NT Speaker Kezia Purick delivers a pointed rebuke to the NT Government, labelling its multi-million-dollar underground carpark project at Parliament House "unsatisfactory" and "poorly executed". Now, she wants to see "proper plans" before work on the project continues.
Federal cabinet documents kept secret for 20 years reveal a radical legislative proposal to acquire Aboriginal land to ensure the construction of the 1,400 kilometre rail line from the Red Centre to Darwin.
Standing in a pile of rubble, Faith Gordon is still coming to terms with seeing her house destroyed by fire. She vows to rebuild in the bush, with her next house hopefully built to survive a bushfire if it happens again.
The number of known silicosis cases in Australia is rapidly climbing, with the spike being driven by a trend towards engineered stone benchtops. One expert says the silica in them is significantly more toxic than asbestos.
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