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Issue 9

Most violent year in the NT's history

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

 

Yesterday's crime statistics prove what Territorians already know – violent crime is on the rise in the Territory. 2013 was the highest year in crime against the person in the history of the Territory, writes Michael Gunner, Shadow Attorney General and Shadow Minister for Justice (pictured).

New northern Todd Mall: it's just not working

 

The Alice Plaza (pictured) is struggling for customers and tenants. It's just not working: That pretty well sums up the views of traders in the northern Todd Mall following its refurbishment at the cost of $5m provided by the NT Government. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Alice Springs airport expands solar power station

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

The Alice airport is rolling out the second stage of its solar power station. Construction on the new 325kw photovoltaic system commenced this month, writes Katie Cooper, Airport General Manager.

 

Festival broadens ambitions of Alice Cinema

There wasn't  great deal of money for the Alice Springs Cinema in the Sydney Travelling Film Festival, but a fortune in good experiences, says owner Paul Darvodelsky. Through hosting the festival the cinema has become much more widely known to have a fare beyond "crashes and explosions" – and he's determined to build on that new reputation. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: A debrief in the Mall after one of the films.

 

Cruising The Alice like the Queen

 

 

 

Single Female Bike Rider 7. Slow fun

. On a bike one experiences the world very differently from in a car, especially in Larapinta Drive.

Guess who's making things moving on Closing the Gap?

 

 

Immediately upon being elected Leader of the then Opposition, the underestimation of Tony Abbott began. He was dismissed as an unelectable Mad Monk, a misogynist and, in all likelihood, a closet racist. Have look at his record now.

 

Will bureaucracy kill community parades?

 

Massive costs for traffic control during parades organised by community clubs, and the refusal by both the Town Council and the government to provide substantial relief, were key issues at a small meeting of service club members today. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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