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More spin, not facts on gallery

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Ministers Wakefield (left) and Moss after "consultation" are clouding the Anzac Oval issue even further. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

UPDATE 8:40am: Since when does a “coffee” and a “conversation” constitute a credible scientific survey, asks Member for Araluen Robyn Lambley (at right).

Five youths arrested after armed robbery

Man injured, robbed by two young males armed with shovels.

Captains Starlight make the hospital less scary

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National charity sets up permanent presence in Alice Springs.

$300m NT airports expansions

The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility says the investment will help create up to 1,500 jobs and support the development of the NT's export potential, particularly in agriculture.

Six not at all Grey Nomads

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The wide open spaces is what blew them away in The Centre. They shared their adventures with ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

National Account figures: Territory last

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The second quarter in the red: Economy is in recession, writes Opposition Leader Gary Higgins. IMAGE: June Quarter 2018 National Account figures, Australian Bureau of Statistics.

A look across the border at our gallery rival

2574 SA gallery 1 SM"The potential flow-on from cultural tourism opportunities is more promising than ever. With worldwide tourist arrivals increasing 4% to 5% annually, the European Commission reports 40% of tourists choose destinations based on cultural offerings," writes art commentator Cillín Perera in In Daily. Meanwhile in Alice Springs the bitter dispute about the NT Government's preferred location is coming to the boil with the evaluation of two surveys, and the Government is stumm on whether its new gallery committee will have a say in the positioning. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. Image: Artist's impression of the proposed Adelaide gallery.

UDATED 10.47am 6 September 2018

Mineral exploration expenditure up 43% in the NT

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The Resourcing the Territory initiative will further encourage exploration, including the Geophysics and Drilling Collaboration grants program, which saw a record number of applicants this year, writes Ken Vowles (pictured), Minister for Primary Industry and Resources.

Gallery: national reference group appointed

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A National Reference Group for the proposed National Aboriginal Art Gallery has been announced. It includes significant Indigenous and local representation, among them Phillip Watkins, co-chair of the initial steering committee, and Benedict Stevens, apmereke artweye for Mparntwe.

UPDATED, 1.26pm,  4 September 2018.

Crime wave by juveniles

"Unlawful entry at a bank," assault, stealing and a firearm offence – all in a night's work for Tennant Creek cops.

Ring a bell?

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It should. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

It's happened before in the NT, writes historian ALEX NELSON.

SA budget allocation may put paid to Alice gallery: Higgins

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The proposal for the old Royal Adelaide Hospital site is taking shape and may sound the death knell for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Alice Springs, says Opposition Leader Gary Higgins. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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