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CLP to put ALP last

By ERWIN CHLANDA As parties and independent candidates are compiling their how to vote cards a spokeswoman for the Country Liberal Party has said it...

COVID waste a danger for school kids: quarantined hunger striker

By ERWIN CHLANDA Hunger striker Braedon Earley, who is detained in the Howard Springs COVID quarantine station, says rubbish he has seen around what amounts...

The Dart

It always hits its target.

LETTERS: Voice in Parliament, the cost of beer, fibre or rail?

Sir – I wrote the following letter to the secretary of the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters. Dear Secretary, I wish to make a submission...

“No comment” about man on hunger strike in quarantine

ABOVE: Food which hunger striker Braedon Earley left outside his quarantine room. By ERWIN CHLANDA “We won’t be commenting on individuals in the quarantine facilities.” That is...

A touch of light: deep water, dry river

By MIKE GILLAM All images © Mike Gillam I arrived in the predawn, a crescent moon and Venus standing brightly to the north, above and beyond...

Kids on Country, ban fracking: Greens

By JULIUS DENNIS A total ban of fracking and comprehensive initiatives for dealing with troublesome children are key planks in the Greens' platform who are...

Pine Gap: A tiny crack, but enough to let some light in

By ERWIN CHLANDA The bright sunshine on Saturday morning delighted the 88 people on top of Anzac Hill, including Arrernte law men Benedict Kngwarraye Stevens...

Air travellers: Who controls pandemic rules?

UPDATE August 4, 9.13am: The source for this report is Darwin businessman and former 1Territory Party president, Braedon Earley (at left). This morning he went...

Residents protest 10 storey mobile phone tower

Two Ilparpa residents at Lot 7753, Greatorex Road, are protesting a proposed 31.4 meter Telstra mobile phone tower being planned right at their boundary...

Skateboarding closed the gap

By ERWIN CHLANDA Sport, food, entertainment, art, business, black, white, music, IT, drink, people with a spread of backgrounds, trade – all in one place? If...

Gunner blames pandemic for fiscal fiasco: Commentator

Michael Gunner (inset) is said to be washing his hands of the NT's record deficit. Image: Government publicity of pandemic precautions. By ERWIN CHLANDA “Gunner plays...
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COVID transparency takes another beating

By ERWIN CHLANDA with KIERAN FINNANE Ahead of the NT borders reopening the Central Australian Health Service announced the opening of a drive-through Covid-19 testing...

The way they would like you to vote

The tables on the right show the the how-to-vote suggestions by the parties and some independents – see headings on top. The column on the...

Clear and present danger: the global nuclear threat

By KIERAN FINNANE “The 75th anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki comes even as the risk of use of nuclear weapons has risen...

Diversity at the top in council … for next seven weeks

By KIERAN FINNANE For the next seven weeks the Town Council will be headed by by Jamie de Brenni as Mayor and Jimmy Cocking as...