Chief Minister Adam Giles remains hell-bent on selling TIO and the deal is rumoured to be announced today. He would be doing so in the face of massive opposition, with the cost of flood insurance a major issue. COMMENT by ERWIN CHLANDA. PHOTO
The Central Land Council has all but ruled out a nuclear dump on Aboriginal land it controls – roughly half of the Territory's southern half. A "comprehensive proposal" is missing, says CLC director David Ross.
A $1b live export deal with China could be the most significant benefit to the cattle industry in The Centre in more than a decade, after nine years of drought and two years when shipping "on the hoof" was banned by the Federal Government. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.
Running their own textile design business moved a step closer this year for print-makers Kathy Inkamala and Lavinia Richards. At Batchelor Institute’s visual art studio, while continuing to produce their outstanding screenprints, they have learned to develop their designs as digital prints, allowing them to move towards larger scale production. KIERAN FINNANE reports.
As usual, there are winners and losers on Melbourne Cup Day, you can see it in their faces, but the "yessss" gesture of Health Minister Robyn Lambley (in broad brimmed hat) leaves little doubt in which category she was today when Protectionist won the race that stops a nation. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.