Northern Territory

How a new trial in Northern Territory could improve Australia's appalling suicide figures

Tim Barlass Two years ago Jeff Kennett, flew to the Northern Territory to give a talk about depression.

Crocodile attack fears as boy missing in Northern Territory

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A search is under way for a boy missing from a swimming hole in the Northern Territory amid reports he may have been the victim of a crocodile attack at Kakadu National Park.

Senior military officer in Northern Territory court over child porn

Neda Vanovac Lawyers for a Jakarta-based senior Australian military officer accused of child porn offences say police lied to him and his wife in order to conduct searches without a warrant.

Man dragged away by crocodile in Northern Territory

Anne Tarasov A group of friends were left distraught when they witnessed a 26-year-old man being dragged away by a five metre crocodile while swimming in the Mary River in the Northern Territory.

CLP sweeps to power in Northern Territory

The Country Liberal Party (CLP) has seized power in the Northern Territory, bringing to an end 11 years of Labor rule.

Teenager taken by crocodile in Northern Territory

A 14-year-old boy has been taken by a crocodile while playing in a creek at a remote Northern Territory community.

Mango wars rage as the Northern Territory intervention bears fruit

Lindsay Murdoch The barrels of cash are transforming remote communities.

Cattle Stations of the Northern Territory

Manager of Carlton Hill's Station in the Kimberley Stirling Fearon.

There is great skill in understanding the mechanics of working big numbers of cattle over vast tracts of land.

Abbott declares war on the Islamic State 'death cult'

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Mark Kenny Two hundred elite special forces soldiers could be on the ground in Iraq within days after the Abbott government agreed to a US request to provide planes and 600 personnel to the region as part of a...

ACT has Australia's third highest stillbirth risk

Natasha Boddy and Ben Westcott The ACT has Australia's third highest risk of stillbirths, and congenital abnormalities are the leading cause of death in stillborns in the territory.

Navy sailor charged with manslaughter

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Nick Toscano An Australian navy sailor has been charged with the manslaughter of a 68-year-old man who died after an incident outside a Darwin pub in August.

ACT aged care not ready for the future, with funding at low levels

Ben Westcott ACT aged care experts say Canberra is not prepared for a rapidly ageing population.

Cowley to be pursued over RM Williams company loss

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Rory Callinan and Matthew Cranston Former News Corp Australia chief executive Ken Cowley is to be questioned in court over his role in the collapse of farming company RM Williams Agricultural Holdings, which received nearly $10...

ACCC forces recall of electrical cabling sold nationwide and fitted in 40,000 buildings

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Beau Donelly Defective electrical cabling sold through major hardwares and fitted in 40,000 homes and businesses nationwide has been recalled due to a risk of fire.

Easybeat drummer became hit as bass player

John Tait Tony Cahill, who has died in Sydney aged 72, is best known as the drummer in two of Australia's legendary bands of the 1960s, the Purple Hearts and the Easybeats.

US diplomat denies alliance will drag Australia into war with China

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John Garnaut and Peter Hartcher The US alliance will not drag Australia into war with China, says the top US diplomat for Asia.

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ACCC accuses Bet365 of misleading advertising

The ACCC is cracking down on betting advertising.

Esther Han The ACCC has launched legal action against three Bet365 companies in the Federal Court, accusing them of misleading new customers with false advertising.

Wife hears husband get taken by a crocodile

A crocodile is believed to have taken a fisherman in the Northern Territory.

A 57-year-old fisherman was attacked and killed by a crocodile in front of his wife while they were fishing in the Northern Territory.

When altruistic surrogacy goes wrong

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Tim Barlass Altruistic surrogacy is the only kind permitted in Australia but it doesn't always end with everyone happy.

Tony Albert’s Heroes hit target at indigenous art awards

Tony Albert with 'We Can Be Heroes 2013-14', winner of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award.

Andrew Taylor They are walking targets for bullies, racists and the police.