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  1. Review / Authentic play of fun and deep feelingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Canberra City News

    It builds on the tradition of indigenous theatre that is, in the words of its director, "one of only a few ways to speak our stories on to the public record and communicate with a wider community." It's a story of two older women, which in itself is unusual.

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  2. Army bomb squad detonates World War II shell dropped by Japan on...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Army bomb squad detonates World War II shell dropped by Japan on Darwin more than 70 years ago after road workers accidentally dig it up The shell, dropped by the Japanese during one of 60 air raids more than 70 years ago, was found on Thursday during roadwork to extend Tiger Brennan Drive in Bayview, just three kilometres from Darwin's bustling CBD, according to ABC News . The war relic is the second of its kind to be found at that location after a motorist discovered a bomb crater in 2010 at the side of the same road.

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  3. Sub hunting choppers hit DarwinRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northern Territory News

    HMAS Perth Commanding Officer Captain Ivan Ingham and Lieutenant Commander Warren Oates stand in front of a MH60R Seahawk helicopter AN Australian naval ship carrying one of the Australian Defence Force's new submarine-hunting helicopters has arrived in Darwin for Exercise Talisman Sabre. HMAS Perth arrived in Darwin on Thursday night with a MH-60R Seahawk helicopter in preparation for Australia's biggest combined military exercise.

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  4. Pint call on reserves for Tahs matchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northern Territory News

    Richie Hodgson congratulates his batting partner Tim Garner for scoring a century for PINT at the District Cricket Grand Final against the Waratahs at Marrara PINT will go into battle with Waratahs on Saturday with a vastly different side to the one that beat Tracy Village in Round 8. Currently sitting second on the ladder, the Greens go into the match against the fourth-placed Tahs at Marrara with no less than five changes. Skipper Tim Garner said they had seven from their main squad of Premier Grade players still out, giving a number of B-graders a chance at the top level.

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  5. Southerners invade speedwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northern Territory News

    NT's Tom Britton with SA's Daniel Evans and WA's Mitchell Wormall ahead of this weekend's NT Wingless Sprint championships. Picture: Damien McCartney IT WILL be a southern invasion of sorts this weekend at Northline Speedway for the Winnellie Hotel NT Wingless Sprint Championships.

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  6. Sharks blast NRLNTRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Northern Territory News

    MACKILLOP Sharks coach Eddie Motlop has put a cracker up the clacker of the NRL Northern Territory, accusing the organisation of unfair match scheduling and running a shambolic competition. Motlop says he is disappointed his Sharks are forced to play a 2:15pm game for the third time this season when they line up against the Nightcliff Dragons on Saturday.

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  7. NT Country Hour Friday 3 July 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    Nathan Coates opens the program from the Alice Springs Show and talks chooks and horticulture, plus we meet young William Weir who's won a swag of ribbons.

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  8. WWII bomb unearthed by road construction crew near DarwinRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    A team working on the extension of Tiger Brennan Drive at Bayview, about three kilometres east of the CBD, found the unexploded shell during work on Thursday afternoon. Duty Superintendent Bob Harrison said police were called in, and they in turn called for an Army bomb disposal unit.

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  9. A pooch's best friendRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northern Territory News

    AN aged care worker who leaves home for work hours early almost every day so she can search for injured animals on the side of the road and rescue them, has been recognised for her selfless work. Jacky Scott of Alice Springs, who works full time as a carer in an aged care facility - has earned a Pride of Australia nomination in the environment category for her volunteer work as a wildlife rescuer and carer.

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  10. From yoga to a murder chargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northern Territory News

    ON his personal website, self-described "couch surfer" Cy Walsh outlines a seemingly idyllic lifestyle that he is willing to share with other international travellers. "My parents and me share the space, the spare bedroom is ready to go with inflatable mattress," he wrote on couchsurfing.com.

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  11. "Great concerns" for reprisal attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northern Territory News

    FABIAN Brock's accused murderer sprayed "about 30" shots across the Top End around the time the young father died, Darwin Magistrates Court has heard. More details have emerged about the chain of events that led to Mr Brock's death on June 13, after a man appeared in court accused of seeking revenge for his mate's murder.

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  12. Darwin fake nurse faces more chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northern Territory News

    A DARWIN man accused of spending six weeks pretending to be a nurse at a remote Cape York hospital will be slapped with several new charges when he returns to court this month. A court has heard detectives investigating alleged fraudster Nicholas Crawford have indicated the 30-year-old will face a string of additional charges at his next Cairns Magistrates Court appearance.

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  13. Hipster street food to get mobileRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northern Territory News

    Chef Luke Taylor from Darwin Ocean Fresh at Mindil Markets is looking forward to having more options available for street food vans. Picture: Elise Derwin The Street Food trend that has taken the rest of the hipster capitals by storm and is about to become more accessible in Darwin.

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  14. Bendigo: On the Go | July 3, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bendigo Advertiser

    It is a very cold start to the day in Bendigo with frost covering most of the region. Watch out for ice on the roads if you are driving.

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  15. Cabbie basher hands himself inRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Northern Territory News

    A 20-YEAR-OLD man has been charged in relation to the assault of a taxi driver early last Saturday morning at North Lakes in Darwin's northern suburbs. The man handed himself into Police on Thursday afternoon and was charged with assault of a worker, armed with an offensive weapon and fail to pay a taxi fare.

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  16. Canberra mornings: July 3, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sydney Morning Herald

    The residents of Wittenoom Crescent in Stirling shrug their shoulders and smile at the irony of sharing the street name with the Western Australian mining town so contaminated by asbestos it is a no-go zone, closed off and fenced. It has also felt the chill of asbestos contamination , with four houses in the loop street to be demolished in the Mr Fluffy buyback .

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  17. Austal Delivers 7th Cape Class Patrol BoatRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Marine News

    ... the northernmost island of the Wessel Islands group that extends from Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, Australia and into the Arafura Sea. Austal was awarded the Cape Class contract from the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service in ...

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  18. Tough FFA Cup roundRead the original story

    Thursday | Fiji Times

    League heavyweights have been sent to the frontiers of Australian football in the round of 32 draw for the FFA Cup. Holders Adelaide United will head to the Northern Territory to play Darwin Olympic, while A-League champions Melbourne Victory will play Sydney's Balmain Tigers, the lowest ranked team in the knock-out competition.

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  19. Taming the frontierRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Economist

    AUSTRALIANS have long viewed the north of their country the way America once regarded its West: as the last frontier. The region of red deserts and steamy coasts above the Tropic of Capricorn sprawls across the states of Queensland and Western Australia and the Northern Territory , a federal domain .

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  20. Storm encounter injury concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Northern Territory News

    Emily Frawley, pictured shooting for Pints against Northern Districts in Darwin A-grade action, is set to force her way into the Territory Storm team in Perth this weekend. A SPATE of injuries will force a different looking Territory Storm to the court for round three of the Australian Netball League in Perth this weekend.

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