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Last Build Date: Mon, 22 May 2017 21:30:02 +0000

 



Spirit of giving thrives in generous Territory
TERRITORIANS who choose to donate to charity are among the country’s most generous, and the amount they give is increasing.(image) (image)



Tablets a recipe for great news
FOR most parents, there’s nothing better than a little peace and quiet while the kids entertain themselves.(image) (image)



Territory hospitals deal with 12 per cent patient increase
THE number of people leaving the care of Northern Territory hospitals increased more than 12 per cent in 2015/16 — well above the national rate.(image) (image)



Nicole’s latest treasure a gift to behold
TREASURER and Deputy Chief Minister Nicole Manison, and her husband Scott McNeill, welcomed the birth of their baby daughter Monday morning.(image) (image)



Power restored after widespread blackout
POWER has been restored to about 9000 homes in Greater Darwin after a widespread outage.(image) (image)



IKEA confirms online shopping for NT
TERRITORIANS will soon be shopping at IKEA, with the Swedish furnishings giant launching its online click and collect service in the NT from June 6.(image) (image)



‘Tough questions need to be asked’
TERRITORIANS need to start asking “politically charged” questions — including whether governments should develop policies encouraging disadvantaged families to have fewer children — to break the cycle of kids being taken from their parents, according to a university professor.(image) (image)



Man caught fishing in Cahills
A VIDEO has surfaced of a man dicing with death at Cahills Crossing for the sake of a good fishing spot.(image) (image)



Tablet offer is music to Jeremy’s ears
BEFORE Jeremy Snowdon-James moved up to Darwin from Alice Springs, he wasn’t a regular reader of southern newspapers.(image) (image)



Raining cats and dogs
DARWIN was raining cats and dogs with owners of all walks life being treated to a morning with their furry best friends.(image) (image)