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  • n. Plural form of Territorian.


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  • The Man-in-Charge smiled openly as he poured out the tea, proving thereby his kinship with all other Territorians; and as the train came to a standstill, swung off and slipped some letters into a box nailed to an old tree-trunk.

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  • Darwin of necessity (Palmerston, by the way, on the map, but Darwin to Territorians).

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  • He said he was concerned power outages and store closures might prevent him and the other Territorians who use the Basics Card, under the federal government's welfare income quarantining scheme, from withdrawing money, purchasing waterproof clothing and food, as well as other essential items. | Top Stories

  • The revelation kicked off a war of words, with NT Environment Minister Karl Hampton yesterday calling on the beverage industry to "accept the wishes of Territorians" and drop opposition to the scheme. | Top Stories

  • Snake plague strikes Northern Territory EXPERTS are urging Northern Territorians to be wary of snakes around their homes after reports of bites jumped in the Top End. | Top Stories

  • Northern Territorians honoured today as part of the Queen's Birthday Honours List.

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  • "Territorians should tomorrow consider looking beyond what has been a grubby, unseemly local election campaign and vote for whom they want to be prime minister," it said.

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  • As part of Working Future the Henderson Government is also delivering the single biggest investment in the Territorys history to improve services in the bush and make a real change to the lives of Indigenous Territorians. - Business News

  • Most Territorians believe the nuclear waste dump proposed for Muckaty Station, near Tennant

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  • There are about 35,000 Territorians who have not enrolled.

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