A community in the Northern Territory is taking the extraordinary step of suing the Government in a case that could set a precedent about the right to safe drinking water.
Residents allege they've been made to live in uninhabitable public housing, and forced to drink potentially toxic water, for years.
Indigenous Affairs correspondent Isabella Higgins reports from Laramba in central Australia.
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