On today's program:
• Campaigners against the usage of methamphetamine, also known as ice, are warning the regional and remote communities are in danger of increased use. Members of the Australian Anti Ice Campaign, or AAIC are set to visit the regional town of Mareemba on Wednesday to conduct a forum on some of the effects of the drug in regional and remote communities.
• An Aboriginal social commentator says Australian mainstream media outlets are contributing to social devices such as racism and negative stereotypes of first nation's peoples. Celeste Liddle shares her thoughts on racism in Australia and the recent incident of an Aboriginal man being refused service at a kebab store in Darwin.
• And lastly, Jon-Paul Cocelli from Congress talks about Mental Health Day 2018.