In today's edition of the CAAMA News
* Legislation designed to reduce crime in the Territory has been introduced into parliament today by Gunner Government.
* The Federal Government has scrapped a controversial plan that allowed women fleeing abusive relationships to access $10,000 from their superannuation accounts.
* First Nations people who have a disability will have access to lawyers, advocates and counsellors in TennantCreek & Alice Springs over the next few days as stories are collected for the upcoming Royal Commission in Violence, Abuse Neglect and Exploitation of People with a Disability.
* A controversial artwork where a UK flag would be soaked in blood donated by Indigenous people planned for Tasmania's Dark Mofo Festival has been cancelled.
* In sport, Cronulla's Bronson Xerri has been handed a four-year ban by NRL's anti-doping body for a failed drugs test.