Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Ken Fleming has broken his silence over the NT News’ recent onslaught of criticism, telling the NT Independent he will be addressing the issue “at the appropriate time” and said he hoped the NT News was pursuing the matter with “legitimate journalistic purpose”.
Authorities have fined a 23-year-old airline passenger from New South Wales who landed in the Territory on Thursday for allegedly refusing to wear a mask at an airport.
A man claiming to be a member of the Fishermen United Northern Territory Guild has had his personalised number plate suggestions FU GUNER and FU NTG knocked back by the Motor Vehicle Registry on the basis they “could be considered offensive”.
NT building controller, Minister not concerned about public entering uncertified buildings: Estimates hearings
The NT Government’s chief building inspector says he has no concerns that the Darwin Turf Club knowingly allowed people to enter a building that was not certified, had failed two fire safety audits and ultimately suffered an electrical fire in an area that had hosted family fun days.
Agriculture visa will help end NT workforce shortage, but quarantine facility also needed: NT Farmers
The NT Farmers Association has urged both the Commonwealth and NT governments to prioritise a COVID-19 quarantine facility for overseas farmers after the federal government committed to finally implement an agricultural visa, warning that failure to secure the facility will result in higher food prices and a potential shortage of certain fresh food products for Australians.
The 100 names facing criminal courts in the Northern Territory for Monday, June 21. This list includes all the charges.
‘Why are you so slimy?’: Gunner prevents head public servant from answering questions on free press ban
Chief Minister Michael Gunner has prevented the Opposition from questioning head public servant Jodie Ryan at estimates hearings over why the apolitical public service appears to be carrying out a political directive to not respond to the NT Independent.
Police are investigating a fire that appears to have broke out in a carpark beneath a unit complex in Darwin’s inner suburb of Larrakeyah early Wednesday morning.
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