A rap song inspired by the contemplations of Owen Springs School students has been included as a film clip in VAMPtv, the NT Music School hosted Indigenous multimedia arts program.
The Henbury on Aralia coffee shop is a candidate in the upcoming NT Disability Services and Inclusion Awards.
A seven-metre long dragon boat is emerging from the hands of Croker Island children.
Arrernte students at the Alice Springs Language Centre have planted 40 bush food and medicine bushes important to Arrernte people.
The Starlight Children’s Foundation is the fundraising target of student activists from a coalition of 11 Palmerston City schools.
The Ŋurruṉinygu Dhukarr Program is developing Yolŋu parental and leadership skills in Galiwin’ku.
Milikapiti School has backed the ethos of the No More campaign — the drive against domestic violence and sexual assault.
Murray Downs residents are now buffered against biting overnight temperatures. Sleeping bags have been distributed to all the members of the remote Imangara community.
Basic recording equipment propelled Urapunga School to one of three top places in the Territory Day Schools Video Competition.
In a push to end domestic violence Murray Downs School forged an alliance with No More to Family Violence on 22 June.