Erwin Chlanda

Release full fracking report, says Opposition

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The Giles Government needs to immediately release the full Hawke Report into Hydraulic Fracturing in the NT rather than hiding it from the public, writes Nicole Manison, Shadow Minister for the Environment.

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Giles, Conlan reduce Alice Springs to a mere dot

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Tourism promotion: Giles, Conlan reduce Alice Springs to a dot on the map (we put in the arrow). ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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TIO sale: Hip pocket vote may loom

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Will the sale of TIO trigger a new hip pocket vote? COMMENT by ALEX NELSON.

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Mining may trigger urban drift: national freedom meeting

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Urban drift of bush people, a new ATSIC emerged as a major issues in the national meeting of black activists in Alice Springs. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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Firebrands United: Block gas, oil production, says Anderson

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The meet and greet of Aboriginal people this morning, in town for a two-day national convention on sovereignty, was star-studded and animated. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. FULL STORY »

Police ‘pre-emptive strike’ against trouble makers

New legislation has passed through the Territory Parliament giving police new powers to quickly remove trouble makers from our streets before problems escalate, write Chief Minister Adam Giles and Attorney General John Elferink.

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Alice airport takes top national honours

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Airport solar power wins gong.

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Central Australia, police state?

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Recent NT Government spending on law enforcement suggests we’re heading towards becoming a police state. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. FULL STORY »

Anna’s debut album

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Local musician Anna Hebblewhite is about to launch her first album. ANDREA JOHNSTON reports.

 

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The Big One that could end the gloom

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If it comes off it will be nothing like the town has seen since the hospital was built in the mid-1970s: a $100m project, eight storeys high, 170 dwellings, an 85 room hotel, professional office space, restaurants, cafes – even a 110 place child care centre – all that adjacent to the CBD, on the empty Melanka site, now a painful symbol of the town’s economic malaise. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. 

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