Grilles on shop windows that are things of beauty in themselves, from inside and out; gates at the shop entrance that are a work of art: instead of deadening the street with blank roller doors, they enliven it, while delivering the same security or better. It's happening here in Alice Springs. KIERAN FINNANE reports.
Fear that an amendment in the SA Parliament will destroy Anangu property rights in the "Lands" brings toxic relationships between APY board chairman and celebrated artist, and his CEO, in the state's top end to the boil. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.
Recognition of prior learning under Federal scrutiny as interim CEO takes charge. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: Deputy CEO Dorothy Morrison with Defence Indigenous Development Program graduate Private Breana Miller.
Work Safe will be investigation yesterday's "mass casualty incident". Flames penetrating mesh fences and the crowd being close to the competition will be among the among the issues examined. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. Photo: Mr Gunner with hospital superintendent Dr Sam Goodwin, Police Superintendent Bradley Currie and Andrew Everingham, heading up the St John Ambulance, this morning in Alice Springs.
UPDATE September 9:
All four patients who were transferred to the Royal Adelaide Hospital are now in a stable condition, according to the Senior Media Adviser of South Australian Health.
Living theatre requires participation. Turning up, you take more than the usual gamble on whether you will be thrilled or bored. To some extent, you will be given the opportunity to thrill or bore yourself! KIERAN FINNANE reviews.
In a selection of 40 animated films made by prisoners, shown as part of the Desert Festival, none found gaol an easy place to be, most longed for freedom and were full of resolve to not repeat mistakes; some struck tragic notes about the past and the present. KIERAN FINNANE reviews. Still at left from a film by Larry Doolan.