Fracking is NEVER “sustainable and environmentally friendly”! There are no …

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Fracking is NEVER “sustainable and environmentally friendly”! There are no ifs and buts about that. It’s a fact!

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Tree death and the challenge of heatwaves
Definitely making residents responsible to look after “their” trees would help.
Generally council should also make sure that pathways are actually available to people who try to walk, ride, have prams or are in wheelchairs.
Overhanging trees and bushes growing into the paths and sidewalks make this impossible in too many spots all over town!


That’s why we all live here
Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos. I saw it in town as well, but didn’t have my camera.


Billen’s family: Make telling hotel where you trek mandatory
I still do not understand, how it could have gone unnotice for so many days, that the occupant of a room was missing at the accomodation, where the lady was staying?
I have worked in the industry for many years and have never seen anything like that occur? Rooms do get checked every day! And, if someone is supposed to have checked out, would you not inform the police?
I would be more than happy to help with translations of pamphlets to be given out to every guest on what do do or not to do here in Central Australia in our beautiful desert.


Interest booms in solar power investment
The whole of the NT could have been solar-powered 20 years ago, yet we’re still discussing, thinking, waiting, contemplating. Meanwhile the earth is dying!


NT the biggest climate change offender
Good on you, Jimmy Cocking, for voicing your concerns!
Unfortunately, for most politicians making the decisions it still seems to be more about short term money-making and less about the future of all of us and our beautiful country!


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