We draw attention to these tragic events, 90 years after they occurred, by highlighting a series of reports by outstanding historian of The Centre, Dick Kimber. IMAGE: A painting courtesy of National Museum Australia by M. Joseph between 1974 and 1977 when she was a student at Yirara College.
The Mayor and the CEO, far from helping council to move on, have introduced new levels of scrutiny at a time when three councillors are already feeling under demoralising pressure from Codes of Conduct complaints. They also allowed last week’s civic reception of the Prime Minister to be politicised, giving over its organisation, including invitation list, to Senator Nigel Scullion in tandem with Cr Jacinta Price, while council picked up the tab. KIERAN FINNANE reports.
UPDATE, 2.30pm, 15 August 2018: Catering cost and invitation list, including some media, excluding others.
UPDATE, 2.30pm, 16 August 2018:The media section of the Office of the Prime Minister expressed regret to have inadvertently omitted our email address from its media alert.
The action was intended to "push back" at the "fear and misinformation" affecting the current council. Cr Melky invited those councillors affected by Code of Conduct complaints to join him. PHOTO: Councillors Satour and Melky rise to leave the council chamber tonight. KIERAN FINNANE reports.
Leaving school is a challenging time for any young person, but the future looks more limited when you have a disability, especially if your needs are high. It’s a problem around the country and Alice Springs is no exception. A A number of local schools, government departments, organisations and individuals are working together to try to change that, writes Jonathan Pilbrow.
A 2WD hatch and a 4WD dual-cab, both brand new, are replacing a 1959 Morris Minor in the small fleet of Western Desert Dialysis, better known as Purple House. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. Photo: Purple House staff with local and interstate members of Rotary, which donated the vehicles, during their handover on Friday.