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The way they would like you to vote

The tables on the right show the the how-to-vote suggestions by the parties and some independents – see headings on top. The column on the...

CLP to put ALP last

By ERWIN CHLANDA As parties and independent candidates are compiling their how to vote cards a spokeswoman for the Country Liberal Party has said it...

Kids on Country, ban fracking: Greens

By JULIUS DENNIS A total ban of fracking and comprehensive initiatives for dealing with troublesome children are key planks in the Greens' platform who are...

Split over acting Mayor

By KIERAN FINNANE Mayor Damien Ryan (left), a candidate in the forthcoming NT election, shows no sign of stepping away from his council role until...

Clean energy the plank to rebuild the economy

 

 

"It means making sure that we are not contributing to the heating and cooking of the planet by releasing millions of tonnes of emissions into the atmosphere," says environmental activist Jimmy Cocking (at left) in an election preview. JULIUS DENNIS reports.

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.

The Territory is too big for them to grasp

 

 

 

Halving our seats in Parliament: "The underlying presumption in such a cold, clinical, approach must be that all people are equal and are evenly scattered around an electorate within one climate zone," writes Bob Beadman (pictured).

How not to manage government finances: The case of the NT

 

Governments usually borrow money for creating infrastructure. In the Territory the cash is needed to pay the public servants' wages. DON FULLER reports. PHOTO: After three years of divisive Aboriginal art gallery debate, a hole in the ground is all the government has to show for, and the demolition of a perfectly good building, the historic Anzac highschool.

New government: Will you have what it takes?

 

 

Alice has relatively unspoiled natural beauty, is home to some real true-blue types, and is pretty much the only place I’ve been to in Australia where you’re totally surrounded by the truth of living in a post-colonial society, writes STEPHANIE HARRISON.

Education, youth crime, fracking: Live election issues

 

 

“If and only if the national Aboriginal art gallery is really, really good at a national level, the CBD, and everything else will follow. But concentrate first on what is best for art.” So says Maya Cifali (pictured) in our fourth instalment of Alice Votes, produced by JULIUS DENNIS.

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