High-level review by EnergyQuest: “While many more wells will be needed before a development decision can be made, the Origin and Santos wells, in 2019, will go a long way to establishing whether the hype about the Beetaloo is justified.” ERWIN CHLANDA reports. MAP Australian Energy Council.
We understand the Northern Territory is facing a challenging set of circumstances. However, actions taken by government to achieve savings must never be at the expense of our children’s education, writes Tabby Fudge (pictured), President, Northern Territory Council of Government School Organisations.
Aboriginal leader joins Country Party: Phil Alice is a campaigner for youth initiatives and 25 year veteran with the NT police. An initiative by him in November 2017 to collaborate with the Town Council fell on deaf ears. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.
The Northern Territory can create more than $2bn in new annual revenue and over 8,000 new jobs by pursuing a target of 10 gigawatts of renewable energy by 2030, new research by Beyond Zero Emissions has found. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.
It's all in a days work for the chaplains in town. Canon BRIAN JEFFRIES writes about people in Alice Springs who perform great deeds without fanfare. PHOTO: Induction last year of Rev’d Rob Weekes as the new Police Fire and Emergency Services chaplain (Southern Command). L to R: Commander Brad Currie, Rev’d Rob Weekes, Assistant Commissioner Michael White.
The Government snipes at the Opposition and Robyn Lambley over pay rises yet they keep them on the shortest of leashes when it comes to providing staff. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. Photo: Gunner with lots more staff.