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Coles takes lead against ultra-cheap wine

By KIERAN FINNANE June 23, 2011   The fight against the availability of ultra-cheap wine in Alice Springs has had a win, with Coles Liquor announcing that...

LETTERS: New challenge for online shopping for grog

Sir – Labor’s banned drinkers’ register, which penalises all Territorians not just problem drunks, is quickly turning into a farce. From tomorrow (Friday, July 1),...

Bring back the cheap booze: town council

By KIERAN FINNANE June 27, 2011   The Alice Springs Town Council will be writing to Coles, Woolworths and local IGA stores (now Lhere Artepe...

Coles says it will lose revenue, not profiteer

KIERAN FINNANE reports Tuesday June 28 Coles expects to lose revenue as a result of foregoing the sale of cask wine in Alice Springs, says...

Alice at the table of Canberra grog summit

By KIERAN FINNANE Posted July 5. Photo: Alcoholic drinks decanted into soft drink bottles in Alice Springs.   With a floor price for alcohol and no take-away sales...

Stopping the next generation of alcoholics before they start

By KIERAN FINNANE   We can do something to prevent the next generation of alcoholics from developing and it involves intervening in the earliest years of...

Rod Moss wins Prime Minister's literary award

By JACQUIE CHLANDA in Canberra and ERWIN CHLANDA   The Hard Light of Day by Alice Springs author Rod Moss today won the Prime Minister's non-fiction award...

Alice airport could close in major flood

4.5% downturn expected this year but investment continues   By KIERAN FINNANE   The Alice Springs Airport could not be guaranteed to remain open in the case of...

Fly-in, fly-out desert knowledge

By ERWIN CHLANDA   A branch of the desert knowledge movement, that supposedly quintessential Central Australian drive to transform the governance and economy of the vast...

PM will be asked to help Alice's flagging tourism industry

By KIERAN FINNANE   The Town Council is writing to the Prime Minister to ask for financial assistance for the tourism industry in the Centre. While...

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