Erwin Chlanda

Bangtail beats bureaucracy

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Rotary members become traffic controllers to save thousands which now can go to charity. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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Geocachers – they’re all around us

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More than 500 people are bringing a global pastime to The Alice. ERWIN CHLANDA spoke with Sonia and David Dougherty on their hunt for small treasures.

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Milk and honey or fracking battle field?

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Petroleum exploration applications, lodged or granted: Where they are and what that means. A little jigsaw puzzle for the Easter break.ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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Crime, vandalism huge worry for business

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Chamber of Commerce survey amplifies distrust in law and order responses. Break-ins and thefts discourage investment. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: A pointed example of vandalism, as reported by the ABC. FULL STORY »

Banned drinkers actions faster, tougher

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Banned Drinkers Register: Secondary supply will be a crime, says Mr Gunner (at left). Why is it taking so long, asks Ms Finocchiaro (at right). Report by ERWIN CHLANDA.

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Keeping an eye on your house from afar

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Police and ambulance personnel staged a dramatic rescue of a car accident victim but the star of Saturday’s safety expo was a gadget to catch burglars. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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Youth crime: screams for help

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Youth crime: There is no such thing as a bad child. Does a baby who cries because of an unmet need get labelled a bad baby? write Chris Warren and David Pugh from Anglicare NT.

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No-brainer # 1

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Tennant Creek sets world record for cops. Bullet train to Titjikala?

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Missing Turf Club money still a mystery – UPDATES

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Seven months after it went missing, and on the eve of the Club’s major event, the taxpaying public is none the wiser about where a portion of its grant money has gone. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO from the club’s website.

 

Most recent UPDATE 1:33pm Wednesday: “The committee of the club is responsible for the management of grants.” FULL STORY »

Small business workshop in Warlpiri

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Local, NT governments collaborate on issues are when two worlds collide, write Adrian Dixon (pictured) and Cathryn Hutton from the Central Desert Regional Council.

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