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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Foreign ant bio threat shuts down parts of Darwin PortBrowsing ant bio threat spreads outside Darwin Port quarantine area; freight mo
Foreign ant bio threat shuts down parts of Darwin Port
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Browsing ant bio threat spreads outside Darwin Port quarantine area; freight movement shut down A "slender and inconspicuous" foreign ant that forms multi-queen super-colonies capable of overwhelming, displacing and eating native ants has shut down... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Proposed changes to NT workers compensation draws Labor wrathLabor says it won't support changes to NT workers compensation laws The Northe
Proposed changes to NT workers compensation draws Labor wrath
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
Labor says it won't support changes to NT workers compensation laws The Northern Territory Government is still hopeful of getting its second tranche of changes to workers compensation laws through the hung Parliament after independent Gerry Wood... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Keep kids in school with holiday changesTHE head of one of Queensland's most remote indigenous schools is calling for a
Keep kids in school with holiday changes
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
THE head of one of Queensland's most remote indigenous schools is calling for a restructure of school holidays to keep children in school. VENITTA King, head of the Northern Peninsula Area State College's senior campus, wants to expand school... Read more
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Herald Sun
Keep kids in school with holiday changesTHE head of one of Queensland's most remote indigenous schools is calling for a
Keep kids in school with holiday changes
Herald Sun / Posted 3 days ago
THE head of one of Queensland's most remote indigenous schools is calling for a restructure of school holidays to keep children in school. VENITTA King, head of the Northern Peninsula Area State College's senior campus, wants to expand school... Read more
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News.com.au
Keep kids in school with holiday changesbreaking news THE head of one of Queensland's most remote indigenous schools
Keep kids in school with holiday changes
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
breaking news THE head of one of Queensland's most remote indigenous schools is calling for a restructure of school holidays to keep children in school. VENITTA King, head of the Northern Peninsula Area... Read more
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Perth Now
Keep kids in school with holiday changesTHE head of one of Queensland's most remote indigenous schools is calling for a
Keep kids in school with holiday changes
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
THE head of one of Queensland's most remote indigenous schools is calling for a restructure of school holidays to keep children in school. VENITTA King, head of the Northern Peninsula Area State College's senior campus, wants to expand school... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NT Independent puts government on notice over planningNT Independent Gerry Wood warns Government to negotiate over developments or fa
NT Independent puts government on notice over planning
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
NT Independent Gerry Wood warns Government to negotiate over developments or face Planning Act changes The Northern Territory Government has been put on notice by Independent MP Gerry Wood that he will seek to change the Planning Act if the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mining giant, NT Government did not warn of poisonous fishGlencore, Health Department failed to warn of heavy metals in fish near McArthu
Mining giant, NT Government did not warn of poisonous fish
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Glencore, Health Department failed to warn of heavy metals in fish near McArthur River Mine Photo: Indigenous clans, who have protested against the mine, were told to not eat local fish more than three times a week. (Supplied: Padraic... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NT Chief Minister threatens McArthur River Mine with closure unless it improves environmental practices The Northern Territory Chief Minis
NT Chief Minister threatens McArthur River Mine with closure
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
unless it improves environmental practices The Northern Territory Chief Minister has threatened to close Glencore's McArthur River Mine near Borroloola if it does not improve its... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mining giant told to increase bond to cover NT environmental issuesMining giant Glencore told to increase bond to cover ongoing environmental issu
Mining giant told to increase bond to cover NT environmental issues
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Mining giant Glencore told to increase bond to cover ongoing environmental issues in NT Photo: Large smoke plumes can be seen rising from McArthur River Mine's waste rock pile near Borroloola in the Northern Territory in 2014, prior to remediation... Read more
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The North West Star
Northern Territory government considers ripping up Parramatta Eels dealThe Northern Territory Government is considering ripping up its $4 million spon
Northern Territory government considers ripping up Parramatta Eels deal
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
The Northern Territory Government is considering ripping up its $4 million sponsorship with Parramatta after Chief Minister Adam Giles conceded questions needed to be asked whether it's good sense to continue ploughing taxpayer money into a club... Read more
7d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Darwin's iconic Fridge Festival put on ice for 2015Darwin's iconic Fridge Festival put on ice as founders grapple with arts cuts
Darwin's iconic Fridge Festival put on ice for 2015
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Darwin's iconic Fridge Festival put on ice as founders grapple with arts cuts A Darwin festival based around discarded refrigerators has been cancelled for 2015, as its founders grapple with local funding knock-backs and a federal arts funding... Read more
7d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Higgins denies report of CLP exit, but will 'review' parliamentary futureGary Higgins denies he is on verge of quitting CLP, but will 'review' parliamen
Higgins denies report of CLP exit, but will 'review' parliamentary future
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Gary Higgins denies he is on verge of quitting CLP, but will 'review' parliamentary future Northern Territory's Environment Minister Gary Higgins has denied a report he is on the verge of quitting the Country Liberals party (CLP), but says at... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Indigenous Advisory Council member frustrated by land ownership red tapeDjambawa Marawaili: PM's Indigenous advisor frustrated by 'disconnected' land o
Indigenous Advisory Council member frustrated by land ownership red tape
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
Djambawa Marawaili: PM's Indigenous advisor frustrated by 'disconnected' land ownership policy in Northern Territory Photo: Djambawa Marawaili is the traditional owner of the Blue Mud Bay area in the Northern Territory. (ABC News: Sara... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Big solar project in Alice Springs goes liveOne of Australia’s largest solar power projects - the newly expanded Uterne Sol
Big solar project in Alice Springs goes live
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
One of Australia’s largest solar power projects - the newly expanded Uterne Solar Plant in Alice Springs – is now fully operational. The project was expanded from 1 megawatt to 4.1 megawatts by renewable energy developer Epuron, with construction of... Read more
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CIO
DFAT outsources support to NECThe Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has awarded NEC a
DFAT outsources support to NEC
CIO / Posted 12 days ago
The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has awarded NEC a four-year contract to provide support for 12,000 end users at 160 sites globally. These services were previously being provided by Fujitsu. Under the Global Support... Read more
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Computer World Australia
NEC snags $55 million contract with NT govtThe Northern Territory government has signed a $55 million, three-year contract
NEC snags $55 million contract with NT govt
Computer World Australia / Posted 12 days ago
The Northern Territory government has signed a $55 million, three-year contract with NEC to support 20,000 users across the territory. Under the end-user computing contract, NEC Australia will provide on-site and remote support for all desktop,... Read more
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iTWire
NEC scores global contract with DFATUnder the four-year contract, NEC will be responsible for DFAT’s Global Support
NEC scores global contract with DFAT
iTWire / Posted 12 days ago
Under the four-year contract, NEC will be responsible for DFAT’s Global Support Centre Services supporting 12,000 users at 160 sites globally. Through the Global Support Centre at DFAT, NEC will become the first point of contact for ICT services for... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Expanded NT powers but no ICACPlans by the Northern Territory Government to increase the anti-corruption powe
Expanded NT powers but no ICAC
Sky News Australia / Posted 15 days ago
Plans by the Northern Territory Government to increase the anti-corruption powers of existing bodies rather than create an independent body are a 'desperate and cynical move', says the Labor opposition. The Government announced on Friday an... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Killer's requests to be with family in final weeks of life refused twice, inquest hearsJohn Angeles inquest: Double murderer's requests to be with family in last week
Killer's requests to be with family in final weeks of life refused twice, inquest hears
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
John Angeles inquest: Double murderer's requests to be with family in last weeks of life refused twice An inquest into the prison death of double murderer John Angeles has been told he wanted to die with his family by his side, but the request was... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
SKYCITY Full Year Results for 12 Months to 30 June 2015Wednesday, 12 August 2015, 10:12 amPress Release: SKYCITYSKYCITY Entertainment
SKYCITY Full Year Results for 12 Months to 30 June 2015
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 17 days ago
Wednesday, 12 August 2015, 10:12 amPress Release: SKYCITYSKYCITY Entertainment Group LimitedFull Year Results for twelve months to 30 June 2015Result Highlights:• Normalised revenue up 8.7% to... Read more
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Literary Minded
Forget Vegemite-based policy. Here are some sensible recommendations for reducing alcohol-related harms –Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion’s foray into Vegemite-based policy h
Forget Vegemite-based policy. Here are some sensible recommendations for reducing alcohol-related harms –
Literary Minded / Posted 19 days ago
Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion’s foray into Vegemite-based policy has won global headlines for a suggestion that the product should be restricted in some remote communities to stop moonshine production – even Time Australia... Read more
19d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Concerns Aboriginal people forced to represent themselves in courtNT Legal Aid halt to remote services may force Aboriginal people to represent t
Concerns Aboriginal people forced to represent themselves in court
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
NT Legal Aid halt to remote services may force Aboriginal people to represent themselves, agency says The Northern Territory Legal Aid Commission has said it can no longer meet the demands of remote communities, sparking concerns Aboriginal people... Read more
19d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NT arrest system to be tested at inquest for man who died in police custodyPaperless arrest system to be tested at inquest for man who died in NT police c
NT arrest system to be tested at inquest for man who died in police custody
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
Paperless arrest system to be tested at inquest for man who died in NT police custody The NT Government' policy of holding drunk Aboriginal people in custody will be scrutinised during an inquest into the death of a man in Darwin's police watch... Read more
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The North West Star
NZ Warriors or St George Illawarra Dragons? Who wants a top eight spot1. Top eight spot on the line The Warriors and Dragons head into their clash i
NZ Warriors or St George Illawarra Dragons? Who wants a top eight spot
The North West Star / Posted 22 days ago
1. Top eight spot on the line The Warriors and Dragons head into their clash in Wellington knowing a top eight spot is up for grabs. The Dragons ended their losing streak with a less-than-comprehensive victory over last-placed Newcastle, while the... Read more
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23d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Barkly locals to lobby Federal Government over weather radarBarkly locals to lobby Federal Government to fund decommissioned Tennant Creek
Barkly locals to lobby Federal Government over weather radar
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
Barkly locals to lobby Federal Government to fund decommissioned Tennant Creek weather radar Residents from the Barkly region of the Northern Territory are planning to lobby the Federal Government for funding to replace the Tennant Creek weather... Read more
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Queensland Times
Fraud accused fronts court over spray booth rip offA MAN accused of ripping off the Northern Territory Government as well as a Her
Fraud accused fronts court over spray booth rip off
Queensland Times / Posted 25 days ago
A MAN accused of ripping off the Northern Territory Government as well as a Hervey Bay business owner has fronted court on multiple fraud charges. Police will allege Dimitrios Pagonidis went by the name Jim Pagonidis when he operated a business from... Read more
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Literary Minded
The Health Wrap: GST hike for health funding, a racism-free future, technology-ethics tensions, plain packaging pain –This week’s Health Wrap has been compiled by my colleague Ellice Mol – Digital
The Health Wrap: GST hike for health funding, a racism-free future, technology-ethics tensions, plain packaging pain –
Literary Minded / Posted 26 days ago
This week’s Health Wrap has been compiled by my colleague Ellice Mol – Digital Communications Manager at the Sax Institute. Nation-wide health funding dilemmas As Federal, State and Territory leaders came together this past fortnight, NSW Premier... Read more
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Herald Sun
Nobody will close NT homelands: leaderFOR Aboriginal people, living on homelands is not a "lifestyle choice" but a me
Nobody will close NT homelands: leader
Herald Sun / Posted 27 days ago
FOR Aboriginal people, living on homelands is not a "lifestyle choice" but a means to save their own lives, an indigenous leader says. BARAYUWA Mununggur, chairman of the Laynhapuy Homelands of north-east Arnhem Land, told the Garma Festival on... Read more
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News.com.au
Nobody will close NT homelands: leaderbreaking news FOR Aboriginal people, living on homelands is not a "lifestyle
Nobody will close NT homelands: leader
News.com.au / Posted 27 days ago
breaking news FOR Aboriginal people, living on homelands is not a "lifestyle choice" but a means to save their own lives, an indigenous leader says. BARAYUWA Mununggur, chairman of the Laynhapuy Homelands of... Read more
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Perth Now
Nobody will close NT homelands: leaderFOR Aboriginal people, living on homelands is not a "lifestyle choice" but a me
Nobody will close NT homelands: leader
Perth Now / Posted 27 days ago
FOR Aboriginal people, living on homelands is not a "lifestyle choice" but a means to save their own lives, an indigenous leader says. BARAYUWA Mununggur, chairman of the Laynhapuy Homelands of north-east Arnhem Land, told the Garma Festival on... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Nobody will close NT homelands: leaderFOR Aboriginal people, living on homelands is not a "lifestyle choice" but a me
Nobody will close NT homelands: leader
Adelaide Now / Posted 27 days ago
FOR Aboriginal people, living on homelands is not a "lifestyle choice" but a means to save their own lives, an indigenous leader says. BARAYUWA Mununggur, chairman of the Laynhapuy Homelands of north-east Arnhem Land, told the Garma Festival on... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Nobody will close NT homelands: leaderFOR Aboriginal people, living on homelands is not a "lifestyle choice" but a me
Nobody will close NT homelands: leader
The Courier Mail / Posted 27 days ago
FOR Aboriginal people, living on homelands is not a "lifestyle choice" but a means to save their own lives, an indigenous leader says. BARAYUWA Mununggur, chairman of the Laynhapuy Homelands of north-east Arnhem Land, told the Garma Festival on... Read more
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Herald Sun
NT govt announces indigenous jobs targetTHE Northern Territory government is not taking Aboriginal land and closing com
NT govt announces indigenous jobs target
Herald Sun / Posted 28 days ago
THE Northern Territory government is not taking Aboriginal land and closing communities, but promoting economic development in remote areas, the chief minister says. ADAM Giles used the indigenous Garma Festival being held in Arnhem Land on Saturday... Read more
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Weekly Times
NT govt announces indigenous jobs targetTHE Northern Territory government is not taking Aboriginal land and closing com
NT govt announces indigenous jobs target
Weekly Times / Posted 28 days ago
THE Northern Territory government is not taking Aboriginal land and closing communities, but promoting economic development in remote areas, the chief minister says. ADAM Giles used the indigenous Garma Festival being held in Arnhem Land on Saturday... Read more
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The Courier Mail
NT govt announces indigenous jobs targetTHE Northern Territory government is not taking Aboriginal land and closing com
NT govt announces indigenous jobs target
The Courier Mail / Posted 28 days ago
THE Northern Territory government is not taking Aboriginal land and closing communities, but promoting economic development in remote areas, the chief minister says. ADAM Giles used the indigenous Garma Festival being held in Arnhem Land on Saturday... Read more
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28d
News.com.au
NT govt announces indigenous jobs targetbreaking news THE Northern Territory government is not taking Aboriginal lan
NT govt announces indigenous jobs target
News.com.au / Posted 28 days ago
breaking news THE Northern Territory government is not taking Aboriginal land and closing communities, but promoting economic development in remote areas, the chief minister says. ADAM Giles used the... Read more
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28d
Perth Now
NT govt announces indigenous jobs targetTHE Northern Territory government is not taking Aboriginal land and closing com
NT govt announces indigenous jobs target
Perth Now / Posted 28 days ago
THE Northern Territory government is not taking Aboriginal land and closing communities, but promoting economic development in remote areas, the chief minister says. ADAM Giles used the indigenous Garma Festival being held in Arnhem Land on Saturday... Read more
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28d
Adelaide Now
NT govt announces indigenous jobs targetTHE Northern Territory government is not taking Aboriginal land and closing com
NT govt announces indigenous jobs target
Adelaide Now / Posted 28 days ago
THE Northern Territory government is not taking Aboriginal land and closing communities, but promoting economic development in remote areas, the chief minister says. ADAM Giles used the indigenous Garma Festival being held in Arnhem Land on Saturday... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Minister contradicts Giles over travel sign-off arrangementsMinisterial travel: NT Minister Peter Chandler contradicts Chief Minister Adam
Minister contradicts Giles over travel sign-off arrangements
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 30 days ago
Ministerial travel: NT Minister Peter Chandler contradicts Chief Minister Adam Giles over sign-off arrangements Senior members of the Northern Territory Government appear at odds over who signs off on ministerial travel, with Education Minister... Read more

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