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  1. Rare Machado-Joseph disease sufferers increasing in Northern Territory Aboriginal communities

    Rare Machado-Joseph disease sufferers increasing in Northern Territory Aboriginal communities

    Sufferers of a rare genetic disease are growing in number throughout Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory and advocates are concerned changes to funding will leave them worse off.

  2. Central Australia readies for the royals

    Central Australia readies for the royals

    Residents of the remote Aboriginal community of Mutitjulu will be meeting some of Uluru's most famous visitors when Prince William and Kate come to town.

  3. Royal visit: Prince William and Catherine to get rare glimpse of wet Uluru

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to take in the rare sight of water cascading off Uluru when they visit Central Australia tomorrow.

  4. Man bashed with baseball bat in early morning attack near Darwin Esplanade

    Police are hunting for three men who attacked a man with a baseball bat, leaving him with head injuries and a broken arm.

  5. Man seriously burned after power drill starts fire in boat in Darwin suburb of Nightcliff

    Man seriously burned after power drill starts fire in boat in Darwin suburb of Nightcliff

    A Darwin man is being treated in hospital for severe burns after he accidentally ignited litres of fuel with a spark from a power drill.

  6. Blackout report: Tollner slams Power and Water Corporation for 'slack' work practices

    Blackout report: Tollner slams Power and Water Corporation for 'slack' work practices

    The Power and Water Corporation has admitted last month's electricity blackout across the Top End was partly due to human error.

  7. Another alcohol rally in Alice Springs

    Aboriginal people in Alice Springs have protested for the second time in less than a month against wide-ranging police powers over their alcohol use.

  8. Indonesia wants to reach out: Mills

    The NT's new commissioner to Indonesia isn't worried about the bilateral relationship, saying recent scandals are part of a robust ebb and flow.

  9. Man who bribed prison guard to stand trial

    Phillip Noel Kaye will stand trial on a raft of charges that stem from his alleged role in a drug and corruption ring in a Darwin prison.

  10. Rebel MLAs seek legal advice on NT Chief Minister Adam Giles's comments

    Three Northern Territory politicians have sought legal advice over comments made by Chief Minister Adam Giles and whether they have grounds to complain to the Anti-Discrimination Commission.

  11. Anderson seeking legal advice on Giles

    Independent MP Alison Anderson is seeking legal advice after "insulting" comments made by the chief minister, she says.

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