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Branch office in paradise

By ERWIN CHLANDA The flipside of missing out on overseas travel is engaging in its domestic variety, going to the kind of places people from...

Nature, markets kind to cattlemen. Crime, officialdom are not.

By ERWIN CHLANDA It’s a room full of smiles as cattlemen are gathering for their annual meeting after record rains and beef prices in the...

42 mm great, but some annoyance

Veteran tour operator and Eastside resident Charlie Carter says there has been "42 mm of steady rain over night" – brilliant news. However, as nothing...

Garden: Rain turns March from busy to frantic

By GEOFF MIERS With rain in January and February this year conditions are absolutely ideal for starting March gardening activities 10 to 14 days earlier...

With the humid weather and the rain come the bugs and the weeds

By GEOFF MIERS After the light rains over the past month it’s inevitable that garden pests and weeds will quickly emerge and the home gardener...

Hobby gardeners, back to work!

By GEOFF MIERS The party is over and it's time to get back into the garden before major disasters unfold after rain on nine days...

A touch of light: coolamons of chance

By MIKE GILLAM Photo© Mike Gillam  There is a reassuring circularity in this month’s return of Yeperenye caterpillars munching their way through pastures of thickening vines....

A Tassie winter’s day for Santa in Alice

Wot? Dressed for a winter's day in Tassie? Dark clouds, rain, 16 degrees? Hard to believe but this is Christmas Eve in Alice Springs in...

Bush roads take a pounding as good rains break drought

Many roads have become impassible or are subject to restrictions as wide-spread rains are continuing in The Centre, according to the Road Report NT...

The magic that rain is bringing to our gardens

By GEOFF MIERS After two fairly dry and extremely hot summers isn’t the rain wonderful! It might put an end to so many trees dying. La...
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Telstra troubles in Alice

By OSCAR PERRI Telstra is continuing its efforts to build a mobile phone tower to service areas south of The Gap with an NTCAT challenge...

Indigenous businesses: looking for way to the top

By ERWIN CHLANDA Desert Knowledge Australia (DKA) says it wants to accel­er­ate the growth of five local Indigenous enterprises "through inten­sive men­tor­ship, project-based learn­ing, and...

‘ABSTUDY stops, holds students back’

By OSCAR PERRI Having more Aboriginal lawyers and professionals is the place to start solving crime issues of Alice Springs, but the government is not...

50 years of netball in The Alice

By STEVE MENZIES There will be a certain off-court focus for the KFC Alice Springs Netball Association this weekend. This is despite the feature match of...