Monthly Archives: April 2009
Regional Mayors react with anger to “grapevine” decision to axe four regional courts in South Australia Coober Pedy, Ceduna, Kadina and Naracoorte have been targetted as likely candidates to lose their vital court systems as South Australia struggles to recover … Continue reading
Following a competitive sale process over recent months, OZ Minerals today announces the sale of its Martabe gold and silver project in North Sumatra, Indonesia, to China Sci-Tech Holdings Limited (“CST”) for US$211 million in cash.
Public hearings and meetings –Wednesday 29 April 2009 On its third day of hearings in Central Australia, the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs will visit the small communities of Amata and Kaltjiti in … Continue reading
1000 people have died and more than 1300 people have been wounded. The Sri Lankan Army spokesperson arrogantly calls this genocidal attack on the Tamil civilians as ‘the world’s biggest hostage rescue.”
Four major South Australian regional towns are to have court services slashed as part of the Rann Government cuts to services in the lead up to the May 2009 budget. Information given to the SA Liberal Party reveals that legal … Continue reading
Dear Editor, Outback Airlines is Alice Springs leading air charter company with a fleet of six aircraft. We operate half-day and full-day sightseeing tours to West MacDonnells and Uluru landing at iconic and environmentally sensitive places such as Palm Valley … Continue reading
Is Tibby Quall tackling a system, set up to fail for the Bloodline Owners of their own Land? Is it economic progress before people, at the expense of a successful ancient civilisation? On Tuesday, the Darwin University Environment Collective (DUEC) held a Public Meeting … Continue reading
Questions Without Answers The celebration of an historic Native Title sign off ended in grief for the Coulthard family in the ancient Flinders Ranges, historically the home of the Adnyamathanha people. At approximately 5.50 pm on 1 April 2009 a … Continue reading
by Mark Bell Pre-season training is nearly over for the Coober Pedy Saints as they ventured down to Roxby Downs for a Lightning Carnival on Sunday 5th April.