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Arafura is an electoral division of the Legislative Assembly in Australia's Northern Territory. It was first created in 1983, and takes its name from the Arafura Sea, which adjoins the electorate. The electorate is predominantly rural, encompassing 201,900 km² in western Arnhem Land and the Tiwi Islands, and including the towns of Oenpelli, Jabiru, Maningrida, Milikapiti and Nguiu. There were 4613 people enrolled in the electorate as of June 2005. Arafura has been a safe seat for the Australian Labor Party ever since its inception. The electorate has a particularly high indigenous population, which has been reflected in its having been represented by three consecutive indigenous MPs. The seat is currently held by maverick Labor MLA Marion Scrymgour, who has served as Deputy Chief Minister of the Northern Territory since November 2007. Members for Arafura Member Party Term   Bob Collins Australian Labor Party 1983–1987   Stan Tipiloura Australian Labor Party 1987–1992   Maurice Rioli Australian Labor Party 1992–2001   Marion Scrymgour Australian Labor Party 2001–2009   Independent 2009   Australian Labor Party 2009–present External links Division profile from the Northern Territory Electoral Commission v · d · eElectoral divisions of the Northern Territory Arafura • Araluen • Arnhem • Barkly • Blain • Braitling • Brennan • Casuarina • Daly • Drysdale • Fannie Bay • Fong Lim • Goyder • Greatorex • Johnston • Karama • Katherine • MacDonnell • Nelson • Nhulunbuy • Nightcliff • Port Darwin • Sanderson • Stuart • Wanguri •