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Topic: NT Coroner Greg Cavanagh
Dog management and control policies in the NT are a dogs breakfast…

Dog management and control policies in the NT are a dogs breakfast…

“As long as you have female dogs breeding at one end of town while you are desexing at the other end - it is like painting the Sydney Harbour Bridge - you cannot finish it until you desex 85 per cent of the local population,” she said. “That is the tipping point that you need to reach before you can effectively control population growth.”

Eating the hands that feed them – feral dogs in the NT – Part One

Eating the hands that feed them – feral dogs in the NT – Part One

“There was not one part of [Hardy’s] body that was not bitten” and “...not an ounce of flesh from his knee to his hip on one leg...the deceased had lost part of his scrotum."

The NT Police and the “tragic and unnecessary” death of Bob Plasto

The NT Police and the “tragic and unnecessary” death of Bob Plasto

NT Police officer Acting Sergeant Brad Fox had been charged with aggravated assault in relation to an incident at the Royal Darwin Hospital in December 2007 that ended with the death of film-maker Bob Plasto.