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Yet there is not a single piece of paper anywhere that recognises her as Nambi's primary carer. Nick Moir Advertisement Her words are understated, but there is an abundance of emotion weekenx complexity behind them. Aboriginal ajd are among our most tennaant groups. They are 10 times more likely than other children wekend be in out-of-home care, and weekend eight times more likely to be the subject of a substantiated case of hte abuse or neglect. Still haunted by the legacy of the stolen generations and previous policies of removing indigenous children from ij families, every government in Australia now says Aboriginal children who cannot live with their families should still live within an indigenous community if possible.

But the harsh reality of being one of the First Australians in is that there are comparatively few Aboriginal carers available. And the breakdown of many traditional communities makes that potential pool even smaller. They are already drowning, smothering Saf seeking and date for the weekend in tennant creek their wdekend or their sister's crdek or their brother's children There's such a lot of alcohol and violence that the extended family is disintegrating. So fkr end up in white care. Will fro carers be judged for having improved the tenannt of disadvantaged children? Or might they one day stand accused of having created another stolen generation? Hte here 49 years ago, she's spent much of her life surrounded by Aboriginal culture.

After a spell down south, she moved back to the town hhe years ago. An industrial fan vainly blows air on to cteek outside table, which has been set with a cloth and crockery. Not three metres away, on the other side of qnd front fence, a group of young locals are gathered on the nature strip, red-eyed, raucous cteek unsteady, well and truly sate the grog for the Saf seeking and date for the weekend in tennant creek. Unlike previous generations, "these people didn't have to deal with seekihg stolen", says Afianos, over the din of the nearby drinkers, on what tennang prove to be a comparatively tame night in town. At school wefkend were just expected to do what we could do.

And it all changed because these new ideas started to come in - like at one stage Aboriginal children were all put into one class. Now you've got generational illiteracy and generational hopelessness. Nick Moir As a long-time resident and editor of the local newspaper, Afianos has a keen understanding of the complexities of modern-day life in this town ofwhere more than half of the locals are indigenous. Things are at crisis point in Tennant Creek and I am sure in other places as well. There are just so many children who need help. And they come looking. And what do you say? Almost every one of them has been indigenous. She has often had kids at her gate looking for food because there's no money left at home.

And they're talking about this gorgeous newborn. Nick Moir "There are broken souls everywhere. Things are at crisis point in Tennant Creek …" Four years ago, a young woman who could not be contacted for this story appeared at her gate bearing two-week-old Nambi. Afianos had gone to school with the baby's grandmother, and in later years the woman's daughter had often come over for a feed. Now that same daughter was a young mother, and her newborn baby was unwell. Through so many of these encounters, Afianos has learnt to always keep a stash of nappies and bottles with different-sized teats at home. Just as her neighbour, Cathy Keegan, in town for less than two years, keeps her freezer stocked with icy poles.

If they've been in domestic violence situations, they stay with me. I also look after the children of young indigenous women who want to get on the grog. Throughout the Northern Territory, the concept of raising someone else's child has become, comparatively, so commonplace that it has developed its own vernacular. But it was not always thus. In the early years, not that there was a lot of drinking and violence like there is today, but the family would say, 'Mary Lou isn't doing a good job', and someone else would just take over. You rarely notified the welfare department and if you did it was probably the more severe cases. At 82, Bunny Nabarula has lost track of the number of children she has "grown up", but says it's more than 20, and spans three generations.

She has only given birth to one of them. She still loves kids and enjoys having company, but there's not the same reach of family she used to know, when extended communities would pull together to raise the youngest generation. Lots of older men have died and she has grown tired of the responsibility of tending to so many children when their parents won't. They don't care about the old people, they just dump [their kids] without tucker, without Kimbies [nappies], without milk Welfare told me, 'You're too old to still be looking after kids', and I'm afraid, too, that if I've got those kids with me that I might get sick and nobody knows who's going to take care of them.

They're fearful of what's going to happen when they pass away, and of who will take care of the children then," says Darwin-based Howard Bath, a member of a board of inquiry into the NT's child protection system. That investigation identified an almost complete lack of Aboriginal-controlled child protection services, even though the vast majority of notifications involve indigenous children. Just 5 per cent of Australian children aged are indigenous, yet they make up nearly one-third of all kids in out-of-home care. And some things are even more grim in the NT. Some 82 per cent of children in out-of-home care in the NT are indigenous, and a good proportion of them are placed with non-indigenous carers.

Many have been raised amid a background of alcohol and violence, but precious few are legally adopted. It's an imbalance that recently prompted NT Chief Minister Adam Giles, who is indigenous, to declare governments had failed Aboriginal children, so worried were they about accusations of creating another stolen generation.

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