Chief Minister Natasha Fyles has unveiled her new Cabinet, that will see Nicole Manison stripped of the police portfolio and Eva Lawler named Treasurer.
Faced with no end in sight for its ongoing crime crisis, residents of Alice Springs are being encouraged to again take free self-defense courses to protect themselves as they go about their daily lives in the town.
The third AFL game in the Territory for the season has been confirmed for the Red Centre on July 17, with the Melbourne Demons taking on the Port Adelaide Power at TIO Traeger Park in Alice Springs, the league has confirmed.
Labor incumbent Luke Gosling is poised to win Solomon for a third term, securing an estimated 59 per cent of the two-party preferred vote, in an easier-than-expected victory that will cause uncomfortable questions within the Country Liberal Party; while Lingiari was still too close to call.
‘I am likely to attract complaints against me’: Raj Rajwin responds to complaints over doctor claims
The peak body that protects the public from wrongdoing by health practitioners found United Australia Party candidate Raj Samson Rajwin was a “moderate risk” to the public after a criminal investigation into his claims of being a doctor during a previous election campaign.
The Fyles Government has passed a cap on damages for false imprisonment and assault for anyone incarcerated in a Northern Territory prison, with only one MLA voicing opposition, calling the measures a “disgrace” and “a greenlight to abusive behaviour against children and adults” in NT prisons.
Zach Rolfe and family feature in Spotlight episode about murder trial and shooting death of Kumanjayi Walker
Channel Seven’s Spotlight program on Sunday will feature interviews with Constable Zach Rolfe and his family, including interviews during his trial which ended in March, when he was found not guilty of the murder of Kumanjayi Walker in Yuendumu in 2019.
Labor candidate for Lingiari Marion Scrymgour has been photographed unloading a marked NT Government vehicle with Labor campaign material in a remote community, raising questions about the Labor Party’s use of public resources for campaigning during the federal election in remote areas.
The Skyline Attraction Ferris Wheel is back at Stokes Hill Warf for the Dry season and it comes with a 9-hole “Australiana themed” mini-golf course and a pop-up pizza bar, tripling the fun for the entire family.
Speaker Ngaree Ah Kit has been selected by the Labor caucus as the newest Cabinet minister in the Fyles Government.
‘I can’t believe the Army is not there’: Sources say people too scared to enter Wadeye fearing violence
More than 400 people are still displaced, with hundreds living in tents on the edge of town too scared to buy food; the school has been closed after a teacher was assaulted, a man was speared in the leg and the Health Clinic attacked, children are walking around with homemade tomahawks, a worker’s camp was ram-raided, and at least 45 houses have been left unliveable due to damage from riots and ongoing violence in Wadeye, sources have told the NT Independent.
The NT Government has rushed extraordinary amendments through Parliament Thursday night to retrospectively “validate” the Chief Health Officer’s vaccine mandate directions, raising suspicions the government had not properly enacted the orders the first time, which one legal expert said has “demolished the rule of law in the NT” and would most likely draw the attention of the Federal Government.