Rock art of human figures created over thousands of years in Arnhem Land has been put through a transformative machine learning study to analyse style changes […]
Deciphering the cause and cure for chronic, unidentifiable pelvic pain – a condition believed to affect one in every 10 people – may be a step […]
The first Yolngu printmaker from northeast Arnhem Land, Banduk Marika, has received an honorary doctorate from Flinders University in recognition of her remarkable contributions as a […]
For the 1600 Indigenous residents who live in Milingimbi, a remote island off the coast of Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, drinking water is a scarce and precious resource.
On the coast of Arnhem Land, in the hills above Anuru Bay, an extraordinary record of Indigenous rock art shows a cavalcade of sea-going vessels, from European 19th century square-riggers and Indonesian fishing boats through to merchant ships of the Second World War.