Erwin Chlanda

Government power suppliers ‘luddites’

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Rancid fridges, wasted food result from outdating billing system of Power Water, writes PAUL LEWIS.

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Election fever to rise next week

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The horse trading for preferences will start after the allocation of positions on the ballot paper on Friday next week. Enrolment closes Wednesday. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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Harts Range may give Birdsville a run for its money

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As they turn 70 next year, the Central Australia’s legendary bush races, like the Finke organised by volunteers, may take a slot in the major event tourism line-up. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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Booze rehab funding falls short

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Women in jail while treatment beds are mothballed? ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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Street kids at risk can be detained at police station

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Commander Danny Bacon explains the duty of care provisions under which police operate. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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In mining, too, from little things big things grow

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From “some fifth hand corrugated iron, bush timber and an inordinate amount of fencing wire” to a multi-million dollar mining operation: LINDSAY JOHANNSEN tells the story.

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Eli Melky to stand against Adam Giles

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… and joins a growing list of Independents in Braitling. ERWIN CHLANDA reports

 

UPDATE August 2

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Namatjira is as big and diverse as candidate’s family

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Not yet 30 and focused on a seat in the Assembly, Chansey Paech (pictured in the middle of the back row with part of his family) believes in well funded NGOs and responsible government working together as the ideal problem solvers. He spoke with editor ERWIN CHLANDA.

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An island home or youth detention?

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1Territory candidate for Stuart Andi Bracey (pictured), mother of five and ex-president of the NTICPA, looks back on her volunteer work with young delinquents sent to an island for answers to the current youth corrections scandal.

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Youth detention Royal Commission ‘compromised’

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Brian Martin (pictured) presided over all judicial officers who sentenced young Aboriginal offenders to detention, and after resignation as Chief Justice was paid by the NT Government for a report, says prominent Aboriginal spokesperson, Olga Havnen. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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