CHIEF Minister Michael Gunner has refused to back down from comments he made about the Northern Territory’s coronavirus border controls
MADURA MCCORMACK, Political Reporter
THE Northern Territory Electoral Commission (NTEC) is investigating “personal and offensive” social media posts directed at a prominent CLP candidate
A picnic remains one of the best ways to enjoy local produce while marvelling over some of Perth’s best views.
WE’RE on the hunt for the BEST cafe in Alice Springs. Here are the finalists, as voted by the readers, and now it’s time to crown a winner, baby! VOTE for the BEST CAFE in ALICE SPRINGS
JASMINE BURKE, centralianadvocate.com.au
Warmed up small sedan to headline range with 150kW turbo petrol engine.
HUNDREDS of Territorians sent photos of their children camping, playing and enjoying the most exciting time of their childhood. Here are the TOP THREE Territory tots living their best lives
Find out how to make this simple winter warmer
RITA QUAYLE, RITA SOPHIA NATURAL & NOURISHING, ALBANY
The first all-new version in nearly a decade takes a huge leap for the ute sector — on paper at least.
New small SUV packs in top-end standard gear when it arrives next month.
The pandemic is crashing across the Australian economy, creating ripple effects for everyone’s finances. Here’s what it means for your hip pocket.
Anthony Keane and Sophie Elsworth
Fremantle’s The Raw Kitchen has been reborn with a new fit-out, menu and direction freshly plucked from the garden.
ALICE Springs family whose twin boys were born premature in Brisbane are now ready to leave the hospital after 84 days care and journey home.
This Cottesloe cafe is an institution for a reason but exactly what is a son-in-law egg and why should you order one?
The number of Australian working mums has doubled since the 1980s but it appears to be childcare — not dads — that is helping women break through the glass ceiling.
UP to 80,000 Territorians are expected to be out and about on next week’s super Saturday
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A MAJORITY of Territorians who voted in a snap poll are at odds with the position of all three major parties over the reinstatement of open speed limits on the Stuart Highway
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We live in a society that is most at ease with boxing people in but a growing number of young people are challenging gender stereotypes.
Brand new cooking show Plate of Origin has revealed the first two teams to face off in the kitchen — with two best mates out to prove Australian cuisine can ‘stand-up against the heavyweights’.
The new Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows workers in the State continue to be the hardest hit in the country when it comes to pay packets.
Danielle Le Messurier
The power suit – a favourite of the Duchess of Sussex and Hailey Bieber – is trending even in the isolation era with a twist. This is how you can dress to impress on video calls.
FANNIE Bay candidate Tracey Hayes has taken a swipe at the national retail workers’ union after it criticised one of her political advertisements
AN Alice Springs hairdresser came in a close third in the search for the Territory’s favourite hairdresser. Here she shares why she loves her job
Its autonomous cars will adjust how they drive so you can read and work on the go.
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