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Road upgrades, and not much else for The Centre

By OSCAR PERRI Yesterday’s Federal Budget promises little change for the lives of Central Australians aside from a continuation of upgrade work on the Stuart...

We die sooner, terribly much sooner

By JULIUS DENNIS The average age of death for people in Central Australia is over 20 years younger than the national median, a staggeringly low...

Mereenie road seal crucial for tourism recovery

By ERWIN CHLANDA “The industry is on its knees. We are basically in our darkest hour.” Patrick Bedford (pictured) became chairman of Tourism Central Australia (TCA)...

Police fear Imanpa woman has been assaulted

 

They want to speak with Veronica Poulson and Max (Jnr) Armstrong.

 

UPDATE July 16, 5.25pm

Two seniors missing in remote area

They took water but no food, say police.

 

UPDATE 12.10pm: The couple has been found by a family member, according to the police. The car was disabled by branch severed its fuel line.

COVID-19 form targets wrong risk group: Cattlemen

 

The NT Government as part of its Covid-19 strategy is requiring some pastoralists to have a form to travel on their own properties, while people are bypassing police checkpoints, including by traveling along the rail corridor, to reach major towns, writes Ashley Manicaros (pictured), CEO, Northern Territory Cattlemen’s Association.

Central Australian survey to launch grassroots polling app

 

 

The general inaccuracy of polling leading into the 2019 Federal Election inspired a team, including Alice Springs News editorial contributor Mark J Smith, to create a tool for the public to analyse what voters may do on polling day.

Corona bush solutions: Health workers from interstate

 

 

Decisive and urgent action is needed to prevent COVID-19 spreading to remote Australian communities, the council of the Central Australia Academic Health Science Network decided yesterday, writes its Executive Director, Chips Mackinolty.

'Safe nuclear power known since 2009'

 

 

 

Uranium-rich Central Australia and the rest of Australia could have started to benefit from safe recycling used nuclear fuel to both dispose of "waste" and supply steam energy to turbines currently fired by coal, writes Jim Stewart, of Queensland.

New mines in The Centre – a snapshot

Five mines in The Centre are at varying stages of development. None have reached final investment decision, but if even just two make it into production, and that is likely, the economic advantages for Alice Springs would be significant, ranging from a big boost in employment to lower airfares for FiFo operations. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. At right: Drilling at Molyhil.

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