Euthanasia campaigner Philip Nitschke still fighting old foes
Dr Philip Nitschke, the face of assisted suicide in Australia, is a controversial and divisive figure whose methods have fallen foul of the Australian Medical Association .
Northern Territory News
Bouncer runs after alleged shoot threat
A BOUNCER was so scared after a man allegedly threatened to shoot him while brandishing a weapon that he scaled a 2.5m fence to save himself, a court has heard.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Northern Territory News
Outrage as Tasmania is snubbed... again
As you can see in the picture below, a map of Australia is repeatedly used on the Speedo design - but Tasmania is missing.
Stars and Stripes
Australia taking delivery of first F-35, plans to buy 72
An F-35B Lightning II with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121 taxis across the runway at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, California, Aug. 7, 2013.
Darwin dog attack victim, bitten in car yard, calls for stricter controls on dangerous canines
Darwin resident Maureen O'Sullivan has asked why a dog that bit her has not been destroyed, a fortnight after she was attacked at a car yard near the Darwin city centre.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Images capture turtles laying eggs on remote Northern Territory beach
'My son saved his attacker's life': Father who brutally beat teen he caught raping his son, 11, reveals it was only his boy's pleas that saved the pedophile from death as he says his family refuse to hide Bill Clinton 'has a busty blond mistress nicknamed "Energizer" by his Secret Service detail who work to hide the woman from Hillary' Body of ... (more)
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Abandonment Issues Haven't Kept Roymackonkey from Aussie Success and Beyond
As a microphone for the lonely and brokenhearted, Roymackonkey, out of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, have produced a rock sound that is fierce at its core but has a soft edge that is more soulful than your typical Aussie power rockers.
Strong NT economic data 'skewed by gas project'
A public policy expert is playing down the significance of a new report showing the Northern Territory economy is the second strongest in the nation, saying the figures have been skewed by a giant resources project.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
5 things you may not know about Prince George
Prince George can't talk, can barely walk, yet that's enough for magazines to slap him on the cover while CNN devoted a 30-minute documentary that recounted every snippet of video of the royal toddler.
The Aussies lost on flight MH17
Pro Russian separatists are being blamed for firing a Russian built surface-to-air missile to bring down MH17 in eastern Ukraine A blue passport bearing the distinctive Australian coat-of-arms has appeared in a Russian television news report from the crash site of MH17 in Ukraine.
Northern Territory News
Fears that terror risks may hit home
MORE than a score of Australians who have fought in Syria and Iraq are already back on home soil, fuelling fears of terrorist conspiracies such as the foiled bid to attack the AFL Grand Final.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Patricia Evans' New Book is Released
During the Second World War , the Pacific was the site of one of the most grueling fighting known to man, and for a time, Australia was at the forefront of the struggle against the Axis.
Chinese soldiers to train in Northern Aust
For the first time, Chinese troops will train with Australian and US soldiers in a land exercise in the Northern Territory.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Iron ore slump hits junior miners hardest
A commodities expert says some Northern Territory iron ore producers may be struggling to stay afloat, despite a stable iron price because they are too small.
Barnaby Joyce encourages regional youth to enter Heywire competition
Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, says it is vital that regional youth make their voices heard to fight for the issues facing them, their peers and their communities.
The 2014/15 El NiA o - Part 13 - More Mixed Signals
A few interesting things have happened since the July Update last week. On the ocean side, weekly sea surface temperatures in the NINO3.4 region have dropped below the threshold of El NiA o conditions .
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Country Hour Monday 15 July
Ongoing delays in getting a berth at the Darwin port is costing live export companies millions of dollars.
Cambridge Evening News
Rachel Casson in action
It was one of her favourite toys, a wooden dog that made a 'clonkety-clonk' sound when you moved it.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Clive's Territory tilt
Away from the Canberra spotlight, the Palmer United Party has made an audacious play for power in the NT.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Australia's grand plan to transform its northern wilds
The government wants to dam northern rivers to create a giant food bowl - but no one knows how it will effect the environment or Indigenous people AUSTRALIA has a daring plan: to convert its tropical north into a huge "food bowl".