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Issue 13

My sister was killed, allegedly in an alcohol fueled incident

 

 

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Yesterday I woke to a phone call telling me my sister had been killed. I am devastated, writes Bess Price (pictured), MLA for Stuart.

Why Alice Springs' own ocean beach is doing so well

When looking at wealth creation and managing lifestyle, the score cards of Alice Springs and Streaky Bay are vastly different. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Let the Anderson show continue …

 

 

If lions and lambs can lie down together in the Elysian Fields, PUPs and king browns can do the same in the NT.

Mercilessly enforcing rules against drunks, thieves, deadbeats

 

 

 

The town's 400 problem drinkers are malingerers, thieves, deadbeats and worse. Their colour is irrelevant and it should continue to be seen as irrelevant in our dealings with their misbehaviour.

Do police take action against carers of young delinquents?

 

 

Why do police not prosecute parents and carers who fail to provide their children with the necessities of life? ERWIN CHLANDA receives a response from Assistant Police Commissioner Jamie Chalker (pictured).

NT Education Minister 'blown away' at Cape York Academy

 

I have spent the last three days visiting remote schools on the Cape York Peninsula, analysing why they're seeing great results with far less resources than Territory schools. I was absolutely blown away by the high level of engagement in every classroom and have committed to work with Noel Pearson and his Cape York Aboriginal Australian Academy, writes Peter Chandler, Northern Territory Minister for Education.

Bring back youth street workers: Paech

 

 

 

 

Alice Springs Town Councillor, Chansey Paech (pictured), is starting a petition calling on the NT Government to reinstate after hours youth street workers.

Youth crime: 'Shameful reality on shoulders of parents, guardians'

 

 

 

 

Police are providing increased presence in and around the CBD, with a focus on targeting young people on the streets at night and to crackdown on youth crime, says Assistant Commissioner Jamie Chalker.

 

Stop loitering, pass new law if needed

 

 

Loitering with intent is forbidden elsewhere. It should be here as well.

LETTER: Give up the grog, as a town

 

 

 

 

 

If bush communities can do it, why not Alice?

Will Blain win put Giles at risk?

 

 

 

Gerry Wood may have ensured no change in Chief Minister. Now Giles may be at risk.

Leo Abbott quits CLP to stand against Bess Price

 

 

 

Leo Abbott to challenge Bess Price in Stuart. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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