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Indi Kindi expands to Tennant Creek

By MARK SMITH Leading not-for-profit Aboriginal early years initiative, Indi Kindi will expand into new Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory, including Tennant Creek as part...

Barkly has a can-do dude at the helm

By JULIUS DENNIS Jeffrey Mclaughlin sits over a Big Brekky plate laden with bacon eggs and white toast in The Red Centre Cafe in Tennant...

Parents make kids clean up their vandalism

By ERWIN CHLANDA SEE ALSO in our News in Brief. A group of children have been made to clean up their destruction following the unlawful breaking...

Climate change: will our region remain liveable?

By KIERAN FINNANE “Climate change is on the tongue, but sinking it into the brain of Aboriginal people is the gap that has to...

Tennant Creek's a party town, but the cost is high

Three hosts will have to add $1,099 each to the cost of their bash.

Progress for $20bn Sun Cable

 

 

Two prominent private investment firms are backing Sun Cable, the proposed Australia-Singapore Power Link worth $20 billion, writes Chief Minister Michael Gunner (pictured).

Billionaire may invest in giant Tennant solar farm

 

 

Aussie investor to make announcement about giant Tennant Creek solar farm to supply Darwin and Singapore, writes Chief Minister Michael Gunner.

Desert Mob: the enduring phenomenon


 
More than 200 artists are represented in Desert Mob; many more are active when you consider some of the big names missing from the show, obviously in too much demand elsewhere, and the many others whose work was available at the Market Place. Considered in light of the region’s population, it is phenomenal. KIERAN FINNANE reports on some of the highlights.

Barkly gets nation's first Regional Deal

2629 weather radar SM

 

 

$63m over 10 years, $15.4m for weather radar station (similar to the one pictured) over 20 years, was announced today jointly by Labor and Liberal pollies in Tennant Creek.

Crime wave by juveniles

"Unlawful entry at a bank," assault, stealing and a firearm offence – all in a night's work for Tennant Creek cops.

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