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The Age
Bloodlines: Choisir chalks up another milestonehad two winners last Saturday to crack the 1000-barrier: at Benalla in Victoria
The Age / Posted 2 minutes ago
had two winners last Saturday to crack the 1000-barrier: at Benalla in Victoria with Notable Choice and with Reconnect at Darwin. Then he carried on in Australia on Wednesday with another hat-trick of winners. They were all in maiden company, with... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bloodlines: Choisir chalks up another milestonehad two winners last Saturday to crack the 1000-barrier: at Benalla in Victoria
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
had two winners last Saturday to crack the 1000-barrier: at Benalla in Victoria with Notable Choice and with Reconnect at Darwin. Then he carried on in Australia on Wednesday with another hat-trick of winners. They were all in maiden company, with... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Racism likely at play in low Indigenous kidney transplants: AMAmade by a panel of specialists, which assesses each potential recipient, said D
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
made by a panel of specialists, which assesses each potential recipient, said Dr Paul Lawton, a nephrologist based in Darwin. Dr Lawton said there was heated debate among kidney specialists about why transplant rates are low for Indigenous... Read more
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Osceolaiowa Sentinel-Tribune
Darwin Dwayne Dickey - IndianolaServices for Darwin Dwayne Dickey, 78, of Indianola will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday
Osceolaiowa Sentinel-Tribune / Posted 4 hours ago
Services for Darwin Dwayne Dickey, 78, of Indianola will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 14, at First Assembly of God Church in Indianola with burial following in I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Indianola. Visitation with family present will be from 5 to 8 p.m.,... Read more
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MLive.com
Michigan egg producers try to back out of deadline to have cage-free chickenscommittee approved the bill Tuesday, sending it to the Senate floor. The only p
MLive.com / Posted 7 hours ago
committee approved the bill Tuesday, sending it to the Senate floor. The only person to vote against it was Sen. Darwin Booher, R-Evart. The bill would also insert a new language stating, "The legislature finds that eggs derived from... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Territorians furious as AirAsia ditches Darwintheir flights will take off next year, despite the airline on Wednesday confirm
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 8 hours ago
their flights will take off next year, despite the airline on Wednesday confirming it had cancelled all routes out of Darwin. As revealed exclusively by ntnews.com.au on Wednesday, AirAsia confirmed the airline had scrapped its flights... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Territorians furious as AirAsia ditches Darwintheir flights will take off next year, despite the airline on Wednesday confirm
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
their flights will take off next year, despite the airline on Wednesday confirming it had cancelled all routes out of Darwin. As revealed exclusively by ntnews.com.au on Wednesday, AirAsia confirmed the airline had scrapped its flights... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
School’s out! Kids rejoice, parents … not so muchby not sleeping in and instead reading her favourite books. Jonas said he was
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 9 hours ago
by not sleeping in and instead reading her favourite books. Jonas said he was just looking forward to playing sports with his mates who will stay in Darwin over the holidays. “I might go to the oval and play rugby and kick the ball around,” he sa... Read more
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News.com.au
Public servant guilty over LSDCathryn Morris, 28, leaving Darwin Local Court earlier this year after being ch
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
Cathryn Morris, 28, leaving Darwin Local Court earlier this year after being charged with supplying a commercial quantity of LSD. Source:News Corp Australia A FORMER Territory Families staffer who tried to kick her heavy drinking habit by switching... Read more
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News.com.au
Territorians furious as AirAsia ditches Darwintheir flights will take off next year, despite the airline on Wednesday confirm
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
their flights will take off next year, despite the airline on Wednesday confirming it had cancelled all routes out of Darwin. As revealed exclusively by ntnews.com.au on Wednesday, AirAsia confirmed the airline had scrapped its flights... Read more
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News.com.au
NT homeless services turning away a dozen people a daypeople to seek help. About 39 per cent of people said they were homeless becaus
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
people to seek help. About 39 per cent of people said they were homeless because of violence in the home. Susan Crane from Darwin women’s refuge Dawn House said services were stretched to capacity. Dawn House has six rooms to house women and their... Read more
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News.com.au
Bush bash buggy trip allegedly turns violent after altercationdriving. He was also charged with four counts of aggravated assault and causin
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
driving. He was also charged with four counts of aggravated assault and causing damage to the buggy. He appeared in Darwin Local Court on Wednesday and was refused bail. Ferguson was remanded in custody until his next court appearance on... Read more
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News.com.au
School’s out! Kids rejoice, parents … not so muchby not sleeping in and instead reading her favourite books. Jonas said he was
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
by not sleeping in and instead reading her favourite books. Jonas said he was just looking forward to playing sports with his mates who will stay in Darwin over the holidays. “I might go to the oval and play rugby and kick the ball around,” he sa... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why not target SCG Trust over stadium safety issues?I presume that the Prime Minister's next logical step will be to force the Nort
Canberra Times / Posted 10 hours ago
I presume that the Prime Minister's next logical step will be to force the Northern Territory to revoke the lease of Darwin Ports to Landbridge. This patently flawed agreement with a Chinese entity was presumably negotiated either while... Read more
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The Age
Why not target SCG Trust over stadium safety issues?I presume that the Prime Minister's next logical step will be to force the Nort
The Age / Posted 10 hours ago
I presume that the Prime Minister's next logical step will be to force the Northern Territory to revoke the lease of Darwin Ports to Landbridge. This patently flawed agreement with a Chinese entity was presumably negotiated either while... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why not target SCG Trust over stadium safety issues?I presume that the Prime Minister's next logical step will be to force the Nort
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
I presume that the Prime Minister's next logical step will be to force the Northern Territory to revoke the lease of Darwin Ports to Landbridge. This patently flawed agreement with a Chinese entity was presumably negotiated either while... Read more
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The Shawano Leader
High School HighlightsIndian with 19 points and four 3-pointers, followed by Rayond Fish with 13 poin
The Shawano Leader / Posted 11 hours ago
Indian with 19 points and four 3-pointers, followed by Rayond Fish with 13 points. Norman Kakwitch, Nathan Frechette and Darwin King each scored nine points and Mequan Corn had eight. For Witt-Birn, Trevor Groshek scored 18 points and Cory... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
There's a growing skills gap between jobs in Australian cities and regional areassmaller cities of Adelaide and Canberra hover around the average in terms of gr
Business Insider Australia / Posted 11 hours ago
smaller cities of Adelaide and Canberra hover around the average in terms of growth in high-skilled jobs, while Hobart and Darwin are below average. The sparsely populated Queensland and Northern Territory outback are the only regional areas that... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Clear Your Space, Body, and Mind In Time for 2018Every week, Preen tackles motherhood sans the rose-tinted glasses. Our columnis
Inquirier.net / Posted 11 hours ago
Every week, Preen tackles motherhood sans the rose-tinted glasses. Our columnists L. Juliano, Marla Darwin, Monica Eleazar-Manzano, Rossana Unson, and Ronna Capili-Bonifacio tell their personal experiences like it is—at times frustrating, oftentimes... Read more
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Herald Sun
The weirdest TV show of 2018European Railway Journeys and Great American Railway Journeys.media_cameraRed C
Herald Sun / Posted 14 hours ago
European Railway Journeys and Great American Railway Journeys.media_cameraRed Centre dawn taken from the Ghan en-route from Darwin to Alice Springs. Picture: Glenn Thomas “As you know, some of our audience quite enjoys train journeys,” SBS’s... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The weirdest TV show of 2018European Railway Journeys and Great American Railway Journeys.media_cameraRed C
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
European Railway Journeys and Great American Railway Journeys.media_cameraRed Centre dawn taken from the Ghan en-route from Darwin to Alice Springs. Picture: Glenn Thomas “As you know, some of our audience quite enjoys train journeys,” SBS’s... Read more
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Swissinfo
Darwin Airline announces bankruptcy to staffSwiss regional carrier Darwin Airline has been forced to concede bankruptcy aft
Swissinfo / Posted 14 hours ago
Swiss regional carrier Darwin Airline has been forced to concede bankruptcy after a period of serious financial problems. Its plight will cause further headaches for the airport of Lugano in southern Switzerland, where it is based. A fortnight after... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'I heard my girlfriend screaming': Victims of Darwin pepper spraying speak outVictims of Mitchell Street pepper spraying in Darwin say crowd sprayed 'with no
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 hours ago
Victims of Mitchell Street pepper spraying in Darwin say crowd sprayed 'with no warning' More people involved in an incident where police pepper-sprayed a group of partygoers in Darwin have come forward to criticise the actions of officers, as the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
AirAsia scraps Darwin-to-Bali route, leaving travellers only one option to popular island There will be only one
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 hours ago
, leaving travellers only one option to popular island There will be only one airline flying from Darwin to Bali, after budget airline AirAsia announced it will cut its services in Darwin. The Bali-Darwin route... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Suspicious package left under Christmas treeAN OFFICE building was evacuated after a bomb scare in central Darwin this afte
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 18 hours ago
AN OFFICE building was evacuated after a bomb scare in central Darwin this afternoon. Territory Response Group officers were on scene after a suspicious package was found in the foyer of the building on Woods St. The building contains the office of... Read more
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News.com.au
Suspicious package left under Christmas treetree. Picture: Keri Megelus Source:News Corp Australia AN OFFICE building was
News.com.au / Posted 19 hours ago
tree. Picture: Keri Megelus Source:News Corp Australia AN OFFICE building was evacuated after a bomb scare in central Darwin this afternoon. Territory Response Group officers were on scene after a suspicious package was found in the foyer of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NT should 'get on with the job' of lifting fracking moratorium, Canavan saystime period. "Jobs is what you need, investment is what you need, and this gas
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 hours ago
time period. "Jobs is what you need, investment is what you need, and this gas opportunity is really the next step for Darwin and the Northern Territory," Senator Canavan said. "I hope there's no further delays because I think the Northern... Read more
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The Age
GPT pulls back from solar push amid policy uncertaintyof rooftops in its property portfolio over the next three years. Solar panels
The Age / Posted 22 hours ago
of rooftops in its property portfolio over the next three years. Solar panels on GPT's Casuarina Square shopping centre in Darwin. Photo: The Moment It Clicks Pty Ltd The massive solar pipeline would have leapfrogged GPT into pole position as one... Read more
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Mashable
Slow television comes to Australia's outbackcaptured a seven-hour journey in the country's south, popularised the genre. T
Mashable / Posted 22 hours ago
captured a seven-hour journey in the country's south, popularised the genre. The Ghan is a train that operates between Darwin on Australia's north coast, all the way down to Adelaide on the southern coast. The trip is 2,979 kilometres (1,851... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
There's a skills gap in Australia's cities and regions — and it's growingsmaller cities of Adelaide and Canberra hover around the average in terms of gr
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 hours ago
smaller cities of Adelaide and Canberra hover around the average in terms of growth in high-skilled jobs, while Hobart and Darwin are below average. The sparsely populated Queensland and Northern Territory outback are the only regional areas that... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
GPT pulls back from solar push amid policy uncertaintyof rooftops in its property portfolio over the next three years. Solar panels
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
of rooftops in its property portfolio over the next three years. Solar panels on GPT's Casuarina Square shopping centre in Darwin. Photo: The Moment It Clicks Pty Ltd The massive solar pipeline would have leapfrogged GPT into pole position as one... Read more
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Rippa
NRL 2018 Fixtures Guide - Complete list of fixtures for the 2018 NRL seasonStadium Christchurch, 3pm (AEST) Knights v Roosters, McDonald Jones Stadium, 5
Rippa / Posted 22 hours ago
Stadium Christchurch, 3pm (AEST) Knights v Roosters, McDonald Jones Stadium, 5.30pm (AEST) Eels v Cowboys, TIO Stadium, Darwin, 7.30pm (AEST) Sunday, June 10 Sharks v Tigers, Southern Cross Group Stadium, 2pm (AEST) Storm v Broncos, AAMI... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Summer starts with a scorcherout west, with the CBD forecast at a top of 35C, while the western suburbs will
Adelaide Now / Posted 22 hours ago
out west, with the CBD forecast at a top of 35C, while the western suburbs will be the worst hit at a maximum of 41C. Darwin will be hit by summer storms and remain at a top of 34C over the next seven days, while Canberra is bracing for a very... Read more
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Herald Sun
Summer starts with a scorcherout west, with the CBD forecast at a top of 35C, while the western suburbs will
Herald Sun / Posted 23 hours ago
out west, with the CBD forecast at a top of 35C, while the western suburbs will be the worst hit at a maximum of 41C. Darwin will be hit by summer storms and remain at a top of 34C over the next seven days, while Canberra is bracing for a very... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Summer starts with a scorcherout west, with the CBD forecast at a top of 35C, while the western suburbs will
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
out west, with the CBD forecast at a top of 35C, while the western suburbs will be the worst hit at a maximum of 41C. Darwin will be hit by summer storms and remain at a top of 34C over the next seven days, while Canberra is bracing for a very... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Organ transplant system 'tipped towards non-Indigenous patients'Australians are perceived by many doctors, some of whom are kidney doctors, as
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 hours ago
Australians are perceived by many doctors, some of whom are kidney doctors, as non-compliant," Dr Lawton said. Darwin dialysis patient Jacqueline Amagula would like to be waitlisted, and said she thought the disparity was wrong. "I... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Council supports Barneson Boulevard projectBARNESON Blvd will go ahead with Darwin council’s support, after a motion to wi
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
BARNESON Blvd will go ahead with Darwin council’s support, after a motion to withdraw funding failed to get the numbers. Put forward by Alderman Andrew Arthur, the motion would have seen Darwin council withdraw its $5 million contribution to the... Read more
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News.com.au
Council supports Barneson Boulevard projectBarneson Boulevard project set to come to life in Darwin Flythrough vision and
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Barneson Boulevard project set to come to life in Darwin Flythrough vision and artists impressions of the Barneson Boulevard project in Darwin. Courtesy: NT Govt BARNESON Blvd will go ahead with Darwin council’s support, after a motion to withdraw... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A private letter from Darwin detailing his doubts about God just sold at auction for $125,000 — here's what he wroteYears after Charles Darwin published "On the Origin of Species," he responded t
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
Years after Charles Darwin published "On the Origin of Species," he responded to a reader who wanted the biologist to explain whether his theory destroys the argument for an all-creating God. Darwin wrote a three-page letter, citing his own ailing... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A private letter from Darwin detailing his doubts about God just sold at auction for $125,000 — here's what he wroteYears after Charles Darwin published "On the Origin of Species," he responded t
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
Years after Charles Darwin published "On the Origin of Species," he responded to a reader who wanted the biologist to explain whether his theory destroys the argument for an all-creating God. Darwin wrote a three-page letter, citing his own ailing... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
North Carolina sheriff addresses ‘tasteless’ photo circulated in departmentabout the drug Narcan, WLOS reports. The image, sent to WLOS on Thursday, cont
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted yesterday
about the drug Narcan, WLOS reports. The image, sent to WLOS on Thursday, contains text that said Narcan has been “Robbing Darwin of his bountiful harvest since 1971.” The anonymous sender told the station the sheriff “thinks this opioid crisis is... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Judge acquits lone survivor of drug raid that left 5 deadcelebrating his birthday. They were having drinks on the second floor with fell
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
celebrating his birthday. They were having drinks on the second floor with fellow construction workers William Bordeos, Darwin Hamoy and another man only known as “Rambo.” A few minutes after midnight, armed men in civilian clothes barged into... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Long after Dastyari, China's rapid rise will be this century's big storylaws and norms — has spooked democratic nations across the world. Back in late
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
laws and norms — has spooked democratic nations across the world. Back in late 2015, when a 99-year lease for the Port of Darwin was awarded to Chinese owned company Landbridge, alarm bells began ringing inside Australia's national security... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Why can't we edit human genes yet?the lid off some of Australia's most shameful scandals. A flaming effigy, an a
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
the lid off some of Australia's most shameful scandals. A flaming effigy, an angry mob and a midnight escape: Curious Darwin investigates what exactly happened during the Darwin rebellion of 1918. Murky links with Chinese businessmen have... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Migrant, refugee children standout performers in spelling75.5 per cent. However, it still lags well behind the non-Indigenous figure of
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
75.5 per cent. However, it still lags well behind the non-Indigenous figure of 95 per cent. Marrara Christian College in Darwin educates children from remote areas. The school has made impressive gains in literacy in recent years, with a high... Read more
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Canberra Times
Sam Dastyari not the only pollie who has been foolishinformation than Dastyari, still holds a role with the Chinese company Landbrid
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
information than Dastyari, still holds a role with the Chinese company Landbridge, after negotiating a 99-year lease [Port Darwin] on its behalf to the indignation of the then Obama-led US, and, I believe, our military. According to Mr Turnbull's... Read more
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Daily Mail
US Marine molested girl, 6, after lewd behaviour in Australian postingconvicted of molesting girl was quietly removed from Australian posting Daniel
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
convicted of molesting girl was quietly removed from Australian posting Daniel Hunter Wilson was deployed in Darwin but left for the US after complaints The 56-year-old was then convicted of sexually assaulting a six-year-old... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Boats burned for illegal fishing in Top Endthe three masters, have been fined $3000 for fishing illegally in Australian wa
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
the three masters, have been fined $3000 for fishing illegally in Australian waters. The men pleaded guilty in the Darwin Magistrates Court. Their three vessels were destroyed by fire at a Darwin destruction facility. All eight crew were... Read more
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WA Today
GPT pulls back from solar push amid policy uncertaintyof rooftops in its property portfolio over the next three years. Solar panels
WA Today / Posted yesterday
of rooftops in its property portfolio over the next three years. Solar panels on GPT's Casuarina Square shopping centre in Darwin. Photo: The Moment It Clicks Pty Ltd The massive solar pipeline would have leapfrogged GPT into pole position as one... Read more
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News.com.au
Anti-social behaviour: ‘Cheaper to pay out lease than stay open’police and require certain lighting and line of sight to ensure the cameras can
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
police and require certain lighting and line of sight to ensure the cameras can operate properly.” She said NT Police and Darwin Council have completed a safety audit of the centre. “Pruning will be kept to the absolute minimum for the CCTV... Read more
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