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‘Once in 50 years opportunity’ for tourism in The Centre

By ERWIN CHLANDA COVID-19 is giving Central Australia has a “once in 50 years” opportunity to capture Australian tourists who – for a limited time...

Quarantine facility ‘ticking timebomb’

By ERWIN CHLANDA A man who was in compulsory quarantine in the Top End’s Howard Springs COVID-19 facility says he observed first-hand breaches of numerous...

Gunner’s Alice: real issues nowhere to be seen

COMMENT by ERWIN CHLANDA Labor clearly thinks it can get away with campaigning on a single issue: COVID-19. Michael Gunner last night used the entire...

COVID staff fail to apply hunger strikers health protocols used in prisons

By ERWIN CHLANDA NT government COVID personnel are in breach of standard Correctional Services protocols for dealing with people going on a hunger strike which...

COVID waste a danger for school kids: quarantined hunger striker

By ERWIN CHLANDA Hunger striker Braedon Earley, who is detained in the Howard Springs COVID quarantine station, says rubbish he has seen around what amounts...

Driver arrested after running COVID checkpoint

A man who ran a COVID control point was stopped by police with tyre deflation devices 20 km west of Katherine on the Victoria...

Air travellers: Who controls pandemic rules?

UPDATE August 4, 9.13am: The source for this report is Darwin businessman and former 1Territory Party president, Braedon Earley (at left). This morning he went...

Some students start Term 3 in quarantine

Students who have travelled from interstate who are required to quarantine will be supported by their school to engage in remote learning from the start of the term, according to a media release from Minister for Education, Selena Uibo.

Rush for answers after four years of idleness

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gunner, Finocchiaro present fuzzy ideas to get us out of the pandemic chaos. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

COVID kindling set to ignite with a single spark

 

 

The serious outbreaks of community transmission of the coronavirus across Victoria and in Sydney make it look increasingly likely that severe restrictions will need to be reimposed in those places, and the Northern Territory needs "hard borders" to hotspots, writes DONNA AH CHEE (pictured) in an Op Ed for the Alice Springs News. She is the CEO of the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress.

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