Bob Gosford September 13, 2017
How much does the NT government holding in security bonds from mining companies? The companies don't want you to know -- but a tiny band of determined activists have brought the information to light.
Luke Buckmaster September 8, 2017 4 Comments
Dan Box excels in this commendable documentary from The Australian.
Crikey August 30, 2017 6 Comments
Knowing the indigenous names for the land we occupy is not about learning history, it is a step towards rehabilitating our national character, writes Chips Mackinolty.
Bob Gosford August 28, 2017
The old, foreboding curse "may you live in interesting times" doesn't apply to Michael Gunner's leadership. The real test of the NT government will be what forward-thinking policy they can implement during this period of stability.
Bob Gosford August 18, 2017
When TFS, now Quintis, received major project status from the Country Liberal Party many were sceptical. But now the new Gunner government has decided to continue backing the company, we have to ask whether any of this stands up to scrutiny.
Crikey August 10, 2017 2 Comments
Is the Northern Territory Labor government wavering in its commitment to ban fracking? Rod Campbell, research director at The Australia Institute, travels up north to find out.
Bob Gosford August 9, 2017
The Indigenous Employment Provisional Sum might, unsurprisingly, turn out to be subject to widespread fraud.
Crikey July 21, 2017 1 Comment
Raelene Webb QC reflects on the legal history of native title in the 11th Michael Kirby lecture.
Crikey July 14, 2017 1 Comment
Even the Territory's judges have vented their frustrations at mandatory sentencing laws, writes Russell Goldflam, president of the Criminal Lawyers Association of the Northern Territory (CLANT).
Bob Gosford June 19, 2017 17 Comments
The judge seemed uninterested in the “extremely difficult set of circumstances” the boy was facing.