NT cattle stations owner Rallen Australia said it obtained a temporary halt on road works by fracking company Tamboran Resources Limited on its land, until its stay application can be heard by the NT Supreme Court heard on July 15, but the miner later said the interim stop work had been lifted and misconceived as the company did have an immediate intention to undertake works on that track.
An Alice Springs grandmother who tipped an elderly man out of his mobility scooter and stole his beer has avoided jail.
A infant has died suddenly in Katherine, and their death is being investigated, NT Police have said.
A McMinns Lagoon man has fronted court for the first time after being charged with bestiality after police allegedly uncovered a “significant number” of videos, including some that had been posted on the internet, of the man engaged in “abhorrent” sexual acts with an animal during a raid of his house on Friday.
‘Fuck’n killer bastard. You killed fuck’n Paddy up the bum’: Transcripts of police secret recordings
NT Police installed listening devices in the home of former Larrimah gardener Owen Laurie following the 2017 disappearance of Paddy Moriarty, an inquest in Katherine heard this week. Mr Laurie, who worked for pie shop owner Fran Hodgetts, lived on her property directly across the road from Mr Moriarty’s house. Here is the transcript of the recordings presented in the inquest.
‘I killerated old Paddy … I struck him on the fucking head and killerated the bastard’: Inquest played bizarre murder song
Secret recordings of a man singing about the murder of Patrick Moriarty were played at the inquest into the missing man today.
Two new witnesses have given evidence this morning at the resumed inquest into the disappearance of Paddy Moriarty, with one man connecting the case to the 2001 murder of Peter Falconio.
A man charged with murder over the alleged shooting death of another man near the Cutta Cutta Caves has been remanded in custody after his first court appearance in Katherine today.
‘It’s a sweet gig, just get to do cowboy stuff with no rules’: Court suppression lifted on Rolfe text messages
Several months before the fatal shooting of Kumanjayi Walker in Yuendumu, Constable Zachary Rolfe described his job as getting to do “cowboy stuff with no rules” in a text message to an Army mate, that has now had a NT Supreme Court non-publication order on it lifted, the media have reported.
Assistant Police Commissioner Michael White has warned officers about increased risks to their safety, and the safety of their families, in the wake of the police shooting of a man in Palmerston on Tuesday, an internal police communication states.
Defence lawyers waiting on analysis of ‘chemical’ allegedly thrown at cops, despite results being returned in early December
A chemical analysis of a liquid allegedly thrown by ‘freedom’ protesters at NT Police officers has still not been provided to a defendant’s lawyers as part of evidence in a criminal trial stemming from a November ‘freedom’ rally, despite Police Commissioner Jamie Chalker having said in early December the analysis had come back from interstate.
Constable Zachary Rolfe’s legal team said the officer had been taught “edged weapon equals gun” when arguing he was justified in shooting Indigenous man Kumanjayi Walker three times.