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'Very dangerous': Cyclone Veronica to bring 4m storm surge to northern WA

'Very dangerous': Cyclone Veronica to bring 4m storm surge to northern WA

Category 3 system set to cause destructive winds for 12 hours or more while Cyclone Trevor brings floods to NTThe threat to the Northern Territory from Cyclone Trevor was predicted to shift from
Greens blast decision to extend cashless welfare card to all in NT

Greens blast decision to extend cashless welfare card to all in NT

Coalition move could lift the proportion of recipients’ welfare that is quarantined from 50% to 80%The Greens have blasted the Coalition’s decision to extend the cashless welfare card to every person
Authorities at odds over claim Adelaide Oval staff told not to admit Aboriginal people

Authorities at odds over claim Adelaide Oval staff told not to admit Aboriginal people

Instructions not to sell tickets were reportedly received before last year’s Naidoc Week AFL game Box office staff at the Adelaide Oval were reportedly directed to stop selling tickets to Aboriginal
Australian budget 2019: Labor grills Coalition over 'con job' budget – as it happened

Australian budget 2019: Labor grills Coalition over 'con job' budget – as it happened

The federal budget is done and the (unofficial) election campaign begins. This blog has now closedLabor homes in on Coalition’s budget tax offer for lower income workersSenate censures Fraser Anning
Don Dale: law council demands federal government shut down youth detention centre

Don Dale: law council demands federal government shut down youth detention centre

Law Council of Australia says NT government has known for 18 months that facility isn’t fit for children or adultsThe Law Council of Australia says the federal government must step in to close the Don
Labor's support for 'carbon disaster' in Betaloo basin condemned

Labor's support for 'carbon disaster' in Betaloo basin condemned

Lock the Gate says fracking in Northern Territory basin would be the equivalent of 50 new coal-fired power stations Labor’s support for unlocking the gas supply from the Northern Territory’s Beetaloo
'It could change everything': coin found off northern Australia may be from pre-1400 Africa

'It could change everything': coin found off northern Australia may be from pre-1400 Africa

Experts believe they may have found a Kilwa coin that could change what we know about the history of global tradeIt’s Anzac Day and the usually busy I-Med radiology clinic in Darwin is shiny and
Darwin shooting: four people dead as police reveal suspect was on parole

Darwin shooting: four people dead as police reveal suspect was on parole

Northern Territory police say alleged gunman was ‘well known’ to them and was wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet at the timeAt least four men are dead and a woman is injured after a suspected
Witnesses describe panic and carnage in Darwin during hour-long shooting rampage

Witnesses describe panic and carnage in Darwin during hour-long shooting rampage

First reports of a man firing shots came at motel just outside the city centre about 5.50pmWitnesses of a shooting in Darwin that left four people dead and a woman injured have described scenes of
Darwin shooting: Northern Territory police order parole review after rampage

Darwin shooting: Northern Territory police order parole review after rampage

Police say alleged gunman, who was on parole and wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet, may have been looking for someone The Northern Territory chief minister has announced a review of every
Family and friends mourn as first victim of Darwin mass shooting named

Family and friends mourn as first victim of Darwin mass shooting named

PhD student and taxi driver Hassan Baydoun was shot while taking a meal break in apparently random attackDetails of the victims of a mass shooting in Darwin have been revealed as Northern Territory
Darwin shooting: police called about behaviour of alleged killer before shootings

Darwin shooting: police called about behaviour of alleged killer before shootings

Police say alleged gunman came to their attention twice in hours before attackThe 45-year-old man suspected of carrying out the Darwin shooting came to the attention of the police twice on Tuesday,
Darwin shooting: man charged with four counts of murder

Darwin shooting: man charged with four counts of murder

Four men died and a woman was injured in this week’s shooting rampage in DarwinNorthern Territory police have charged the man suspected of a shooting rampage in Darwin with four counts of murder.Four
Darwin earthquake: city centre evacuated after 7.2 magnitude tremor

Darwin earthquake: city centre evacuated after 7.2 magnitude tremor

Bureau of Meteorology says no tsunami threat from quake, which occurred at a depth of 200km in the Banda Sea, north of AustraliaDarwin residents have reported buildings swaying and parts of the city
Australian Court Rules Media Orgs Are Liable for Defamation Posted to Facebook by Random Users

Australian Court Rules Media Orgs Are Liable for Defamation Posted to Facebook by Random Users

An Australian Court has ruled that media organizations are liable for anything defamatory that’s published to the public Facebook pages of those media companies, even if it’s just posted by a random
Indigenous fishing deal finally reached after bitter battle with NT government

Indigenous fishing deal finally reached after bitter battle with NT government

High court ruled in 2008 that Blue Mud Bay traditional owners had exclusive access rights to waters on Aboriginal landMore than 10 years on from the high court decision on Blue Mud Bay – which gave
NT argues using spit hoods on Don Dale detainees 'justified' despite banning them

NT argues using spit hoods on Don Dale detainees 'justified' despite banning them

Government continues to defend civil claims from former inmates by arguing restraint of minors ‘reasonable’The Northern Territory government is still fighting civil claims from Don Dale detainees by
Tens of thousands of Indigenous Australians may be eligible for stolen wages class action

Tens of thousands of Indigenous Australians may be eligible for stolen wages class action

Queensland has agreed to settle claim on behalf of 10,000 Indigenous workers whose wages were handed to the state between 1939 to 1972Tens of thousands of Indigenous Australians could be eligible to
Tourists are rushing to climb Uluru before ban takes effect

Tourists are rushing to climb Uluru before ban takes effect

Crowds of tourists are scaling the world heritage-listed site against the wishes of the traditional ownersTourists are travelling to Uluru to climb the rock, against the wishes of the traditional
'Just a matter of when': the $20bn plan to power Singapore with Australian solar

'Just a matter of when': the $20bn plan to power Singapore with Australian solar

Ambitious export plan could generate billions and make Australia the centre of low-cost energy in a future zero-carbon worldThe desert outside Tennant Creek, deep in the Northern Territory, is not the