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Minister calls on traditional owners to support resource industry

By ERWIN CHLANDA Our resource industry, the Territory itself and the gas sector will not reach their full potential "without close collaboration by traditional owners...

Keep out the gas industry, activists urge cattlemen

By JULIUS DENNIS A landholder with a history in fighting mining companies over land access says that “the government's created a monster” by giving the...

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...

Labor’s $4 billion deal: Gas and solar, a bob each way?

By ERWIN CHLANDA and JULIUS DENNIS The NT Government is spending vast amounts of money on two initiatives in direct opposition to each-other. On the one...

Gunner’s Budget: Don’t Mention The War in Alice Springs

By ERWIN CHLANDA The words “Alice Springs” were not spoken by Chief Minister and Treasurer Michael Gunner today when he handed down the 2020-21 Budget,...

Gunner’s great gas hope ‘collapses’

Gas analyst for the Institute of Energy, Economics and Financial Analysis, BRUCE ROBERTSON in this OpEd says as export partners pull out, Origin and...

Jobs, cash, debt, gas, solar and the world: Where to, Alice?

By ERWIN CHLANDA If the Territory's mammoth debt under our Labor government is keeping you awake at night, consider this: “It would now be damaging...

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...

‘Business will have a key role in COVID recovery’

Stemming the outflow of skilled people, advocating measures against public disorder which keeps tourists and investors away, urging changes to the VET system and...

Beetaloo company welcomes PM’s gas plans

By ERWIN CHLANDA The head of an oil company with interests in the Territory's Beetaloo basin has welcomed that "gas supply will be prioritised by...
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Road upgrades, and not much else for The Centre

By OSCAR PERRI Yesterday’s Federal Budget promises little change for the lives of Central Australians aside from a continuation of upgrade work on the Stuart...

NT Government closes Aboriginal school on ‘false information’

By JULIUS DENNIS The spokesperson for the Yipirinya School board elected at its AGM in November 2020 says “the board was dissolved because of false...

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....

Melky to stand for Mayor in August

By ERWIN CHLANDA Councillor for 10 years Eli Melky will be standing for Mayor it the local government election in August on a platform of...