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Driver arrested after running COVID checkpoint

A man who ran a COVID control point was stopped by police with tyre deflation devices 20 km west of Katherine on the Victoria...

Dingoes, not goats

Sir – "Mark Reidel would like to see a Territory cooperative for small sized goat farming creating a “wide range of affiliated occupations and...

Glory days of Anzac Oval in the 1950s

Sir – I've been researching NT football history for many years and I continue to do so. I have just commented on one of...

Your CBD, their plans

 

 

At the eleventh hour, the public will finally see the designs for work intended to "revitalise" the CBD. KIERAN FINNANE comments.

A pub with no beer no more

 

 

Beer at Monte's – see how it's made and then drink it. JULIUS DENNIS reports.

The first beer

 

 

 

The first beer under the new rules was served in the Todd Tavern in the Mall a few minutes ago. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Man armed with hunting-style knife arrested

"Verbal commands and appropriate operational safety tactics," avoid harm, say police.

You and the dunny door

 

 

 

Pulling or pushing, that is the question. GUEST COMMENT by PAUL LEWIS.

Barkly Council adopts COVID-19 relief measures

 

 

Rates and charges reviewed, rates debt moratorium, civic projects brought forward to "keep the Barkly strong," writes Mayor Steven Edgington (pictured).

CLP announces $20m Greener Safer Homes' stimulus

 

 

The CLP Opposition calls on the Labor Government to immediately boost the Territory’s struggling economy by introducing a $20m Greener Safer Homes scheme which the CLP will implement if elected in August, writes Opposition Leader Lia Finocchiaro (pictured).

Finocchiaro targets grandstand, pets and booze

 

 

Opposition Leader Lia Finocchiaro raises questions about the economy and population decline as 2020 Parliamentary sittings start.

$20bn Sun Cable has national security risks, expert warns

The world's biggest solar array planned in The Centre Central could launch Australia as a energy superpower, but China is lurking in the background. EXCLUSIVE by MARK J SMITH who spoke with former diplomat, major energy project and China business expert, Dr John Saunders (pictured).

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