Past politicians' standards of behaviour and intellect were far superior to anything we see today, and their achievements vastly more outstanding, writes ALEX NELSON. PHOTO by him: Former Senator Bernie Kilgariff.
Bruce Impu, the third offender, pleaded guilty today to his part in the rape of two European tourists in May 2012. At the age of just 20 he has a 15-page criminal history. KIERAN FINNANE reports from the Supreme Court.
One fact that stands out from all the controversy swirling around Territory politics at present is just how closely it echoes the events of a quarter century ago that almost unravelled the CLP in the 1980s. ALEX NELSON comments. He is pictured when he was chosen as the CLP Member of the Year in August 1990.
Liverpudlian Dave Oakes (pictured) ended up in the Alice when his wife convinced him to turn left at Threeways "just to have a look" because she thought Alice Springs sounded romantic. ANDREA JOHNSTON reports.
Members of the same family, including former CEO and Deputy to the Territory Administrator Pat Miller, have given themselves and each other loans from funds of the Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service (CAALAS). ERWIN CHLANDA reports.
The Abbott Government leaves unchallenged the Ayers Rock (Uluru) park management plan, approved by Peter Garrett, despite its flaws. When the climb is closed permanently, as it is planned, will the sunset be enough? ERWIN CHLANDA reports.
The Stuart MLA's husband and self-confessed biggest fan, DAVE PRICE (pictured), discloses his wife's role in last week's CLP upheaval and lets fly against prominent Charles Darwin University professor, Rolf Gerritsen.
CLP chaos and dysfunction continues in the wake of yet another CLP Minister moving to the backbench - sparking the 14th Cabinet reshuffle in just two and a half years, writes Natasha Fyles (pictured), Shadow Minister for Government Accountability.