Mining, nursing, delivering babies, shopkeeping and reading bureaucrats the riot's act – it was all in a day's work for Joan Johannsen (pictured). From information provided by husband Lindsay Johannsen.
Trouble in the ranks of the Country Liberal Party isn't new, writes ALEX NELSON in part one of a series, on the 30th anniversary of Marshall Perron becoming Chief Minister, arguably the most significant leadership change in the political history of the NT. Mr Perron (at right in the photo) at the CLP Annual Conference “Galah Ball” at the Verdi Club in August 1988. From left: Unknown, Cherry Perron, Mike Reed, Federal National Party leader Ian Sinclair.
"Like most Alice Springs residents, I suspect, I have travelled the south Stuart Highway for years without knowing that the Woomera Prohibited Area (WPA) is still a live weapons testing range, open for business." KIERAN FINNANE reviews Kristian Laemmle-Ruff's exhibition, Woomera.
Eight feisty grandmothers pulled no punches when they declared, at yesterday's rally to end NAIDOC Week, that out of control kids and NGOs more interested in chasing public money than doing their jobs need to be on top of the town's agenda. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.
Western Arrernte watercolourist Mervyn Rubuntja (work at right) and Central Arrernte/ Mudburra painter Patricia Ansell Dodds are among six First Nations artists whose art work will be projected onto the Sydney Opera House every night for the coming year.