market — an industry they have estimated to be worth up to $115 billion globally.
The council will hold citizenship ceremonies on January 26, after initially announcing it would move all Australia Day events from that date out of respect to First Nation Australians.
Central Australia is named one of the best places to visit on the planet by a significant international travel guide — partly in recognition of the upcoming Uluru rock climb closure.
The new policy aims to protect the church against claims of discrimination but lawyers are warning it could have serious, detrimental impacts on the community.
Origin Energy promises Territory-based Indigenous residents and traditional owners that it will better communicate with them, and will gain their consent before beginning planned gas fracking projects.
Some of the traditional owners plan to tell Origin Energy shareholders they oppose fracking, and did not give their "free, prior and informed consent" for its planned developments.
Scott Morrison wants to discuss a separate public holiday to celebrate Indigenous people and culture, rather than moving Australia Day away from January 26.
It's one of the most popular walks in northern NSW, but rescuers are warning tourists of the increasing danger of climbing Mount Warning.