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Food, dancing to raise money for the elderly central South Sudan

By JULIUS DENNIS Mary Maker, an Alice Springs resident, is doing her best to make a difference in her home city of Rumbek in central...

Private donations save Environmental Defenders Office

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Art auction and an emergency grant from the NT Law Society come to rescue.

 

Salvos to seek donations for tough times ahead

 

 

Alice   Springs   residents  have  been   asked   to   give  up   a   few  hours   of   their   time   to   collect   for   the  Red   Shield   Appeal  Doorknock  Weekend, May 24  –  25.

A fete made in Alice

 

 

Figures aren't finalised yet, but it looks like the annual Old Timers Fete on Saturday made $70,000. And all of that will stay in town, says Old Timers manager Mary Miles, head of the complex that cares for the town's elderly and frail. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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