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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 10

Ways of being: beyond the beauty of Papunya paintings. By

Cyclone Trevor to head south after landfall tomorrow. By

Canberra billions: Is there anybody out there?. By

Gas, oil royalties: 10% of what?. By

Two injured in rock throwing. By

Gallery: The Gunner spin goes on. By

Private forecaster tips massive rains for Alice. By

Massive gas reserves close to being tapped. By

Mineral exploration on the way up. By

Thinking about Dreaming. By

Issue 11

Billion dollar mine inching closer to reality. By

Remote parents to raise playgroup and web data issues. By

See the Red Centre without setting foot in Alice Springs. By

Federal Budget ‘another big GST blow to the NT’. By

Isolated parents meet: From the absurd to the visionary. By

Killerbots, guided by Pine Gap, same as any other weapon?. By

Half a billion dollars for NT roads: Scullion. By

Gallery swap: Aborigines second in pecking order. By

Welcome to winter paradise. By

Bottle snatching and assault alleged. By

Issue 12

Rod Moss ventures into the weird and comical. By

Society stops crime, not the police. By

Rob de Castella allegations raised with Snowdon – again. By

Campaign full of rancour still not over. By

On the job and on the hustings. By

More than 1000 to perform in eight-day Eisteddfod. By

Tree death and the challenge of heatwaves. By

Whenever you need a cop … there are three. By

That’s why we all live here. By

Rural doctors: The Greens have got it right. By

Issue 13

Drug charges as large amount of cash confiscated. By

Quietly lending an ear, or saving a life. By

The heavy lifters are those who dropped the bundle. By

Tell me what you think about fracking – for $100. By

Art gallery, cultural centre: ‘Another day, another backflip’. By

Country Party seeks to stand candidates in all seats. By

US marines in Darwin could drag Australia into war. By

Mating odour to catch feral cats. By

Stem tide of waste with craft and imagination. By

Say no to no go, urge anti-frackers. By

Issue 14

Call to exempt principals from pay freeze. By

The Cattle King dies aged 88. By

‘Gunner the Betrayer’. By

Alice vs The Rock, at a glance. By

Chinese, Singaporian pipeline firm wants Aussie handout. By

Transport Hall of Fame reunion a goer: Manager. By

Remembering nuclear past, imagining nuclear-free future. By

NT at the bottom of the barrel. By

Soy sauce now only from a bottlo. By

Why the NT Govt sacked the volunteers managing an icon. By

Issue 15

Authorities underrated risk to Pine Gap, Alice of a nuclear strike. By

Gallery business case slap in the face of custodians. By

Leadership and consultation can go hand-in-hand. By

CLP to focus on youth crime, tourism, mammoth deficit. By

150 riders from across Oz in 2019 Redback. By

NT firm Sitzler gets major national award. By

Opposition leader will not be questioned on looming NT poll. By

‘Voter apathy greatest threat to Territory democracy’. By

Stuart Highway trek maintains its allure after decades. By

Youth crime: compassion alone is no solution. By

Issue 16

Tourism treasures waiting for smart government spending. By

Bushfires: Government by reports. By

Escapee ran into the bush. By

ICAC boss criticises Anzac High advice from public service. By

The drought isn’t the only worry on the land. By

No sign of Anzac High work claimed by Minister Lawler. By

Saddle up and disconnect from everyday life. By

Uproar about possible closing of Katherine Museum. By

Government firm on demolishing Anzac High: Lawler. By

Billionaire may invest in giant Tennant solar farm. By

Issue 17

Government fails bush on health, police: McConnell. By

Wakefield, Ryan star in the Phantom of the Art Gallery. By

Questions of scale and artful answers. By

Yuendumu shooting: ICAC starts independent investigation. By

Gallery and library: political game vs solutions. By

Thor finds more tungsten, copper. By

Blackout witch hunt. By

‘Cop will be labelled for the rest of his life as a blackfeller killer’. By

Top secret ‘master plan’. By

Vast electorates, poor participation in our democracy. By

Issue 18

Three killed in road crash. By

Kids & cops: All roads lead to Wakefield. By

Hermannsburg Mission: questions of survival. By

CLP candidate Mayor puts demands to Labor CM. By

Fire, climate change: Where are our leaders?. By

Street kids: What cops can do. By

Transport Hall: No details of the cost for appointed manager. By

Government corporation bids for Kilgariff Two. By

More to come?. By

Minister Fyles gets her facts wrong on sex industry. By

Issue 19

Epistle from the inferno. By

Transport Hall manager takes Liz Martin to court. By

Mayor’s ‘conflict of interest’ issues need more work. By

Big demand for camels as drought harms beef industry. By

Assange must not be abandoned. By

$1m from Feds to deal with Central Desert water issues. By

Australian flag stolen from Anzac Hill. By

Government cash for heritage projects. By

Curfew: sixth time lucky for Cr Melky?. By

Mayor’s ‘conflict’: council to ask for independent legal opinion. 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 20

Claypans focus on Clean Up Australia Day. By

Little progress with $64m management system for trouble kids. By

Feds may fund CAAMA even in administration. By

Government pays $800,000 a day in interest. By

Lambley seeks brake on government spending. By

Dujuan’s moving story and its missing pieces. By

Film short on answers for trouble in the streets. By

‘I saw the bombers’. By

Labor gets fracking, gambling, booze cash: Fraser-Adams. By

Train hoppers hurt. By

Issue 21

Gunner government to hide fiscal facts. By

Gunner the statesman short on facts for Centre. By

Virus risk: US Marines should not deploy to Darwin. By

Town library, pool close; non-essential Council events cancelled. By

Youth curfew no longer an option, a necessity: Lambley. By

Last drinks, and Henley on Todd cancelled. By

Fix the kids problems and our roads. By

Are frackers immune from COVID-19 rules?. By

Aggravated assault in attempted handbag snatch. By

Now it’s five. By

Issue 22

‘Affordable land’ in a man-made desert. By

COVID: ScoMo not here to tell Gunner what to do. By

Petitioners, scrutiny miss out in ‘arrogant’ Gunner Parliament. By

Workers on visas in trouble as businesses close. By

Big damage, no injury. By

A lonely ANZAC Day, but no less heartfelt. By

Life without COVID, flies and heat. By

McConnell to Gunner: Stop name calling. By

COVID spitters are grubs, idiots, and lowlife: Gunner. By

Alice Prize: online but undaunted. By

Issue 23

Hardship rates waiver hits snag. By

Questions of conflict multiplied by two. By

Recovery: No help from oil and gas, says study. By

Solar lights may go. By

A touch of light: native passionfruit. By

COVID Territory style: Beer and skittles. By

Paterson stands for Territory Alliance. By

New Normal recipe from the too hard basket. By

Stop spending billions on warfare and put healthcare first. By

Wakefield ready for fight: affirms intention to acquire oval. By

Issue 24

3,500,000 steps in the right direction. By

Alice Springs crime reporting: Fact and Facebook. By

Attuning readers to the tears of others. By

Top End nursing: footy injuries, common cold to heart attack. By

A touch of light: Artityerrityerre, willy wagtail. By

A gas-led recovery is short term, good only for the gas industry. By

Let’s have a local Masters Games, says Gerry Wood. By

Black lives: generations pass; racism, custody deaths continue. By

Independent Kim Hopper has succinct policies for Braitling. By

Industry development in the NT a government policy vacuum. By

Issue 25

Don’t threaten us: Cattleman to PM over live export decision. By

A touch of light: mistletoe magic. By

Interstate COVID hotspots: Will the bad guys get caught?. By

With Gunner, great advice is of little use. By

Library ban: where will all the young ones go?. By

Council resignations and surprising alliances. By

$3m compensation for ‘reckless, unjustifiable’ export ban. By

Deloitte to close Alice Springs office. By

Jazz for Kangaroo Island bushfire appeal. By

Step forward towards rare earths project north of Alice. By

Issue 26

Worst unemployment ever in the NT: Chamber of Commerce. By

The Territory is too big for them to grasp. By

NT to become just one Federal seat of Parliament. By

Massive military spending: Election distraction?. By

Traveller returning to NT tests positive. By

Zachary Rolfe is changing address. By

Don’t threaten us: Cattleman to PM over live export decision. By

A touch of light: mistletoe magic. By

Interstate COVID hotspots: Will the bad guys get caught?. By

With Gunner, great advice is of little use. 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 at Anzac consult: council hurries to meet govt deadline. By

She lived where life is what you make it. By

The turning point: Marshall Perron’s rise to power. By

Two escape from youth detention centre. By

Turf Club mounts have humps. By

Artist’s Woomera warning: live bombs. By

Because of eight grandmothers we can. By

Pitchi Ritchi: Nobody home. By

Red Dirt Poetry Festival turns international. By

Visions from the Centre to light up the Sydney Opera House. By

Issue 5

Old but fast: Rally cars criss-cross The Centre. By

Girl taken to hospital after bashing at Yirara College. By

Ilparpa row: 430 hectares available at Brewer Estate. By

Electric supercar at Henley on Todd. By

Armed police auxiliary liquor inspectors start work in Alice. By

When grown persons become kids. No worries.. By

24/7 youth centre push continues but no location yet. By

Yirara College silent on report of student hurt in big brawl. By

Gallery business case far from ‘well underway’. By

NBN: Higher cost for less speed in Lingiari. By

Issue 6

Gas-first government dodging urgent need to act on climate. By

Desert Song’s fire burns bright. By

Gallery should be all set to go. By

18 in a car with five seats. By

Business group may establish ‘federal’ prison in The Centre. By

Gallery: Council did not say boo. By

Strong visitation and sales for Desert Mob . By

A whirlwind of stuff. By

NT pipeline to make substantial contribution, says industry. By

Voter banned from Parliamentarian’s office. By

Issue 7

Gay fest for Alice: Priscilla comes back. By

One-hour community consultation on Albrecht Oval lights. By

Super fund style measure to help cattlemen through droughts. By

Indigenous Affairs Minister for fresh approach on gallery. By

Wet spring for The Centre – but it’s hot!. By

Police attacked by 17-year-old. By

The Dark State. By

Police looking for escaped prisoner. By

If you can climb Mt Everest and in Yosemite, why not Uluru?. By

Phone scammers get smarter. By

Issue 8

Rest and Reflection. By

Alice children’s project gets $5m+ from Feds. By

Former gallery advisor scathing about its planners. By

Remove religious exemption, says COGSO. By

Change at the helm of the Central Land Council. By

Aboriginal gallery: rushed business case yet immediate start?. By

Happy Birthday, Auntie, and good luck for the next 70.. By

Cattlemen get their day in court over live export ban. By

Young man charged with attempted murder, girl with robbery. By

No cops, no clinics. By

Issue 9

Fire management inadequate to non-existent: ALEC. By

The stolen child who went to university. By

West Macs fire mitigation critically inadequate: Scientist. By

Mines near Alice moving to join major Oz exporters. By

Indecent assault, home invasions. By

Government fails to protect major tourism asset. By

Adelaide’s Indigenous gallery out of the starting blocks. By

Labor government increased NT deficit by a factor of 18. By

Don’t mess with our treasures, says Alice. By

Police have “grave concerns” for missing man. By