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Minister calls on traditional owners to support resource industry

By ERWIN CHLANDA Our resource industry, the Territory itself and the gas sector will not reach their full potential "without close collaboration by traditional owners...

Keep out the gas industry, activists urge cattlemen

By JULIUS DENNIS A landholder with a history in fighting mining companies over land access says that “the government's created a monster” by giving the...

Feds cash: Hand-outs or hand-ups?

By ERWIN CHLANDA A simple road can clearly be a very different thing to different people. For Protect Country Alliance spokesperson Dan Robins the Morrison Government...

Beetaloo $50m handout for frackers incites greenies

A $50m Federal handout for frackers has raised the hackles of the environmental lobby but it receiving support from the NT's CLP Senator Sam...

Gunner’s great gas hope ‘collapses’

Gas analyst for the Institute of Energy, Economics and Financial Analysis, BRUCE ROBERTSON in this OpEd says as export partners pull out, Origin and...

Students to strike over gas policies

By ERWIN CHLANDA Students and others will stage a demonstration at the Welcome to Alice Springs sign on the South Stuart Highway at 8.45am tomorrow...

Beetaloo company welcomes PM’s gas plans

By ERWIN CHLANDA The head of an oil company with interests in the Territory's Beetaloo basin has welcomed that "gas supply will be prioritised by...

Make fracking pause last forever: cattle man

 

 

Territory pastoralists and Native Title holders welcome the announcement by Santos that it will abandon its exploration and fracking program for the McArthur Basin “beyond 2020,” write Daniel Tapp (pictured), Big River Station and Estelle Fararr, Roper Valley.

Finocchiaro to talk about jobs in onshore gas

Over 25 years a moderate scale of onshore gas development could be worth $9 billion nationally, drive development in Northern Australia, and generate thousands of jobs in the Northern Territory, writes Opposition Leader Lia Finocchiaro (pictured).

'Sneaky' Christmas present from Environment Minister

 

 

 

We condemn the sneaky – but not surprising – decision by NT Environment Minister Eva Lawler  (pictured) to sign off on Origin Energy’s Beetaloo Basin fracking plans just two days before Christmas, writes Dan Robins of the Protect Country Alliance.

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