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HEADS of Territory government departments have been ordered to have their plans on how to tackle the Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission’s report on Chief Minister Michael Gunner’s desk by February.
Maverick senator Pauline Hanson has an answer to what she calls the “tick and flick” approach to a critical national issue.
Queensland’s Christmas crush is worse than usual, with shops extra packed and products flying off shelves – and it’s due to one factor.
Cloe Read & Tahni Turpin
Qantas was born in Queensland, now the State Government is pulling out all the stops to bring the icon – and thousands of jobs – home.
The recession is over and what Queenslanders splashed out their money on after being let out from the original COVID-lockdown – and what we cut back on – has been revealed.
She was the longest-serving board member at one of Australia’s biggest retail conglomerates before leaving with hardly a peep.
About 40 per cent of Australia’s annual prawn consumption occurs over Christmas.
Investment bank’s call comes as the price of the industrial metal hits a fresh seven-year high on the London Metal Exchange.
THE Darwin Waterfront is charging an entry fee for its historically free New Year’s Eve event this year to accommodate its ‘biggest line-up ever’ and to facilitate COVID-19 precautions.
With its lease about to expire, the clock is ticking for Yelo after a proposed development at the site was knocked back again — but the building owner says it’s the only way to ‘save’ the Trigg cafe.
Shoppers have just days left to make their festive purchases online — or risk not receiving them by Christmas. Here are the key cut-off dates you need to know.
The giant Nasdaq exchange in the US has proposed new listing rules that will force company boards to represent ‘under-represented’ minorities and LGBTQ people.
WA’s Agriculture Minister has slammed the Federal Government for dropping the ball over biosecurity, putting the State’s farmers at risk of losing important export markets.
Premier Mark McGowan has called on the business community to help defuse tensions between Australia and Beijing, saying WA ‘cannot discount’ China’s economic importance to the State.
Aspiring sulphate of potash producer to raise additional capital as part of its $US138m debt agreement to fund Lake Way project near Wiluna.
Britain has become the first country in the world to approve the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for use and says that it will be rolled out from early next week.
SOME of the NT’s top tourist destinations will feature on the Today Show this week as weather host Tim Davies shows viewers around the Territory as part of Tourism Australia and Tourism NT’s Holiday Here This Year campaign.
Sixty businesses collapsed in November as pressure builds on companies to stay afloat after government help is removed.
ASX-listed explorer, Impact Minerals, has returned high-grade, near-surface platinum group elements and base metals drill results from the Plat Central prospect at its Broken Hill project in NSW.
THE final Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission report confirms the NT needs to be hungry for new investment to make the most of the minerals sector’s potential to support growth, jobs and economic development, the Minerals Council of Australia has said.
GARY SHIPWAY, BUSINESS EDITOR
Native Mineral Resources has landed the Arcoona gold project in the Eastern Goldfields of WA, which is just 4km to the west of the million-ounce Carosue Dam gold mine and is targeting intrusion-related gold mineralisation across the prospective terrane.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has labelled the deteriorating trade relationship with China as ‘serious’ but says it will not derail Australia’s economic recovery.
A stepping stone from Elizabeth Quay, the property was snapped up for the multi-million price tag.
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