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Northern Territory, Australia Newswire

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  1. Evil past of the outback killerRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    The family of murdered outback nurse Gayle Woodford leave Port Augusta Magistrates Court after her killer Dudley Davey pleaded guilty. Courtesy: AAP POPULAR outback nurse Gayle Woodford was raped and killed by a predator with a long history of vile attacks on women.

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  2. Sensitivity of soil organic carbon to grazing management in the...Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 21 | CSIRO Publishing

    S. E. Orgill A C , C. M. Waters B , G. Melville B , I. Toole B , Y. Alemseged B and W. Smith B The Rangeland Journal - http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/RJ16020 Submitted: 11 March 2016 Accepted: 19 December 2016 Published online: 21 February 2017 This study compared the effects of grazing management on soil organic carbon stocks in the semi-arid rangelands of New South Wales, Australia. A field survey was conducted at three locations , with paired sites of long-term rotational grazing management and continuously grazed pastures .

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  3. Female cricketers breaking cultural barriersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NEWS.com.au

    Tahnee Sutton and Febi Mansell were part of South Australia's first ever all-female indigenous team to compete in the Imparja Cup. PHOTO: Calum Robertson Mansell not only captained SA's first all-indigenous women's team at the Imparja Cup this month, but led the side to a third-place finish.

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  4. Police operation nets more than $900k in cannabisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NEWS.com.au

    Northern Territory police have seized cannabis worth more than $900,000 following a 14-month operation preventing drugs entering remote communities. The Cross Border Team launched Operation Paloma in November 2015, targeting the sale and supply of cannabis in Alice Springs, Tennant Creek and surrounding communities.

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  5. Riding around Australia | VFR1200F Touring | Part 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | MCNEWS

    With the north Queensland part of the journey complete it was time to point the VFR1200F west towards the Northern Territory. Townsville would be the last city and the last sight of the ocean I would see before Darwin, some 2600km away.

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  6. Travelling Australia in the Caravan of CrazyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | ABC News

    It is an adventure commonly associated with grey nomads - hitching a caravan to the back of the vehicle and setting off on a tour around the country. But more people of much younger ages are also choosing to set off, throwing in the added complication of travelling around Australia with children in tow.

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  7. Magellan Petroleum Corporation (TELL) Given Consensus Rating of "Hold" by BrokeragesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    ... onshore the United Kingdom, and an exploration block, NT/P82, in the Bonaparte Basin, offshore Northern Territory, Australia. Receive News & Ratings for Magellan Petroleum Corporation Daily - Enter your email address below to receive a concise daily ...

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  8. Cricket masters join alumniRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | The Advocate

    A victorious debut at the Alice Springs Masters Games has spurred cricket tragic, Terrence Rattray, to sign-up for the Australian Masters Games in his home state. Victors: The Tassie Pirates cricket team won Masters Games gold in Alice and will compete at the Australian Masters Games in the North-West.

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  9. Pine Gap protesters to be prosecuted after A-G gives go-aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | ABC News

    The federal Attorney-General has approved the prosecution launched against protesters who broke into top-secret military base, Pine Gap. In September last year, six anti-war activists were arrested after they breached the perimeter into the joint US-Australian defence facility outside Alice Springs.

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  10. NT Country Hour 21 Tues FebRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | ABC News

    Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association CEO Tracey Hayes has been appointed to the board for the new Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia. Australia's free trade agreements with north Asian countries have been in the spotlight at special session held for Territory export companies and farmers.

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  11. NT man flown to SA after one-punch attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | The Mercury

    A Territory man was flown to Royal Adelaide Hospital for treatment after he was seriously injured in a one-punch attack. A critically injured Northern Territory man has been flown to Adelaide for brain surgery after a one-punch attack near Alice Springs.

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  12. Australia to vet infrastructure investment for geopolitical risksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | Reuters

    Australia will weigh long-term geopolitical considerations when it vets proposals by foreigners to buy critical infrastructure assets such as power grids and ports, the government said on Tuesday. Foreign investment in Australian infrastructure assets has become an increasingly contentious issue since the 2015 sale of the Port of Darwin to Chinese government-affiliated interests sparked a backlash over the security implications and even a rebuke from U.S. government officials.

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  13. Darwin bombing, 75 years laterRead the original story

    Monday Feb 20 | The Hamilton Spectator

    IT is 75 years since a young Bob Andrew, with his Royal Australian Air Force kit under his arm, arrived in Darwin to serve in the defence of Australia in his role as a radio operator. He didn't have to wait long to be in the thick of the action.

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  14. The Alice Springs Hospital Readmission Prevention Project (ASHRAPP): a randomised control trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 19 | BioMed Central

    Hospitals are frequently faced with high levels of emergency department presentations and demand for inpatient care. An important contributing factor is the subset of patients with complex chronic diseases who have frequent and preventable exacerbations of their chronic diseases.

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  15. NT Aboriginal communities have 'no one position' on 18C changes, inquiry hearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 19 | ABC News

    Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory are not in agreement on whether section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act should be changed, a federal inquiry has heard. The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights was in Darwin on Monday to hear submissions on the potential changes, including to remove the words "insult", "offend" and "humiliate" from the section.

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  16. Cosgrove praises NT Aboriginal WWII heroRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 19 | NEWS.com.au

    The first prisoner of war captured on Australian soil wasn't apprehended by a soldier, but a young Aboriginal man on a remote Northern Territory island. Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove has recognised the efforts of indigenous people in defending the nation when Japanese planes bombed Darwin during WWII.

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  17. Old foes Aust and Japan now strong alliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | The Mercury

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says Australian and Japanese World War II soldiers were "ferocious in combat and then forgiving", and the two nations have since formed a powerful friendship that pays dividends. Sunday marks the 75th anniversary of the Japanese bombing of Darwin - the most destructive attack mounted by a foreign power on Australia.

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  18. Australia marks 75th anniversary of Darwin bombingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Australia marks the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Darwin on Sunday but for generations the country was kept in the dark about the true dimensions of the Japanese attack. At 9.58am on February 19, 1942, just four days after the supposedly impregnable British garrison in Singapore collapsed, Japanese bombers escorted by Zero fighters appeared in the skies above Darwin The first wave attacked the city and harbour infrastructure, and sank 11 ships either at anchor or berthed.

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  19. Midnight Oil selling PAPER tickets for upcoming world tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Daily Mail

    Midnight Oil will only sell PAPER tickets for their upcoming tour - in a bid to stamp out 'low life' scalpers reselling them at exorbitant prices Midnight Oil have unveiled radical plans to stamp out ticket scalping including selling only paper tickets and capping the amount of tickets fans can buy. The plans come just a day after the Australian rockers announced they were reforming to go out on a six month tour.

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  20. 'More savage than Pearl Harbor'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | NEWS.com.au

    ONE of the last surviving World War II veterans to witness the Darwin bombings says the diggers involved never got the recognition they deserved. Tasmanian Brian Winspear can still picture the sun glinting off the bombs like confetti as hell rained down on the city 75 years ago.

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