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Caring for kids, stopping offending: The town’s big issue.

By ERWIN CHLANDA There was a strong thread at the election debate on Wednesday night, right across the political spectrum, about caring for young people...

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...

NT Greens say free Assange

The NT Greens condemn the continuing persecution of Wikileaks’ publisher Julian Assange by the US, British and Australian governments, a fundamental attack on all democratic rights, writes Jasmyn Sheppard, Convenor of the NT Greens.

Rural doctors: The Greens have got it right

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Their commitment includes minimum standards of service access, they promised the development of a rural health workforce innovation fund and to look at increasing the rural and remote bulk billing payment, writes Dr Adam Coltzau (pictured), president of the Rural Doctors Association of Australia.

Anti-fracking Greens: Are jobs for the dole schemes legal?

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A big “no” to fracking tops the list of priorities for the Greens candidate in Lingiari, George Hanna <strong>(pictured)</strong>. He’s even putting anti-fracking candidate Hamish MacFarlane, an independent who is close to 1 Territory, in second place on his how to vote card. This is ahead of Labor’s Warren Snowdon who is giving the Greens his number two slot. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

UPDATE Monday 2.30pm: About Safe Harbour.

Budget: 'Broken CDP worse despite promising overhaul'

Budget changes fail to fix unfair mutual obligations causing significant harm in communities, writes Australian Greens Senator RACHEL SIEWERT.

Greens on Pine Gap: Move towards non-aligned foreign policy

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Greens Leader Richard Di Natale (pictured), in The Centre for his party's national conference, speaks with ERWIN CHLANDA about the US spy base in Alice Springs and what he regards as the shortcomings of public services for Indigenous people.

 

Greens Senator: Investigate those who led us into the Iraq war

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Scott Ludlam (pictured) tells Pine Gap public forum that the Australian Prime Minister's office is just another "jointly operated outpost" of the United States. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

The Greens Senator and that four-letter-word: Work.

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Is the solution for the Territory's problems Guaranteed Adequate Income? ERWIN CHLANDA speaks with Greens Senator Rachel Siewert about it and other ideas her party has for Central Australia. PICTURED are Senator Siewert in Alice Springs, with Vince Forrester and Dalton Dupuy (Greens candidates for Namatjira and Braitling, respectively).

CLP secretly signing Territory away, say Greens

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Deal was signed the day before government went into caretaker mode, writes Greens candidate Dalton Dupuy (pictured).

 

UPDATE 3:10pm

 

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