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Mobile Apps giving new life to old languages (PDF 78KB) | No. 11

Marrithiyel, a ‘Tyikim’ language, is a highly threatened Daly River (NT) language, with only small pockets of speakers spread across the Daly River, Wagait, Belyuen and Darwin regions.
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Community asked to map Darwin Harbour's Future (PDF 122KB) | No. 10

Thousands of residents in the Darwin Catchment area are being invited to "stick up" for their favourite places around the Harbour, in an innovative, hands-on study by Northern Institute's Dr Tom Brewer.


Festival to Keep Languages Alive (PDF 305KB) | No. 09

You don't often associate a festival with something as serious as conserving Indigenous language, but that's exactly what researchers from the Northern Institute hope to do, at the 'I Heart Bagot' mini-festival held in Darwin's Bagot Community this weekend.


Knowing Our Namesake: Exploring Darwin ….In Darwin (PDF 327KB) | No. 08

Professor Browne is world renowned for her knowledge of Charles Darwin, having been an associate editor of his early correspondence, and more recently, author of a major biographical study. 


The changing face of Darwin: older and bigger (PDF286KB) | No. 07

New research by Northern Institute's Dr Andrew Taylor has uncovered some startling statistical facts about how the population of Darwin will transform over the next 3 decades.


Culture in a bush-camp classroom (PDF 553KB) | No. 06

In celebration of NAIDOC week, a group of local indigenous children have embraced a unique chance to learn about their culture, traditions and identity.


From little things, big things grow (PDF 78KB) | No. 05

Networked collaboration for Northern Australian Research.


Indigenous Communities: Guardians against foreign invaders (PDF 424KB) | No. 04

Indigenous people may soon play a vital frontline role in protecting Australia's unique environment by being the "eyes and ears" of the bush.


Northern Territory and Singapore - partners in Northern Development (PDF 328KB) | No. 03

Singapore as a Partner in the Development of Northern Australia: Capital, Project Management, Asian Market Intelligence and Singapore as a Logistics Hub.


Can your Council deal with catastrophic climate events? (PDF 79KB) | No. 02

Supriya Mathews discusses methods to analyse extreme weather events, discuss the uncertainty surrounding them and how best local government can help communities adapt to long term climate change.


Refugees: An economic gain, not a drain (PDF 76KB) | No. 01

Businesses in Northern Australia can significantly benefit from workplace skills brought to the Territory by refugees.