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Temporary Beat Locations – are they on or not?




Drinking in public is escalating again, says grog abuse action group. PHOTO: Drinking wine in the park across the road from Todd Tavern last week.


Styling up, Yapa way




There are two strands to the Yapa Styles event: one showcases excellence in Indigenous design, especially in fabrics and accessories; the other fosters self-confidence and “the beauty within” in local Aboriginal people, boys and girls, women and men. KIERAN FNNANE reports.


Back to the drawing board on water planning




It is time to write the last two years off as a bad experiment go back to the drawing board on government water planning, writes David Morris (pictured) of the Environmental Defenders Office.


Empty Mall shops price war, new IGA likely




A commercial rent war is heating up as the Alice Plaza is attracting businesses from other shopping centres and is likely to be adding an IGA supermarket to its tenants. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: Empty shops in the Alice Plaza where the IGA is proposed to be located.


Waste not: the art of reinvention




Artist Faye Alexander is perennially on the lookout for materials as she goes about her daily life and travels, then meditates on what she has found until its expressive potential is revealed, writes Kieran Finnane.

Braitling unit damaged in fire




A fire caused major damage to a unit in Ludgate Street at 5.30pm yesterday afternoon but police say no-one was hurt. Story and photo by DANIELLE DeBRENNI.


Man sought in relation to alleged aggravated assaults




Police are seeking public assistance in locating a 30-year-old man, Matthew Edwards (pictured).


Electoral Commission must review draft redistribution – Giles




The Northern Territory Electoral Commission should retain all three Alice Springs seats and rethink how it deals with population growth in Palmerston, writes Chief Minister Adam Giles.


Indonesian cattle import drop no big worry for Centre




A new announcement possible to follow month of fasting, suggests Cattlemen's Association. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: The recent Alice Springs cattle sale.


Todd Mall crime scene after alleged sexual assault



A woman is alleged to have been sexually assaulted in Todd Mall. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

See UPDATE 12:50pm

Kart racer full throttle again after illness




Bradley Connor races in NT Dirt-Kart Titles in Alice Springs after surgery to remove a tumor late last year. DANIELLE DeBRENNI reports.


Snagging tourists or voters?




$1m barramundi much more likely to be caught by locals than tourists. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


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