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Brawling parties: in the streets, in the meeting rooms

By KIERAN FINNANE See you around the table or see you in court? The Town Council last night took a bet each way: inviting the...

Chief Minister draws council’s ire – again

By KIERAN FINNANE It would not have been comfortable being Brent Warren, sitting alone last night in the public gallery of the Town Council, taking...

The grandstand and grandstanding



Millions for a drinks company on the rocks and a grandstand for the Darwin Turf Club as the Territory stumbles towards a record debt: In Part Five of his series Professor DON FULLER further assesses the Gunner Government which now may be within days of its demise. PHOTO: A bloated bureaucracy.

Transport Hall of Fame important for town: Gunner

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Police will be providing protection from criminals and departmental officials assistance with "compliance and governance," says Chief Minister.


Top govt job in Centre: Long time local ignored

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A Western Australian facing serious criticism in his past job will take the top NT public service job in Alice while Bruce Deans, a former leading light in commerce and volunteer work, gets passed over. No comment from Dale Wakefield. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. Photo from TV documentary Cry from the Heart.

GG to open Alice Show

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"It's never happened before," says Show president. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Pssst, here's something hot




Whistleblowers now have a place to go, courtesy Opposition Leader Gary Higgins (pictured). ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Alice in spin land



Born again Chief Minister Adam Giles may be dismissing yesterday's outrageous events as a bit of a tiff in an otherwise happy family, but the long knives in the CLP are far from sheathed. PHOTO: Mr Giles and Mr van Holthe in an ABC TV news broadcasts whose presenters displayed amazement at the events. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Town council canes Chief Minister – twice



The town council last night unanimously opposed the sale of the Territory Insurance Office (TIO), proposed by Chief Minister Adam Giles, and rejected several of his proposals for local government reform. TIO's generous flood insurance is likely to be lost.ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: The Gap, looking north-east towards the town, in the 1988 floods. By Hans Boessem.


60 Alice NGOs invited to meet with government

About 60 non-government organisations (NGOs) in Alice Springs have been invited to a meeting on February 25 with the Department of the Chief Minister. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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