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Watch commander Garry Smith says the 14-year-old girls broke into a car at Katherine, about 300 kilometres south of Darwin, and found the owner's house keys. "They entered the premises, taking the keys to the car, his wallet, which they later threw
That's certainly not the sort of future I want as a Queenslander. "We want to make sure our land and our water is safe for future generations, to keep feeding us and sustaining communities.'' Bob Katter also wants to carve a canal through inland
Emergency services are expecting to remain on high alert for at least the next 24 hours. The Bureau of Meteorology said the storm centre was about 250km southeast of Darwin on Tuesday and moving southeast. Advertisement: Story continues below It was
Australia (AP) — Four people convicted in the beating death of a woman during what they said was an exorcism ritual on a remote Australian island have been sentenced to several years in jail. Sarah Bara was beaten to death with
Western Desert Resources and Sherwin Iron have told the Northern Territory Government they want to pipe ore from proposed mines in the area to Maria Island. Marra elder Samuel Evans says if the mines go ahead the ore should be trucked out of the area,
According to weatherzone.com.au, Darwin's average temperatures were more than two degrees colder than average by night and more than a degree colder than average by day, with overnight minimum's averaging 19.9 degrees, and daytime maximums just under
Aboriginal traditional owners have rejected applications by the West Australian company Groote Resources to explore two islands near Groote Eylandt in the Gulf of Carpentaria for manganese, a key raw material in steel. Tony Wurramarrba, the chairman
Cassowary Coast towns trying to rebuild after Cyclone Yasi have endured flooding rain for more than a week. But Queensland's Bureau of Meteorology says a low responsible for the deluge has weakened and has now moved into the Northern Territory.
Lindsay Murdoch December 16, 2010 David Shrimpton arrives at Bickerton Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria for his Chrismas run. Bickerton Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria are in high spirits following the visit of Dave Shrimpton, the Salvation Army's
Health workers alerted Northern Territory police after the woman was taken to the Alyangula clinic on November 6 suffering head injuries. Police on Monday said her injuries suggested she'd been assaulted and five people have now been charged.