Nine years after the Chinese-owned coal carrier Shen Neng 1 ran aground on the Douglas Shoal, efforts to restore the reef are about to begin.
Injalak Arts — which had previously run at a profit selling screen-printed cloth, weavings and paintings — is facing a financial crisis, primarily because of cost over-runs on two major projects that it was trying to develop at the same time.
One of the Northern Territory's most successful art centres is about to go into special administration overseen by the Federal Government's Indigenous corporations watchdog, the ABC understands.
As community leaders come to terms with eight Indigenous children taking their own lives in one summer, they fear their young people now consider suicide to be "normal".
Indigenous All Stars captain Cody Walker and rugby league Immortal Mal Meninga call for the national anthem to be changed, with Walker saying Advance Australia Fair does not represent him or his family.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced his plan to ease restrictions on kava imports during his recent trip to Vanuatu — but Yolngu elders are saying the move could have grave impacts on remote Australia.
Some Aboriginal elders have given their support for a mining operation on Lake Torrens in the Flinders Rangers, which holds a sacred place in Dreamtime legend.
Thousands gather around the country, marking what they see as "Invasion Day" or "Survival Day" and calling for a change to the way Australia celebrates its national holiday.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison rejects suggestions the three ministers have abandoned a sinking ship in an election year after Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion joins Human Services Minister Michael Keenan and Jobs Minister Kelly O'Dwyer in announcing he will retire from politics.
To many, Australia Day will always be a day of survival, and it's become a constant theme for festivals and ceremonies held on January 26 around the country. Here's what's on today.