In Arnhem Land, the Northern Territory government is pinning its hopes on some unusual, but potentially lucrative, projects to increase employment

Three-dimensional printing using recycled water bottles is an unlikely enterprise to be found in a remote corner of Arnhem Land, but it’s among a suite of potential ventures being explored to boost development in Indigenous Northern Territory communities.

Also on the table is an expansion of a crocodile egg harvest and hatchery program, and a high-end bespoke furniture company targeting the overseas market.

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Source: Guardian Environment