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Volume 25

Issue 1

Government lied on liquor, says Lambley, demands poll. By

Jim Beam at 7.45am: Businesses, staff bear the brunt. By

Queen’s Baton belongs to Alice for two days. By

Starlifter passenger seeks compensation. By

Mulch, wood chips at landfill catch fire. By

30 scientists say no to fracking in the NT. By

Multi-pronged effort saves river giant: better late than never. By

Aboriginal flag on Anzac Hill: it’s not over yet. By

‘Proper’ drinking: elusive goal but how hard have we tried?. By

Who pays the bill when fracking goes wrong?. By

Issue 2

ANZAC: The day of many meanings. By

Financial empowerment for women: National Labor’s policy. By

Bones are going sky high. By

Morrison announces cash injection for NT. By

Minister: ‘Trauma informed’ training across youth sector. By

New NT tax an absolute disaster, says mining industry. By

Central Petroleum west of Alice: No plans for fracking. By

Film festival rethink but show goes on. By

Gold better than platinum: Ghan passenger. By

Look out for firebug in Ilparpa area, say firies. By

Issue 3

Minister’s blinkered view of US fracking sites. By

Memo Club for 24/7 youth centre?. By

Martin Luther King III ‘disheartened’ by what he saw in Alice. By

Cemeteries could be turned into parks. By

A big drought would kill buffel, too. By

Big solar prospects but can the network take it?. By

Dance, lost and found. By

Uluru Statement: A year later the debate goes on. By

Buffel grass legacy started under Canberra rule. By

Problem kids: The whole town must help. By

Issue 4

Gallery: Gunner sticks with ANZAC Oval. By

Confusion over gallery leadership: government’s fault. By

Department, council mum on code of conduct questions. By

Estimates: Gallery location questions remain. By

Turn rock-throwing into backflips: how community can help. By

Eisteddfod is match day for young artists. By

Cops nab alleged grog runners. By

‘You can make fracking better but you can’t do it well’. By

Aboriginal treaty in time for the Federal election?. By

No sign of council playing ball on Anzac Oval. By