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Juvenile bail amendments unclear, inadequate: CLP

LETTER TO THE EDITOR The key issues we see with Labor's bail amendments legislation is it doesn’t return breach of bail conditions as an offence...

CLP to introduce tougher bail laws

LETTER TO THE EDITOR The Gunner Labor Government should be ashamed of its negligent failure to address the Territory’s crime crisis, which was showcased last...

Alice facing new blackout: CLP

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Sir – The criticism levelled at the Essential Service’s Minister over her response to the catastrophic Alice Springs System Black outage,...

Row over safety in the Mall

Giving concerns about safety as the reason, Parrtjima spokesman Paul Ah Chee has announced performance events in the Mall will be again be cancelled...

Kids, parents must pay for crime: 3 Alice MLAs

By ERWIN CHLANDA A Country Liberal Party Government would amend the Bail Act to ensure that repeat offenders face the consequences of their actions, say...

CLP and ALP, both dole out the mushroom treatment

By ERWIN CHLANDA What do the NT Government and Opposition have in common? They avoid answering probing media questions whenever they can. On October 6 a...

Facebook campaigning: so much easier than answering questions

This report contains offensive material. By JULIUS DENNIS Facebook posters who think they can malign people from a vantage point of anonymity, especially during this election...

Caring for kids, stopping offending: The town’s big issue.

By ERWIN CHLANDA There was a strong thread at the election debate on Wednesday night, right across the political spectrum, about caring for young people...

Natural gas: Anything you can do I can do better

 

With the election approaching the CLP and the ALP have agreed that fracking gas is good for business. Now they are going hand-in-hand on hydrogen. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

UPDATE July 20: Minister Wakefield has replied the government received $445.6m from gas royalties in 2018/19.

Tweedledum and Tweedledee both like fracking

By ERWIN CHLANDA The Country Liberal Party says “it is going for gas,” quoting the possible creation of 13,600 jobs and $3.7 billion in tax...
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NT Government closes Aboriginal school on ‘false information’

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Repairing social relations, repairing infrastructure

By KIERAN FINNANE The best ways to revitalise the Alice Springs CBD may well come from moves other than public works – notoriously slow anyway....