Tuesday, December 1, 2020

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Garden dries up in December? Not if you’re doing it right.

By GEOFF MIERS For the gardener with an orchard, vegetable patch and herb plot December can be a most productive month on the gardening calendar....

Kids and crime: the beginning of winning

By ERWIN CHLANDA The good cop – bad cop routine has been part of law enforcement since Eve stole the apple. Now it's set to...

Grid stability service payments a multiple winner

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Sir – With the government battery subsidy due to end on 30 November, grid stability service payments offer a win-win-win-win: for...

Mike Reed, former Deputy Chief Minister, dies aged 75

Opposition Leader Lia Finocchiaro says the Territory has lost one of its greatest champions with the death of former Deputy Chief Minister, Treasurer and...

“Look, his first fly.”

By ERWIN CHLANDA "The Crown" missed the punchline and got the weather wrong when it showed Prince Charles, Princess Di and little William disembarking in...

A payback with kindness

Sir – The Aboriginal In-prison Restorative Justice Process has potential for reducing reoffending directly or indirectly. Restorative justice addresses the harm of wrongdoing and initiates...

Boxers beat COVID: Open air bouts on Saturday under lights

By ERWIN CHLANDA Nearly 30 Territory boxers and possibly two from South Australia will contest an open-air tournament at the Youth and Community Centre, at...

Lawns for emperors and for enthusiasts

Magnificent lawns and gardens surround the Baroque Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna, formerly the 1441 rooms summer pad for the Habsburg emperors, dating back to...

Hotels to get “surge capacity” after COVID fiasco

UPDATE 4.30pm: Greater Adelaide to be revoked as a hotspot tomorrow. Those undertaking quarantine will be able to exit. By ERWIN CHLANDA Alice Springs has 1400...

Service club battles tyranny of distance

By ERWIN CHLANDA The Rotary Club of Alice Springs Education Fund pumps close to $22,000 a year into tertiary education of local young people studying...

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