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Kings Canyon community invests in secondary education

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The traditional owners of the iconic Watarrka – Kings Canyon National Park have combined their rent income from the park with private donations to build a secondary school classroom to keep their children at school for longer.

 

UPDATE March 14: CLC responds to readers' comments.

Lightning kills man at King's Canyon

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Aussie tourist in family group of five killed by lightning at popular rim walk (pictured). Police report.

No oil, gas exploration in King's Canyon national park

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Land council went off half-cocked with its application to the Federal Government, says Mines Minister Dave Tollner (pictured).

 

Mining King's Canyon: 'Divide and rule' bid by Giles

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Adam Giles made unsubstantiated claims of divisions among the traditional owners Watarrka (King's Canyon), writes David Ross (pictured), Director of the Central Land Council.

 

Rock tour report stirs hornet's nest

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The magnificent West MacDonnells: Central Australia's beauty spots, how do we get there and what should it cost?

We are right and our paying customer is wrong: is that, judging from the reaction to issues we raised last week relating to a tour company, the bizarre business model of our tourist industry? ERWIN CHLANDA follows up.

 

Tourism NT move to Alice 'bound to be beneficial' – industry lobby

 

 

The coming summer will be a busy time for tourism managers in Alice Springs, says Tourism Central Australia (TCA) chairman Jeff Huyben.

Visitor numbers – as usual at that time – will be small but the government's Tourism NT (TNT), the statutory body promoting the industry with a budget of more than $40m, will be setting up its headquarters here, moving from Darwin, and Tony Mayell will take over from CEO John Fitzgerald (at left). ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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