Monday Apr 14
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Care plan for Rosie
The Northern Territory government has revealed a plan to care for intellectually disabled Aboriginal woman, Rosie Anne Fulton, which will allow her to be returned to Alice Springs after being held in a Western Australian jail without a trail or convicton.
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Wed Apr 09, 2014
Tough times blamed for heavy equipment firm's demise
The receiver of a heavy equipment company that has gone bust in the Northern Territory says challenging economic conditions have contributed to the company's downfall.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
NT Government accelerates no speed limits trial
MARK COLVIN: It's two months since the Northern Territory Government went back to the future with a trial to remove speed limits on a main highway.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
William and Kate's entrance evokes memories of Prince Charles and...
As Prince William and Kate Middleton got their official tour of New Zealand and Australia underway with Prince George, the sweet pictures of the family of three embarking the plane in Wellington brought back memories of royal past, dating back over 30 years.
Somerset Bo Releases JEREMIAH
Jeremiah is a young Australian searching the world over for peace. After travelling through war-torn countries and seeing the aftereffects of war, he questions the validity of war.
Resources veteran Dick Wright dies
Mining services company Tempo Australia said Mr Wright died yesterday morning. He was a founder and non-executive director at Tempo.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Disabled Aboriginal woman to be freed
AN Aboriginal woman born brain-damaged with foetal alcohol syndrome will soon be freed from a West Australian jail where she has been stuck in limbo for 18 months.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Northern Territory News
Footy players in brawl
About 10 men - some of them bystanders - were believed to be involved in the fight on Todd St, in Alice Springs, early this morning.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Remotely-sensed analysis of ground-cover change in Queensland's rangelands, 1988–2005
G. Bastin A C , R. Denham B , P. Scarth B , A. Sparrow A and V. Chewings A A CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, PO Box 2111, Alice Springs, NT 0871, Australia.
Bronze statue to commemorate artist Albert Namatjira
The man who made Cunnamulla's famous 'Cunnamulla Fella' statue and 'The Pioneer' statue in the Northern Territory says plans are well underway to honour another outback legend, Aboriginal artist Albert Namatjira.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Movie review: Tracks
This true story of Australian Robyn Davidson's 1975 epic 2700km trek across the Aussie desert from Alice Springs to the Indian Ocean is hypnotic, as Mandy White's stunning cinematography allows us to become lost in the beauty of the vast, richly coloured landscape.
Sydney Morning Herald
Markets Live: Good vibrations
A strong lead from Wall St suggests an upbeat start to local shares, ahead of terms of trade and local retail sales figures and a speech by the RBA governor.
Aboriginal alcoholism worsening: inquiry
After hearings in Alice Springs and Tennant Creek, the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Indigenous Affairs is in Darwin conducting its inquiry into the harmful use of alcohol by indigenous communities.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
CIA knows what happenedto Malaysia plane: Analyst
The CIA base in Australia knows what happened to the Malaysia Airlines passenger plane, says a prominent analyst.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Message derailed by a row
A "train wreck" interview with John Pilger on 666 ABC Canberra, means listeners are still none the wiser about why they need to see the film 'Utopia' And now to other lesser perils of journalism and a painful lesson in how not to interview a filmmaker, particularly one who is as combative as John Pilger.
And in other news...
The Australian Taxation Office is urging all taxpayers with offshore assets to declare their interests, ahead of a global crackdown on international tax havens.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Museum suspends controversial exhibition following threat of injunction
The South Australian Museum has postponed the opening of an Aboriginal cultural exhibition, following threat of legal action by traditional owners The Ngintaka exhibition, due to open at the South Australian Museum on Saturday, has been suspended following the threat of a legal injunction.
Mixed feelings about season ahead as NT cattle body celebrates 30 years
There'll be mixed feelings about how the northern cattle industry is faring this year, when hundreds gather in Darwin for today's 30th annual NT Cattlemen's Association conference.
Territory cattlemen want a say in mining boom
Cattle producers in the Northern Territory want a greater say over mining and exploration activities that happen on their pastoral lease.
Country Hour Thurs 27 March
Rural women from the Northern Territory, Western Australia and Queensland have attended a social event in Darwin today; It's been a long and tough summer for a lettuce farm near Alice Springs; A veterinarian from Darwin has been named the Northern Territory's Rural Woman of the Year and a second year veterinary science student with a passion for ... (more)