How will his allegations be tested and will the commission make findings about the truth of them? asked NT Solicitor General Sonia Brownhill SC (pictured) who will cross-examine Mr Voller on Thursday. KIERAN FINNANE reports.
Aboriginal Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion wants bush kids to go to school but the bush school where this kid is meant to be going doesn’t want her, according to members of her family and friends. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.
No, it’s not an Easter bunny gone astray from a nearby shopping centre. It's ‘public art’ and it’s staying, marking the entrance to the reopened thoroughfare which provides the main access to the new Supreme Court building. Comment by KIERAN FINNANE.
Chamber of Commerce survey amplifies distrust in law and order responses. Break-ins and thefts discourage investment. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: A pointed example of vandalism, as reported by the ABC.
Why doesn't council use local skill and labour to get the job done, asked a fed up Judith Dona, who also attacked their 'nanny state' approach to canteen food. Meanwhile council looks set to improve on the entry to the mall, at present cluttered by unwelcoming 'NO' signs. KIERAN FINNANE reports.