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Two servos still waiting, United uncertain

By OSCAR PERRI It's been more than four years now since United Petroleum were granted a development permit for two service stations in Alice, and...

Mega-department created from secret report

The regions have been stripped of a say on local health by Labor reversing CLP reforms in 2014 which ensured decision-making isn’t solely driven...

Lucky the Town Council isn't in the forestry business

 

 

This little tree (1.2m) and recently denuded by processional caterpillars, on a suburban nature strip, is the subject of an extraordinary and costly campaign by the council to remove it. Guest Writer RALPH FOLDS tells the story.

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.

Gunner Government 'droving' away investment

 

 

Opening up cattle station land to non-pastoral uses may be slowed down by a new veto right for Aboriginal native title holders, writes Ashley Manicaros, CEO, NT Cattlemen’s Association (pictured).

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