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Volume 24

Issue 1

Tomorrow is Neighbour Day. By

Dwellings starts still in slump. By

Centralians contribute to national thinking on recognition. By

Three absconders: Then there was one …. By

Old tree danger: council was told two years ago. By

Fracking: The nays have it. By

Landmark tree drops third heavy branch in two weeks. By

Government still mainly in the ‘gunna’ phase. By

Karl Hampton CAAMA boss amidst ‘Aboriginalisation’ row. By

Clay pans mob: Gathering trash can be fun. By

Issue 10

Batchelor doesn’t need Santa. It has Gunner and Scullion.. By

José Petrick tells the story of her long life, well lived. By

The Centre’s landscape brought into a castle in town. By

No Turnbull Christmas present for CDU. By

Santa’s big day: Hot and maybe wet. By

Police officers targeted by rock throwers. By

Horror numbers in tourism stats, with a hint for a solution. By

NT’s top Aboriginal Year 12 student from OLSH in Alice. By

The grass is greener on the other side of the border. By

Ridesharing to start in February. By

Issue 11

Ailing economy needs on-shore gas, says Opposition. By

What will our cultural celebrations look like in a generation?. By

Let’s have an Australia Day when we are ready for it. By

Story Wall, buffel and Jacinta. By

29 become Aussies in The Alice. By

A say for rate payers shoved into ‘confidential’. By

Focus on the killing now, not 200 years ago. By

Fracking consultation meaningless charade. By

THE TROLL by Blair McFarland. By

If society withholds social licence, would that stop fracking?. By

Issue 2

What the open letter didn’t say. By

Company refutes new allegations on jobs for the dole scheme. By

How to cope with a 40 degree Sunday. By

NT last in population growth, first in booze & fags use. By

Incompetent Labor Government deserves $2b cut: 1Territory. By

Climate change strains systems for remote living. By

An invitation to Alice Keith Palmer won’t be able to follow. By

Town gets a say in its economic future as $2b cut hits home. By

Something’s back and Somewhere’s different. By

Parrtjima to cost $2m, half will go interstate. By

Issue 3

Biggest deficit in Territory history: Opposition Leader. By

Protect our icons from fracking: Tourism operators. By

Sitzler closes Alice office: Why the fuss?. By

Medical training gets shot in the arm. By

Protect NT’s 457 visa privileges, says Higgins. By

What will Royal Commission do with Dylan Voller’s evidence? . By

Arsonists invade town centre. By

Six-year-old banned from bush school: Grandmother. By

Finding home through metal: Blacken Open Air festival. By

Alice Easter 88 years after the altar arrived. By

Issue 4

The Book of Revelations  (on zines and strange careers). By

CDU oval a public place no longer. By

Call for help with roads disaster. By

Government to pay $30m plus in rent for court. By

NT-SA agreement hardly historic. By

How did Alice Springs respond to the 1967 referendum?. By

The Centre should be a major player in the power game. By

‘Historic agreement to strengthen SA-NT bond’. By

Advocate: Getting it wrong on their big day. By

NT Writers Festival salutes the ‘lifelines that join and cross’. By

Issue 5

Fracking enquiry to be guided by union membership?. By

Bushmob absconding: no reliable phone to alert police, resort. By

Town camp women stand against violence. By

Bushmob quits Loves Creek deal: Government let us down. By

The power struggle: Schedule for new generators contested. By

Triumphant painting revival at Papunya. By

House prices for quarter down 5%, units 7%, unit sales up.. By

Kids crisis: Town board to keep check on govt. agencies?. By

All bulls find buyers at Show sale. By

Street kids: Is Positive Loitering worth a try?. By

Issue 6

Jimmy Cocking: Council not an ideological pedestal. By

Ryan runs on infrastructure boost, financial responsibility. By

Lambley wants ALP probed on Dan Murphy’s. By

Politely passionate: council candidates front invited guests. By

Thousands of voters miss out on last week of campaign . By

Batchelor Institute in turmoil: Leak. By

Surprising conservative on council: Jacinta Price. By

Aussies beat Yanks in Americas Cup. Vikings scare.. By

Henley-on-Todd: day of the kids, big and small. By

‘Do you mind if I speak to you?’. By

Issue 7

Huge fence around Parliament is OK: Scullion. By

Journalists as prostitutes. By

‘Territory Labor fails to enact its own fracking policy’. By

Burst of desert art and life in Sydney CBD. By

Alice wants substantial increase in solar: survey. By

Desert Mob: next generation always on their minds. By

Top scorer knocks back Deputy Mayor job. By

‘CLP rehashes fracking policy that caused its wipe-out’. By

CLP pushes for oil & gas, including fracking. By

Ancient stories meet government silence in the Lands. By

Issue 8

NT pampered by the public purse. By

Council buys property next to its depot. By

Bashing of boys: Arrest warrant for accused. By

Police: We do not condone vigilantes. By

Fuel firm on warpath with Alice upgrades Katherine site. By

Barkly needs a master plan, says Mayor. By

Only 3 of Turnbull’s 38 northern roads started, all in Qld. By

Bottle shop cops ‘security guards, paid for by the taxpayer’. By

How much of Parrtjima’s $2m goes out of town?. By

NT lags on locator devices for people lost in the bush. By

Issue 9

Black money. By

15-year-old charged with assaulting police officer. By

Did Peace Pilgrims answer an extraordinary emergency?. By

Council not keen on offer of help to fight crime. By

Pine Gap’s role in drone warfare: former Senator, former PM. By

Leaders want town council help to fight youth crime. By

Batchelor negotiating major government contract. By

Public money flowing into facility about to be closed. By

Emirates jetliner dumps fuel on Central Australia. By

Strange encounters: the Peace Pilgrim and the Police Sergeant. By