Article – The End of the Nation-State?

12 October 2013 Parag Khanna New York Times SINGAPORE — EVERY five years, the United States National Intelligence Council, which advises the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, publishes a report forecasting […]

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Article – Rail network could link northern Australia

30 October 2013 Neda Vanovac The West Australian Scepticism about the future of northern Australia is the enemy, the Northern Territory’s deputy chief minister says, calling on Defence to play a part […]

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Article – Labor quietly bins Rudd troppo tax

30 October 2013 Andrew Probyn The West Australian Canned: The ALP has quietly binned Kevin Rudd’s tax plan.Picture: Getty Images Former prime minister Kevin Rudd’s so-called “troppo tax” has been quietly consigned […]

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Article – Huge growth is full of risk

30 October 2013 Neda Vanovac Northern Territory News/Sunday Territorian TERRITORIANS may not want the development the Government is pushing for. The NT has been experiencing an economic boom with large oil and […]

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Article – Our door to Asia only half open

25 October 2013 Amos Aikman The Australian Darwin Port Corporation CEO Terry O’Connor says Darwin services a vast area across the Top End and needs to expand. Picture: Amos Aikman. Source: TheAustralian IT is […]

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Article – Warren Entsch says Prime Minister Tony Abbott supports plan for federal bureaucrats to be moved to northern Australia

28 October 2013 Steven Scott Herald Sun Federal bureaucrats could soon be enjoying the Cairns Esplanade Lagoon on their day off, with plans mooted to move some departments to the tropical north. Source: News […]

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Article – NT opposition reshuffles shadow cabinet

23 October 2013 The Australian THE Northern Territory’s Labor opposition has announced changes to its shadow cabinet, but continues to resist rumours of shaky leadership. “Now is the right time for Labor […]

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Paper – Regenerate Australia

22 October 2013 Future Directions International Summary Australia faces major challenges with some resultant opportunities in the decades ahead. A major challenge is that our soils and bio-systems are in a constant […]

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Article – NT can help power Asian boom

22 October 2013 Ben Smee NT News Chief Minister Adam Giles with Japan State Minister of Economy Trade and Industry Midori Matsushima. Picture: KATSUMI KASAHARA The Japan Australia Joint Business Conference in […]

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Article – Northern Territory leader Adam Giles pitches indigenous workforce to Asian businesses

21 October 2013 Amos Aikman The Australian Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles says bringing economic activity to the bush is vital. Picture: Amos Aikman Source: The Australian NORTHERN Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles […]

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