Mex Cooper A massive blackout has, in effect, shut down Darwin, leaving the entire city without power.
Anne Tarasov Andrew Booth will be more than 44,000 kilometres away when his five-year-old daughter, Maddie, walks through the school gates for the first time next week.
Neda Vanovac A man who burnt his friend alive for drinking his beers was a different person and in shock after the attack, a Darwin court has heard.
Hundreds gathered in Darwin on Sunday as 39 futuristic rolled through the city.
It’s the tale of three little pigs, and it’s kept Darwin enthralled.
Three people are dead including two young children in what Darwin police believe is a murder suicide.
The quiet Darwin suburb of Leanyer is in shock after a father killed his two young children before taking his own life.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested in Darwin over the bashing of Irishman David Keohane two years ago.
An all female road crew are working the roads around Darwin and the end results have been a marked reduction in road rage and abuse from drivers forced to stop or slow down by the crew.
Ellen Wescott-Dawson Darwin and other parts of Northern Australia have just had their coldest May on record.
Tim Lester NATIONAL BUREAU CHIEF THE Gillard government will build a 1500-bed immigration detention centre near Darwin to ease pressure on the over-burdened Christmas Island centre.
Heavy winds knock over trees and power lines as Darwin residents are warned conditions will continue into the weekend.
Lindsay Murdoch in Darwin Five asylum seekers were injured and 11 others arrested after violence erupted for a third day at Darwin Airport Lodge, where hundreds of immigration detainees are being held.
Michael Inman AUSTRALIANS will pause for a moment's silence today as the nation remembers the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Darwin.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has described the bombing of Darwin during World War II as Australia’s Pearl Harbour and says more Australians must learn about the attack.
Xavier La Canna The bombing of Darwin by Japanese aircraft 70 years ago was Australia's darkest day, Prime Minister Julia Gillard says.
United States President Barack Obama has accepted Prime Minister Julia Gillard's invitation to visit Darwin as part of his State Visit to Australia next month.
Dylan Welch Confusion after Chinese group lands in Darwin, demanding to travel on to New Zealand.
Tom Allard INDONESIA'S military commander fears his nation could be drawn into disputes in the South China Sea when 2500 US Marines are deployed for training near Darwin.
Phillip Coorey US Marines and warplanes operating in the Northern Territory, and warships and submarines using a West Australian naval base, will constitute a permanently increased military presence in Australia...