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NT bets its future on an asset in freefall

By JULIUS DENNIS A paper published by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) has slammed the NT and Federal Governments for pinning...

Tiny creatures may block fracking

By ERWIN CHLANDA A species of tiny creatures that have recently been found to be living right across aquifers of the gas-rich Beetaloo basin north...

Feds cash: Hand-outs or hand-ups?

By ERWIN CHLANDA A simple road can clearly be a very different thing to different people. For Protect Country Alliance spokesperson Dan Robins the Morrison Government...

Fighting not just to survive, but to flourish

By KIERAN FINNANE At the Institute of Cultural Inquiry in Berlin academics kept asking Que Kenny about how Aboriginal people connect to the land: “I...

Beetaloo $50m handout for frackers incites greenies

A $50m Federal handout for frackers has raised the hackles of the environmental lobby but it receiving support from the NT's CLP Senator Sam...

Cut Federal funds to bring NT in line on debt: Sam McMahon

By ERWIN CHLANDA CLP Senator Sam McMahon says the way to rein in the Territory’s massive debt may need to be a cut to funding...

Braitling is an endurance race, says anti fracking Hopper

By JULIUS DENNIS Almost 14% of the Territory has already had their say in the August 22 election via early voting, says the NT Electoral...

‘No fracking’ a Territory Alliance promise hard to keep

By ERWIN CHLANDA "No fracking in the NT" is a brave promise by the Territory Alliance but one that may be hard to keep if...

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...

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.

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