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Tabled Papers for 14th Assembly 2020 -; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT




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I YOUR VOICE IN THE TERRITORY NT^News Wednesday. February 25,2015 ntnews.com.au YOUNG MUMS' PLEA TO] STOPCUlSjfffer STORY P3; Nopygsigfe. ATRENNERf SPRlSlEteg STORYPI m? ).30%aa!lnd6ST SHEFFIEUD HITS RED? CENTRE^ SPORT v ^ The community^ expects more | from its leaders than getting drunk at topless bars9 Senior CLP pollie takes explosive swipe at own party in Parliament Full story P2 'Bad call' over bananas Petrol gouge exposed AN Atawa man said he was "intimidated and threatened" with police action if tie failed to co-operate with the National Danana Freckle Erailication Program. Ron Harbeck, 74, (pictured right) wrote lo Chief Minister Atl;m Giles expressinv concerns about the profiram, and was then phoned by a government employee mm VI-MTHEOIZ01HA ing him about the consequences of failure to co-operate with the campaign. Mr Harbcck said lie was told refusal to co-operdte with the campaign would lead ultimately to departmental slafT forcing fnlry lu liis Mullen Ganlens home accumpanied by police, if necessary. ^ Full story; P4 Y-> /<l MOTORISTS have been eeltine ripped off at the pump despite eiyoying some of the lowest fuel prices in close to ;idecade. Analysis by the Australian Automobile Association showed the avenige annual relailer prufU maryin htid men 35 per 1 cent since February 2012, from S3<; a litre to 12.3C a litre. In the Temtory, the rise was even sharper until public pressure, a media campaign and low oil prices gave motorists a reprieve from late last year. AANT general manager Edon Bell said margins had risen more than 100 per cent before lasl year's fuel summit, when prices fell dramatically. y Full story: P7 [pressfpffla "'"""'"^"^'.''4,)"<'""