Six months after being released from prison Cardinal George Pell is on the move, as Pope Francis calls on the former Treasurer to help with the Catholic Church’s latest claims of embezzlement.
THREE of the Territory Wildlife Park’s newest animals are loving their new life and are ready for the public to come and watch them play.
HERE are all the names of everyone due to face criminal court in the Northern Territory today, September 30, 2020. Do you know any of them?
POLICE are searching for a car without number plates, stolen from a home
DRIVERS are warned to be careful after a single vehicle crash
Meghan Markle has suffered a setback in court in her fight against claims that she “collaborated” with the authors of a book about her life with Prince Harry.
Stephen Drill in London, with Nadia Salemme, Merryn Johns
AN independent consultant worth $25,000 has been brought in to facilitate focus groups in a major review of principal contracts
MEMBERS of the Stolen Generations in the NT could be in line for millions of dollars in compensation as part of a class-action lawsuit for being torn from their families by the Australian government.
JASON WALLS, Court Reporter
AN NT outback cattleman’s paradise sold for more than $1.8m this year. CLICK HERE to find out where the property is.
RAPHAELLA SAROUKOS, Real Estate Reporter
A DARWIN teacher has captured photos of mysterious orb-like UFOs from the balcony of his Waterfront apartment. SEE the PHOTOS HERE.
RISKIER projects will be able to tap into the federal government’s multibillion-dollar loan program designed to spur major construction in Northern Australia under sweeping new reforms that include bypassing state or territory governments.
THE federal government is understood to be looking to fly up to 200 Aussie expats with a cohort of international students travelling from Singapore to Darwin next month.
THE Territory’s leading tertiary education union says the courses that replace axed qualifications at Charles Darwin University will be critical.
PALMERSTON council has jumped on board the local retailer voucher scheme, with the first round of its myPalmerston program — based on the wildly successful myDarwin voucher scheme — now open for use
SEVENTY-seven jobs will go under a proposed restructure of Charles Darwin University in a bid to get its ballooning budget blowout under control. THE NT NEWS HAS OBTAINED ALL THE DETAILS
ALICE Springs councillor Jacinta Price has been appointed the town’s new deputy mayor
JASMINE BURKE, centralianadvocate.com.au
DARWIN council has unanimously rejected calls from NT Police to reduce drinking hours at East Point, saying it would not reduce or change anti-social behaviour
PALMERSTON locals have 10,000 more reasons to get out and enjoy fishing in their area with the city’s first ever council-run fishing competition launching over the weekend.
WILL ZWAR, Council Reporter
A THIRD man allegedly involved in a serious assault which left a man with life-threatening injuries has faced court for the first time
Taking out travel insurance – even in the crazy world of COVID – can deliver Aussies holidaying domestically more savings than the cost of the policy. Here’s how.
WHILE Darwin is expecting a wet couple of months, the official start to the wet season this week is set to be dry with a reduced chance of rain.
A well known Rural Area mechanic who turned his wife’s hydroponic herb garden into a cannabis grow operation for himself and his ‘close associates’ has avoided a jail sentence.
Heightened US-China tensions have increased the risk of an accidental nuclear exchange between the two superpowers — and whether or not the Northern Territory’s Pine Gap surveillance base is playing a role in hyping this up needs to be looked at
ALICE Springs Town Council will appoint an elected member to be the new deputy mayor at a meeting on Tuesday, with councillor Jacinta Price the frontrunner for the position.
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