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NT triple murderer was ‘on rescue mission’

Benjamin Hoffmann believed he was on a rescue mission to free his ex-girlfriend from a pimp holding her hostage when he killed four people, a psychiatrist says. May 27, 2022 A gunman convicted of murdering three people and killing another believed he was on a rescue mission during a shooting spree across Darwin. Benjamin Hoffmann […]

Darwin shaken by Timor-Leste earthquake

Darwin locals have reported office furniture shaking after a magnitude-6.4 earthquake off the coast of Timor-Leste. May 27, 2022 The Northern Territory has been shaken by a tremor after an earthquake off the coast of Timor-Leste. The 6.4-magnitude quake hit at a depth of 65km about 12.06pm ACST on Friday, according to Geoscience Australia. “I was in […]

Sentence hearing proceeds without Hoffmann

Convicted triple murderer Benjamin Hoffmann has refused to leave his prison cell to attend his sentence hearing via an audio visual link to the court in Darwin. May 27, 2022 A gunman convicted of murdering three people in Darwin and killing another during a drug-fuelled rampage has refused to leave his prison cell to attend […]

Triple murderer refuses to attend sentence

Convicted triple murderer Benjamin Hoffmann has refused to leave his prison cell to attend his sentence hearing via an audio visual link to the court in Darwin. May 27, 2022 A gunman convicted of murdering three people in Darwin and killing another during a drug-fuelled rampage has refused to leave his prison cell to attend […]

Renewed hope five years after Uluru penned

Five years after hundreds of Indigenous leaders endorsed the Uluru Statement from the Heart, there is renewed hope constitutional reform will be implemented. May 26, 2022 It has been five years since hundreds of Indigenous leaders from across the country gathered to endorse the Uluru Statement from the Heart. Rejected by the Turnbull government in […]

Kumanjayi inquest to probe cop’s drug use

An inquest into the death of an Indigenous teenager Kumanjayi Walker will examine whether Northern Territory police constable Zachary Rolfe was using drugs. May 26, 2022 An inquest into the death of an Indigenous teenager will examine if the Northern Territory police officer who fatally shot him was using drugs. Kumanjayi Walker, 19, died on November […]

NT murder accused in court, intruder shot

A man accused of the shooting murder of an alleged home intruder in remote Northern Territory has faced court in Darwin. May 25, 2022 A man accused of murder over the fatal shooting of an alleged intruder at a remote Northern Territory home has faced court. Kim Jamie Keith Kellett, 38, is accused of killing […]

Gas fracker’s remote NT access threats

A gas exploration company could employ security guards to ensure it can access a remote Northern Territory cattle station in the Beetaloo Basin. May 25, 2022 A gas exploration company may use security guards to ensure it can access a remote Northern Territory cattle station protected by pastoralists and Indigenous traditional owners. Tamboran Resources subsidiary […]

Used tyres like sunscreen for roads: study

A study has found roads built from a mix of bitumen and used tyres are 50 per cent more UV resistant, slowing ageing and the need for maintenance. May 25, 2022 Rubber from used tyres acts like sunscreen for roads and halves the rate of sun damage when mixed with bitumen, Australian research has found. […]

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