A company plans to develop land around the former Deebing Creek Mission and cemetery, causing upset among the traditional owners who protest against the company to save their land.
Mikayla travels six hours a day from her island home to get an education and rarely misses a day of school. This doesn't surprise her friends, because this talented young leader has a bright future.
Whitney's kids are missing and she has to get to court, which leads to a blowout with Arthur, a missed court appearance, and an unwelcome date with the law.
Lena Djabibba and Joy Garlbin tell the story of Babbarra (long-necked turtle story) in the Ndjebbana language, just outside Maningrida.
BtN explains why many people are campaigning for the age that children can be put in youth detention to be raised from 10 to 14. Star of the documentary In My Blood it Runs, Dujuan, went all the way to Geneva to state his case. More than half of the young people in youth detention are indigenous and many believe this form of punishment creates more harm than good. The Government has stated they will not raise the age until an alternative system is in place for those young people who need it.