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Palm Valley suffers as buffel intrudes



While South Australia has been fighting a war against buffel for decades, and last year declared the grass to be a weed, in the NT the feral plant has been allowed to spread practically unchecked. There is now a major infestation of Palm Valley, one of The Centre's prime social and economic assets. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Buffel inaction makes mockery of parks hype




Minister defends inaction on plant that has been declared a noxious weed in South Australia. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Town camp review to have broad scope




Leases, infrastructure, service delivery, housing and legislation to come under the microscope, says Housing Minister Bess Price, pictured at Little Sisters' camp with Baden Williams this morning. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Public housing: seven years, eight months wait



There are 113 vacant public homes and Alice Springs while 612 applicants are waiting up to 93 months – that's seven years and eight months – to move in. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: Boarded-up public housing in Alice Springs.


Mother, daughter, rise in mainstream politics




NT Minister Bess Price conducts the swearing in of daughter Jacinta as an Alice Springs Town Council elected member. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Giles flags cultural center at Aboriginal Affairs rebirth



Adam Giles "puts aside" $20m for a national centre celebrating the cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Central Australia, but where exactly is not clear. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: Bess Price, Adam Giles and SA Premier Jay Weatherill this morning during the opening of the Office of Aboriginal Affairs in Alice Springs.


16% of public dwellings vacant, 614 applicants waiting



There are 114 unoccupied dwellings public housing dwellings in Alice Springs and about 614 applicants on the wait list, according to a spokeswoman for Housing Minister Bess Price. Vandalism continues to be a problem. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Prof Gerritsen in Alison Anderson's cheer squad: Bess Price's husband after the coup




The Stuart MLA's husband and self-confessed biggest fan, DAVE PRICE (pictured), discloses his wife's role in last week's CLP upheaval and lets fly against prominent Charles Darwin University professor, Rolf Gerritsen.


Cabinet: Bess Price gains housing, Tollner back




Bess Price (Stuart, pictured) has gained housing as a new portfolio in the reshuffle announced by Chief Minister Adam Giles a short while ago. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Price turns back on Whitegate after using it in her election campaign: Lawrie




Opposition Leader, Delia Lawrie, says government frontbencher Bess Price (pictured) "was happy enough to use traditional owners connected to the Whitegate families in her election advertising two years ago, but now she will take no action to ensure these people get the water turned back on and their land tenure issues resolved.”

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