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Parole procedures changed as murderer is arrested

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The arrest of fugitive convicted murderer Peter Michael Kamm (pictured) in Alice Springs has triggered a review of the process of revoking a person’s parole and that person being taken into custody.

 

Police search for convicted murderer

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Police are searching for Peter Michael Kamm (pictured) in the Alice Springs area. He was convicted of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment on January 31, 1991.

 

Scullion hopes to retain Aboriginal portfolio

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Senator Nigel Scullion (pictured) will make no comment on last night's change of leader until the new Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has allocated the ministries. Adam Giles: "I am looking forward to Malcolm coming to the Northern Territory."By ERWIN CHLANDA with additional reporting by DANIELLE deBRENNI.

 

EXCLUSIVE: Melanka money in hand, start early next year

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This is a good time to build, says the owner of the site. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. IMAGE released late last year.

 

Spot the difference

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Now that Melanka has been given its exceptional development permit, its tall trees seem to have gone. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Step into this song of praise

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An art space transforms long vacant office space on Todd Mall, with artist photographer Mike Gillam presenting Maximo of Mparntwe. A song of praise to the natural world and its creatures all around us. KIERAN FINNANE reviews.

 

NT gas pipeline hits major snag, say anti-frackers

The Giles Government’s plans for a speedy NT gas pipeline to the Eastern states are stuck at the starting blocks, writes Tanya Hall of the Central Australian Frack Free Alliance. See UPDATE September 11.

 

Women's shelter CEO Telstra award finalist

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Dale Wakefield (pictured), executive officer of Alice Springs Women’s Shelter since 2007, has been named as one of 10 finalists for the 2015 Telstra Northern Territory Business Women’s Awards.

 

25th Desert Mob: 'We all grew up together'

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"Another year has passed and here we are again ... we started off quite small ... and we all grew up together, didn't we?" with these words Nyurpaya Kaika-Burton launched the 25th Desert Mob. KIERAN FINNANE reviews the region's flagship exhibition.

 

NATS were great but figures don't stack up

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Giles in apparent muddle over people and admission numbers.

 

Govt pays Telstra half for new outback mobile services

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But no cost share in revenue. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Men sought for stealing with violence

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Police investigate attack on cyclist.

 

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