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Town camps: This could herald a new era

By ERWIN CHLANDA Ilpeye Ilpeye's celebration on Monday, marking the receipt of freehold title after a determined battle over more than an decade, was remarkable...

The Alice as a great small town

Connellan Airways engineers. EJ is in the centre, with hat. REVIEW by ERWIN CHLANDA Looking for a job? No worries. Get a light aircraft, fly 20,000 kilometres...

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Undoing the ‘great Australian silence’

Review by KIERAN FINNANE As a boy in the early 1950s, Dean Ashenden lived in Tennant Creek in a white world. He cannot recall ever...

Talk of the Town

There is a lot of disappointment about the mothballing of the Alice Springs News: prominent locals – significantly not including politicians, with the exception...

Roses reach for real care

By GEOFF MIERS Make pests and diseases face a united front of attacks. It's more than grab a bottle and spray to our heart's content:...

Top down Gap Closing: Would that work?

While the Aboriginal side stubbornly seems to refuse playing ball, on the white feller side we have things like Singapore Suncable, Gina Reinhardt and...

New salvo against Gunner, Paech over art centre site

Aboriginal businessman OWEN COLE vigorously attacked Chief Minister Michael Gunner and Central Australian front bencher Chansey Paech over their choice of the Anzac precinct...

The Gap isn’t closing, the question is why

After six decades as a frontline player, observer, public servant, author, academic in the Territory, BOB BEADMAN is looking forward to 2022 with not...

Centrecorp expands into construction industry

By ERWIN CHLANDA It appears Alice Springs has a new construction company which seems to be linked to the Aboriginal owned Centrecorp. That in turn is...

Fill mine with locals, not FiFo

By ERWIN CHLANDA The Aboriginal Peak Organisations NT want 12,000 jobs to be created in remote areas while some 1200 positions at the Newmont gold...

Gardening joins art for Christmas

By GEOFF MIERS Warm the hearts of home owners, friends, family and kids with garden related gifts –plants, gardening books, garden furniture, sculptures, fire bowls...

Cattlemen slam new Covid rules

By ERWIN CHLANDA (UPDATED Dec 13 below) The Cattlemen’s Association (NTCA) is slamming the NT Government for the "mess" it created by the sudden announcement of...
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