New music festival for Darwin

Tropical Jam

广东时时彩11选五 www.yya1n.com.cn TROPICAL Jam is Darwin’s newest dry season music festival and it’s bringing an all-star line-up of Territory talent to the Pint Club this weekend

Concert pianist to take to the stage

Acclaimed pianist Roger Woodward will play at the Darwin Entertainment Centre on August 2 2018

AN internationally celebrated pianist is returning to the Top End, as a part of the Darwin Entertainment Centre’s 2018 concert series

Your chance to walk all over us

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SURE to be greeted with the same level of wonder as other civilisation-advancing inventions such as the wheel, fire and the Snuggie blanket with sleeves, the miracle of NT News-branded thongs is finally here

No Limit to extent of thrill rides this year

Royal Darwin Show previews

VIDEOS: There’s more than enough rides to spike your thrill-o-meter at the Royal Darwin Show this year

Trans-HEN-der: Feathers fly as chook turns into rooster

Transgender chicken

A CHOOK which will be exhibited at the Darwin Show — we’ve dubbed her Caitlyn Hen-ner — and lives in Fannie Bay near Dick Ward Drive, seems to be changing into a rooster. No yolk!

Battle of the beers stirs up at Show

Homebrew at show

HOME-BREWERS are causing a froth at the 2018 Royal Darwin Show, with a 60 per cent increase in entries this year

Hero cave dive rescuer trained in the Top End

Australia Salutes Thai Cave Rescuers

HERO anaesthetist and cave diver Dr Richard ‘Harry’ Harris, who played a major role in the incredible rescue of 12 boys and their soccer coach from a Thai cave, received his world-class training in Darwin

Balloon show before Pitch Black takes full flight

PitchBlack visits schools

NEWLY acquired hi-tech electronic attack jets have touched down in Darwin for Exercise Pitch Black

Juvenile detainees run rampant on rooftops

Don Dale

UPDATE: Four juvenile detainees climbed on to the roof of the Don Dale Detention Centre in Darwin on Tuesday afternoon, wielding torn-off piping and refusing instructions to come down

Alleged drug dealer arrested at golf course

Close-up of cuffed criminal hands

TWO police officers making the most of their day off with a round of golf have nabbed an alleged drug dealer at the club’s beer garden

Tennant grog curbs to remain long term

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull poses for a photograph with a parrot as he arrives at Tennant Creek airport, in the Northern Territory, Sunday, July 22, 2018. Malcolm Turnbull's visit to the region marks the first Prime Ministerial visit since Malcolm Fraser in 1982, and is in response to the child protection crisis in the town. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) NO ARCHIVING

‘TEMPORARY’ alcohol restrictions limiting grog purchases to three hours a day as well as capping the amount of alcohol that can be bought are likely to remain in force in Tennant Creek for the long term

‘Tropical shift’ could mean fewer cyclones

Cyclone Clean Up

SEVERE storms like Tropical Cyclone Marcus, which tore through Darwin in March, may be becoming fewer in frequency in the region’s oceans

Mining may help fix troubled town’s problems

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull visits the Battery Hill mining museum with tradition owner Ronald Plummer (right), at Tennant Creek, in the Northern Territory, Monday, July 23, 2018. Malcolm Turnbull's visit to the region marks the first Prime Ministerial visit since Malcolm Fraser in 1982, and is in response to child protection concerns in the town. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) NO ARCHIVING

TENNANT CREEK could be turned into a mining and manufacturing hub, capitalising on the onshore gas industry, as part of a regional deal being discussed between Federal, Territory and local governments and the town’s cultural authority

Thousands left unidentified in grave oversight

An example of a grave, with flowers on top, at Barunga cemetery. The physical dimensions of graves are one of many aspects that have been documented for the community’s records. PICTURE: Dylan Benedetto. Photos published courtesy of Traditional Owners and Custodians.

IT’s a government oversight that has likely left thousands of Aboriginal Territorians in unmarked and unrecorded graves

Darwin freezes through coldest night this Dry

Senior couple, too cold to get out of bed, miserable, in inadequate housing, unable to afford heating. They are wrapped in blankets, wearing hats, scarves, gloves and winter coats.

DARWIN has suffered through its coldest night so far this Dry season, with 15.3C recorded at the Darwin Airport on Sunday night

Public housing shortages ‘biggest issue’: Turnbull

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull meets local kids as he rides along in a Julalikari Youth Night Patrol convoy, at Tennant Creek, in the Northern Territory, Sunday, July 22, 2018. Malcolm Turnbull's visit to the region marks the first Prime Ministerial visit since Malcolm Fraser in 1982, and is in response to the child protection crisis in the town. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) NO ARCHIVING

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has highlighted public housing shortages as the biggest issue in Tennant Creek which is in the midst of a child protection crisis after the rape of a two-year-old girl

Beer Can Regatta as popular as ever

Darwin Beer Can Regatta

THE 2018 Darwin Lions Beer Can Regatta was as popular as ever yesterday, with hundreds of people swarming to Mindil Beach

Tourist camper van fireball

Supplied Editorial A caravan is engulfed in flames at Cahills Crossing

A CAMPER VAN rented by European tourists has erupted in a fireball at a popular tourist destination

Turnbull pledges his promise of better life

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull meets with a local Indigenous dance troupe after arriving at Tennant Creek airport, in the Northern Territory, Sunday, July 22, 2018. Malcolm Turnbull's visit to the region marks the first Prime Ministerial visit since Malcolm Fraser in 1982, and is in response to the child protection crisis in the town. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) NO ARCHIVING

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has hit the streets of Tennant Creek for a first-hand look at some of the social issues that have plagued the troubled Territory town

Long road to recovery

A GoFundMe campaign has been set up to get Brandon Male a prosthesis following a motorcycle crash in July 2018 that left the 20-year-old with serious injuries.

20-year-old who was left fighting for life after horrific motorcycle crash now fundraising for prosthetic limb

New Darwin heart for genuine indigenous art

Provenance Arts

A NEW cultural hub opening in Darwin today is combating the scourge of fake indigenous art in Australia and offering authentic experiences for locals and visitors alike

Classy affair at Derby Day at Fannie Bay

Derby day

CLASS and elegance were the words of the day at the 2018 Derby Day at Fannie Bay

PM to see community’s good and bad today

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is seen making an address at the Queensland Media Club at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre in Brisbane, Wednesday, July 11, 2018. (AAP Image/Glenn Hunt) NO ARCHIVING

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he will take the opportunity to have a good close look around Tennant Creek and see first hand the good and the bad during his two-day visit to the town starting today .

The lost graves of the First Australians

An example of a grave, with flowers on top, at Barunga cemetery. The physical dimensions of graves are one of many aspects that have been documented for the community’s records. PICTURE: Dylan Benedetto. Photos published courtesy of Traditional Owners and Custodians.

THE child-sized casket of Jasmine Willika’s little sister lies somewhere in the Barunga cemetery. Her family doesn’t know where she is — and they are not alone

Another two fatalities

The roof of a police patrol car at night, with the blue and red lights flashing.

TWO people are dead and another is in hospital after another horrific night on Territory roads

Car drives into hospital

Alice Springs Hospital

A WOMAN has been charged after she allegedly ran her car into the Alice Springs Hospital

Alice ‘in box seat’ for $20m Qantas academy

ESCAPE:  ALICE SPRINGS, 2 MARCH 2018 – Qantas’ newest Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, which features a unique Indigenous livery, touched down in Alice Springs today. Picture: James Morgan/Qantas 
Yam Deaming by Emily Kame Kngwarreye

CHIEF Minister Michael Gunner believes Alice Springs is in the box seat to be the home of the $20 million Qantas Pilot Academy

Inquest set for Mt Bundey soldier death

Jason Challis. Source: Facebook

AN INQUEST will be held into the death of Private Jason Challis during a live fire exercise at the Mt Bundey Training Area in 2017

Police investigate woman’s suspicious death

GENERIC IMAGE: Generic police tape / crime scene image to use with cop stories.

NORTHERN Territory Police are investigating the suspicious death of a woman last night

TIme to put the NT back into Qantas

ALICE SPRINGS, 2 MARCH 2018 – Qantas’ newest Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, which features a unique Indigenous livery, touched down in Alice Springs today. Picture: James Morgan/Qantas

IT is time to put the NT back into Qantas. This is the key message to be delivered to Qantas officials in Alice Springs today, assessing the town’s suitability to host the proposed $20 million pilot training base

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