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2014/09/30 05:26
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NT petrol prices could be reduced using natural disaster legislation, CDU lecturer says A Charles Darwin University law lecturer and former Labor politician has urged the NT Government to use a piece...
2014/09/30 05:26
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2014/09/29 00:26
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Tipperary Station in the Northern Territory ready for 2015 poppy crop The Tasmanian company looking to grow poppies commercially in the Northern Territory has prepared land on the Tipperary cattle...
2014/09/28 21:29
2014/09/28 21:29
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WE are frogs in billions of dollars of hot water. How could last week’s massive deficit figure — our second biggest ever — create so little fuss? The story lasted barely a day. The deficit Labor last...
2014/09/26 09:26
2014/09/26 09:26
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Central Australian salt mine granted major project status The company hoping to mine Australia's largest known underground multi-mineral rock-salt deposit has been given major project status by the...
2014/09/24 20:26
2014/09/24 20:26
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Pest problem: NT growers plot against magpie geese The Northern Territory horticulture industry is drawing the battle lines against a native bird that many farmers say is destroying their...
2014/09/24 10:05
2014/09/24 10:05
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University of Canberra Chancellor Dr Tom Calma has denied he was told of child sexual abuse suffered by residents at the Retta Dixon Home in Darwin. On Tuesday the Royal Commission into Institutional...
2014/09/19 17:05
2014/09/19 17:05
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There are times when farce and living caricature almost consume the cynicism and mendacity in the daily life of Australia's rulers. Across the front pages is a photograph of a resolute Tony Abbott...
2014/09/19 08:26
2014/09/19 08:26
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Groote Eylandt Aboriginal Trust sues auditor for failing to detect millions in alleged fraud By the National Reporting Team's Kate Wild One of Australia's oldest and richest Aboriginal land trusts...
2014/09/17 07:26
2014/09/17 07:26
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Darwin bus drivers speak out against violent attacks, NT Government promises security funding A spate of violent attacks against bus drivers has prompted the Northern Territory Government to promise...
2014/09/15 20:26
2014/09/15 20:26
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Paper making begins at Curtin Springs Since 1956 Alice Springs cattle station, Curtin Springs, has been reinventing itself through ongoing diversification. Back then, diversification meant offering...
2014/09/15 14:46
2014/09/15 14:46
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A leading Central Coast voluntary euthanasia advocate is calling on the government to allow terminally ill adults to die with dignity. Dying with Dignity NSW’s Dr Romaine Rutnam said more seriously...
2014/09/12 06:26
2014/09/12 06:26
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A pipe delivering water to Whitegate from a nearby town camp was cut by the Northern Territory Government more than three weeks ago. Previously water had been available from a pipe running from the...
2014/09/11 17:55
2014/09/11 17:55
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The remaining two Queensland victims of MH17 have been confirmed as Wayne and Theresa Baker. The remaining two Queensland victims of MH17 have been confirmed as Wayne and Theresa Baker. The couple,...
2014/09/11 12:26
2014/09/11 12:26
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Darwin returning to normal after power blackouts due to gas pipeline problem Power problems that have been sweeping across Darwin suburbs are ending, with buses, schools and public buildings expected...
2014/09/11 09:26
2014/09/11 09:26
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Parts of Darwin hit by power blackout due to gas pipeline problem People in Darwin are being hit by rolling power blackouts sweeping across the city due to a gas pipeline problem. The Northern...
2014/09/10 11:15
2014/09/10 11:15
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NSW will face huge gas shortages within a few years and sharp increases in wholesale prices because of the lack of progress in accessing reserves, federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane has...
2014/09/09 00:42
2014/09/09 00:42
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My first day in Ntaria, in remote Northern Territory community, begins early on a school bus collecting children from their homes. Bounding barefoot into sub zero temperatures, apparently oblivious...
2014/09/08 12:05
2014/09/08 12:05
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An Aboriginal backbencher who walked out on the Northern Territory Government amid claims of racism and broken promises to the bush has rejoined the Country Liberal Party (CLP). Francis Xavier...
2014/09/08 04:26
2014/09/08 04:26
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A long-time resident of the Cox Peninsula says a Pakistani navy sailor who jumped ship in Darwin Harbour will struggle to survive in the rugged, sparsely populated scrub. The calling of last drinks...
2014/09/07 13:24
2014/09/07 13:24
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Goodbye Mourinho: The Cleaner wins the Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes at Moonee Valley on Saturday. Photo: Getty Images "Splash-tastic" at New York's Saratoga had an edge on Saturday's Royal Randwick bog....
2014/09/30 05:26
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