WOULD YOU PAY $900 A WEEK FOR THIS? WORK-FOR-DOLE DISPUTE FLARES IN REMOTE NT

In Ngukurr, where less than a quarter of the population have a job, one Aboriginal corporation is discovering the cost of helping locals find meaningful employment could be too high.

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