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Sacred sites authority mum on Melanka trees



The Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority is wrapping into red tape an enquiry by the Alice Springs News about sacred trees on the Melanka block in the CBD. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Melanka block development: Scouts made it happen

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Immobilised Droid (at left in the photo) awaits instructions as outer space Rebels attend a space wars council. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Trees on Melanka block no longer sacred?




Sacred trees, which complicated design of $100m Melanka complex, now neglected and at risk from car parking traffic. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Old Melanka site for sale – again




$100m dollar project dropped. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


Election year: you'll be promised one of these




2016: All dressed up but where to go, asks HAL DUELL.


EXCLUSIVE: Melanka money in hand, start early next year




This is a good time to build, says the owner of the site. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. IMAGE released late last year.


Spot the difference


Now that Melanka has been given its exceptional development permit, its tall trees seem to have gone. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

A City like Darwin, or a Town like Alice?



Hurry to stop high rise, writes Eugene Blom.


Controversial high rise not affected by firm's collapse




The $100m eight storey Melanka project is "unaffected" by an Osborne company going into liquidation. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. See UPDATE posted 3:30pm.


Developing what?



The Centre is still in the economic wilderness: Not much is happening aside from throwing public money at police stations and a courthouse (pictured) that may sadly be necessary but are producing nothing. ERWIN CHLANDA comments.


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