The Northern Territory news Tue 2 Feb 2021
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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.
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PIES RACISM STORM EXPLODES SPORT TEEN PLEADS GUILTY TO KILLING P9 BUSINESS BOUNCE BACK How COVID-19 has led to an unexpected boom P4-5, 14 Nick and Allison Bitar run Loco Burrito in Alice Springs Tributes for domestic violence advocate CENTRAL Australian Aboriginal elder and domestic violence advocate Jakamarra Nelson died on Sunday night in Yuendumu. Mr Nelson had been an executive member and longterm delegate of the Central Land Council (CLC). He was hailed by CLC chief executive Joe MartinJard as a land rights champion of the first order (who) commanded enormous re spect. He worked as a Warlpiri interpreter during the early land council meetings and represented his community of Yuendumu on the council since 1988, Mr Martin-Jard said. P15: FULL STORY DAN WOOD Sydney COVID-19 hot spots revoked AROUND 30 people touched down in Alice Springs from Sydney on Monday unaware the NT Government opened its border up to NSWs remaining active COVID-19 hot spots while they were flying to Alice Springs. The hot spot was lifted after 14 days without a recording local virus case. The hot spots have been in effect since January 1. Passenger Jasmin Rather who travelled to the Red Centre for a short work stint, said passengers were alerted to the Perth lockdown but not the revoking of the NSW hot spot. P14: FULL STORY JASMINE BURKE Tuesday, February 2, 2021 centralianadvocate.com.au Incl GST$2.00 Country freight 30 cents extra Weve had ENOUGH of the carnage on our roads. Drink Driving. Its time we all said Enoughs Enough.
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