Katrina Lobley SHARPLY falling ticket sales to the national park housing the great stone monolith of Uluru have left tourism operators searching for ways they can put the ''solid'' back into ''solid rock''.
Lucy Battersby A GOLF course near Uluru has been proposed in a bid to get tourists to extend their stay at the Ayers Rock Resort.
Lucy Battersby A golf course near Uluru has been proposed in a bid to get tourists to extend their stay at the Ayers Rock Resort and boost local employment.
Malcolm Brown YULARA, the tourist resort set in central Australia with Uluru and the Olgas in the middle distance, finally became totally Aboriginal-owned this week, completing the process that started 26 years...
Lindsay Murdoch RETURNING Ayers Rock to its Anangu traditional owners 25 years ago was a symbolic moment for indigenous land rights.
Andrew Darby The shaggy tea-trees on Rock Island are still there: exactly the same trees, little changed in a generation.
Tom Arup IT IS early morning on Cape York and Environment Minister Tony Burke is bouncing across the vast Aurukun wetlands in the back of a speedboat.
Dan Harrison The last time so many vehicles converged on Mutitjulu they carried an army of police, soldiers and bureaucrats, the advance party for the Howard government's emergency takeover of indigenous...
Dan Harrison THE last time so many vehicles converged on Mutitjulu, they carried an army of police, soldiers and bureaucrats, the advance party for the Howard government's emergency takeover of indigenous...
Deborah Snow The man who has been the face of progressive online social campaigning in Australia is moving on.
Louise Bellamy A significant Papunya Tula painting missing for more than 10 years has turned up at auction in Melbourne, and its journey - from hanging in a remote Northern Territory health service to yesterday's...
Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton is expected to fly to Darwin for a court decision which may rule that her baby daughter Azaria died from a dingo attack in 1980.
Xavier La Canna Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton has returned to Darwin ahead of a court decision that could end a marathon battle to have a dingo blamed for her baby daughter Azaria's death.
Text of Northern Territory coroner Elizabeth Morris’s findings into the death of Azaria Chamberlain:
A dingo was responsible for the death of Azaria Chamberlain in 1980, a Northern Territory coroner has found.
Malcolm Brown ONLY in Darwin could a banner headline appear, as it did for the NT News on Thursday last week, blaring ''Man Eaters on the Move'' - a reference to the capture of four crocodiles in Darwin Harbour...
Malcolm Brown He has reported on this divisive case since the start and yesterday Malcolm Brown was there for the final twist.
WHILE much of Australia has spent the past three decades arguing over how Azaria Chamberlain died, the Pitjantjatjara people at Uluru were never in doubt.
Malcolm Brown It is now official: Azaria Chamberlain not quite 10 weeks old, was snatched from a bassinet at Ayers Rock on August 17, 1980, killed and probably devoured by a dingo.
'Good on her': Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton hails Wendy Harmer's courage after broadcaster says sorry
Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton says people who have apologised to her for presuming she killed her baby Azaria are "courageous" to admit they were wrong.