In the face of ongoing budgetary woes, the NT's debt will grow to $6.2 billion in 2019-20 — the equivalent of $33,000 for every man, woman and child — as the Labor Government wrestles with an ailing economy and shrinking population.
Labor says it will ban the live export of sheep, but when it comes to trading live cattle, the major political parties have been trying to outdo each other in their support for the industry. Ahead of the election, we find out their policy positions, and see what the industry and animal welfare groups have to say.
Through "the biggest changes since self-government", the NT Government releases its plan to get out of crippling debt using a range of new fees and cuts to existing programs.
Hundreds of Jacana Energy customers in the Northern Territory post on social media calling for an explanation over their sky-high wet season power bills.
Business owners next to the proposed site of a new youth detention centre at Pinelands say the NT Government has disregarded their concerns, skipping through a consultation process and not listening to potential impacts to their businesses.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced his plan to ease restrictions on kava imports during his recent trip to Vanuatu — but Yolngu elders are saying the move could have grave impacts on remote Australia.
The NT Labor Government is blaming its budget freefall on a decline in GST revenue and the natural economic lull after its LNG project boom, but does that explanation actually hold up?
The Northern Territory Government is handing out almost $74,000 of taxpayers' money to hotel chain Hilton, in the hopes service upgrades will attract more tourists.
The ACCC steps in to address the issue of companies making and selling fake Aboriginal art, saying the lack of authenticity is causing the wider industry to be "impacted negatively".
The Northern Territory's Department of Environment seeks "approval" from gas giant Inpex before it publicly releases any of its independent reports, documents, or allows their scientists to be interviewed by the media, the ABC has learned.