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Firestorm of protest over water allocation

By ERWIN CHLANDA The awarding of the NT's biggest ever groundwater extraction licence for a cattle station tuned food producer 380 km north of Alice...

Two shows get to the heart of the matter

By KIERAN FINNANE The times are more pressing than ever for artists to concern themselves with existential matters and two exhibitions drawing to a close...

Candidate Cocking: Council must drive the town

Jimmy Cocking is clearly taking his pitch for Mayor and Councillor later this year more seriously than most: To gain a second term in...

Resource industry recovers from tough year

By ERWIN CHLANDA After a tough year of Covid obstacles the resource industry in the NT is embarking on a string of “exciting” projects, according...

Minister calls on traditional owners to support resource industry

By ERWIN CHLANDA Our resource industry, the Territory itself and the gas sector will not reach their full potential "without close collaboration by traditional owners...

Rovers missed chance to beat reigning Feds

By STEVE MENZIES Rovers Complete Construction missed an opportunity to defeat reigning premier Federal Club Eastside in their KFC A-Grade netball clash at the Pat...

Worms produce the best organic fertiliser known to mankind

By GEOFF MIERS Worms are the world's best recyclers and every home should have a worm farm. This is the ideal time to set one...

Location, location location: Questions about Lhere Artepe’s gallery consent

COMMENT by ERWIN CHLANDA Arts Minister Chansey Paech is adamant that Lhere Artepe is the appropriate body to consult about the Aboriginal art gallery's location...

Gallery director unfazed by project’s record of conflict

EXCLUSIVE by KIERAN FINNANE Freshly appointed senior director of the government’s proposed National Aboriginal Art Gallery (NAAG), Tracy Puklowski, first came to Alice Springs two...

Crime up but police scores points

By ERWIN CHLANDA There have been further increases in crimes against the person, Commander Craig Laidler told media this morning, but the rise is less...

Survey shows tourism staff crisis way greater than estimated

By JULIUS DENNIS A survey filled out by 110 hospitality businesses, 25% of the Hospitality NT membership, has found there are over 7000 workers needed...

Tonight’s netball to bring out the best

By STEVE MENZIES Individual battles within the overall contest of the contest will highlight the game between Federal Club Eastside and Rovers Complete Construction this...
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Alice to get more internet speed

Alice Springs and close-by suburbs Araluen, Braitling, Ciccone, Desert Springs, East Side, Gillen, Ilparpa, Larapinta, Ross, Sadadeen and The Gap are getting "ultrafast internet...

Focus on treaty as conditions in the bush remain appalling

PART THREE by ROGER STEELE and DON FULLER Waste and incompetence are rampant. In Part Two we gave as an example Roebourne in Western...

Netball: Even contest after splitting team

By STEVE MENZIES Splitting the eight KFC Alice Springs Netball Association team into two divisions has the potential for four even contests in this age...