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Beards a cause hit, by a long whisker
DARWINITE  Lucas Zwikielberg loves his beard but this festive season he’s got even more reason to be proud of his prominent facial hair.(image) (image)

Cat queen seeks a fresh domain
More than 150 animals are waiting for their forever homes this holiday season. As a part of our Twelve Strays of Christmas feature, the NT News is profiling the cuddly residents of the Darwin RSPCA Shelter.(image) (image)

Grog thief stays out of jail
A  TENNANT CREEK woman was given a 28-month jail ­sentence for robbing a long-time family friend of $160 worth of alcohol.(image) (image)

Council jumped the gun on CEO
INDEPENDENT MLA Gerry Wood has slammed the Territory Government for its handling of the appointment of the new Palmerston Council chief executive, labelling it “undemocratic”.(image) (image)

Garbage on the nose in bin day muck-ups
A GARBAGE bin bungle has left stench of discarded food, rotting away in the brutal heat of the Top End’s Build-Up, wafting down some Darwin streets.(image) (image)

Jetstar’s fares to Bali take off
JETSTAR prices for flights to and from Bali have jumped by as much as 570 per cent in the wake of AirAsia’s announcement it would be cancelling its services on the route.(image) (image)

Rebels bikie sidekick awaits sentence
REBELS bikie hanger-on Nick Wise is likely to know by Christmas how long he will spend behind bars for his role in an October 2016 home invasion and machete and axe attack.(image) (image)

Croc captured in driveway
A CROCODILE that was enjoying itself near the driveway of a Bees Creek property is now under the care of one of the Territory’s croc farms.(image) (image)

Overseas trip costs kept quiet as school fees increase
PRIVATE school lobbyists have refused to detail how much they spent on overseas junkets this year despite voting to start the 2018 school year by going to parents to help fix a financial hole in their budget.(image) (image)

Blokes to women ratio starting to even up in NT
If you’re a bloke and finding it hard to get a date, there’s good reason for your loveless woes.(image) (image)