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Triumphant painting revival at Papunya

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Far from simply trading off the art historical prestige of their community, a new generations of artists at Papunya are reinvigorating  its proud tradition. KIERAN FINNANE reports.

House prices for quarter down 5%, units 7%, unit sales up.

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And as for the year ending June 30, the local L J Hooker boss Doug Fraser says there was a marked increase in the number of houses sold but unit sales were at the lowest rate since the company started to keep records. PHOTO: Araluen, where in the June quarter 13 houses were sold but the prices dropped 17% from the March quarter, while next-door in Gillen there was the same number of sales but prices rose 2.4%.

 

Kids crisis: Town board to keep check on govt. agencies?

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Town Councillor, conservative political activist and businessman STEVE BROWN, in a guest comment, calls for a local board to keep an ongoing check on the work of government instrumentalities, and for an overnight place for kids that is "the coolest in town" but that they can leave only if they are picked up by a parent or guardian, or are being bussed to a supervised home.

 

All bulls find buyers at Show sale

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Average prices just under $5000. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Street kids: Is Positive Loitering worth a try?

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Turning the US and THEM into just US? Report by ERWIN CHLANDA.  

See VIDEO.

5 abscond from Bush Mob, allegedly steal car, booze, cash from Ross River tourist resort and cattle station

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Don't approach them, say police.

 

UPDATE Saturday 10am from Families Minister Dale Wakefield.

 

UPDATE Saturday 12:15pm: Three arrests.

 

UPDATE July 27: Last absconder arrested, charged.

 

Cattle in great condition at the Show

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Brilliant weather draws big crowd to Show. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Indigenous art gallery, cultural centre: combined or separate?

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We will take advice, says Tourism and Culture Minister Lauren Moss (right) after Harold Furber (left) announces consultations will begin on "the entire project".

Bright future, sheer talent, the MONA effect: upbeat NAIDOC

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"We are here and really positive and happy to work towards a bright future for everyone,” says MLA Chansey Paech, who led today's NAIDOC march. He also comments on Harold Furber's announcement about merging the national Indigenous art gallery and the cultural centre projects.
KIERAN FINNANE reports.

Show is a snapshot of the region, says GG

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Tomorrow's Show will be a snapshot of the hardiness and pioneering spirit of people in The Centre, says Governor General. He spoke with ERWIN CLANDA. He is pictured with Nerys Evans and Ted Egan at a reception hosted by Mayor Damien Ryan yesterday.

 

We need to get these kids off the streets: Wakefield

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Yesterday's Kittle riot "behaviour is absolutely unacceptable" but all prevention measures the Minister (pictured) mentions will depend on the cooperation of the young people. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Kittles car yard empty after kids run amok

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The town's biggest car yard today at 3:30 am (at left) and at 7pm. Police Acting Assistant Commissioner says: "They are not our kids. We can only react to what they are doing." ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

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