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Dear New Matilda, it isn’t always about race …

There is more than a little that requires unpacking here, including whether the racial identity of either the offender Matthew Alexander or the victim is of any relevance? For mine they aren’t, except if you want to turn this into a black-white thing, which is never was. It was a horrible accident.

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37 – the only number that matters at the Yuendumu Sports Weekend

The Yuendumu Sports Committee had a plan. “All of the teams from across central Australia that come for the Yuendumu Sports agreed that we would do what we could to show our support and respect for Adam Goodes and every Aboriginal sportsman and woman across the country. This is an important thing for us and our kids. We can’t let that business happen without standing up.”

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Is the wealth of the North a myth?

Xavier Herbert on the North: “The blunny place is always either a desert or a lake,” wrote the Australian author in his novel Capricornia. “Rabbits’ve got more sense than them blowbags that write in the Southern papers.”

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Brandis’ new NT judge and the continuing trials of Labor MLA Delia Lawrie

Once the cat—the failed claim for legal professional privilege of documents that Lawrie’s legal team should have known would fundamentally undermine their case once provided to the respondents—was out of the bag then the preferable option would—or should—have been to “save the furniture” and their client’s costs.

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Joe Hockey was right – Adam Giles’ push for NT Statehood is a joke

NT Chief Minister Adam Giles may be looking for a new career in stand-up comedy with his latest “Statehood” routine. Joe Hockey was laughing like a drain and I nearly drove into one. Here is why …

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One year more! Environmental Defenders Office (NT) lives to fight on for another year.

“This is a sensational result for the many Territorians who value our near pristine environment; it is a great result for access to justice; and it’s a great result for people who value government and industry accountability,” said David Morris, the EDO’s Principal Lawyer.

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Abbott’s white paper for the black tropics: Boon or boondoggle?

“Developing North Australia” is, somewhat surprisingly, a curate’s–or perhaps in this case a failed seminarian’s–egg. Good in parts and in small measure. But as Longfellow said, “When she was good, She was very, very good, And when she was bad she was horrid.”

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Robyn Lambley on the ‘politics of hate, discord and lies’ – the ‘dark, unpleasant, amoral cabal’ that rules the NT

Robyn Lambley on NT Chief Minister Adam Giles: ‘This is the Chief Minister whose modus operandi is to eliminate, execute, annihilate and assassinate – and of course has no use for the truth.’

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Water rights in never-never land: Tina Macfarlane denies report Stylo Station sold for $4m

A report of the sale of a large freehold cattle station in the NT to the country’s largest grower of sandalwood is denied by the station owners but questions remain over the future of the station’s controversial water allocation.

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Art, law and environment: saving the NT EDO, one artwork at a time.

NT EDO principal lawyer David Morris on local support for the auction: “It’s been an incredible outpouring. Particularly, I’m astounded at the response by places where we haven’t worked that have heard about this and have said, we want to support this because there’s a real potential that our community might need this service in the future.”

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