Saturday, May 15, 2021

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New Town Council park imbecilic, says resident

OpEd by BERNARD HICKEY I live in Lackman Terrace and so have been up close to the changes at Tucker Park in Braitling which are...

Nine-year-old girl playing in park assaulted

2542 McEllister Park SM

 

Attack in broad daylight: Police are asking a woman to come forward who was walking a small dog in McEllister Park (pictured) and who may have witnessed the events.

 

UPDATE 4.33pm: Suspects of "Indigenous appearance".

German Foreign Office says mobile homes should stay only in caravan parks with guards, warns of rapes, armed robberies in Alice Springs

An attack on two German tourists in a mobile home in the West MacDonnell Ranges is of the kind described in a German Foreign Office security advisory website (pictured), in its Australia section singling out Alice Springs alone. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Sharp rises in parks fees, mining policy in doubt

Fees for camping in the most popular locations of the West MacDonnell
Ranges, one of several parks in Central Australia being transferred
from public to Aboriginal ownership by the NT Government, have been
increased sharply at very short notice.

Meanwhile today (Wednesday) Shadow Environment Minister Kezia Purick
says Minister for Central Australia, Karl Hampton, is refusing to
confirm Territory Labor’s policy on the co-existence of mines in
Territory national parks.

 

Pictured: Ormiston Gorge. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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