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Another nail in the Anzac High coffin

 

For the second time NTCAT has knocked back an injunction halting demolition works at the former Anzac Hill High School. Although the walls and roofs are still intact, they are set to come down from next Tuesday, 5 November, the tribunal was told. KIERAN FINNANE reports. 

No to halting Anzac High demolition: tribunal


 
Undeterred, local historian Alex Nelson will now attempt to get an injunction in the NT Supreme Court. The clock is running down to Monday, when demolition proper is due to start, with heavy machinery procured by the contractor en route.  KIERAN FINNANE reports.

 

UPDATE, 18 October 2019, 11.22am: In reasons published today, the NTCAT President says review sought by Mr Nelson would have "at least an arguable prospect of success".

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