or two flies by before a Barkly News Pictorial hits the streets. It'd
be tempting to blame the economy but really that has nothing to do with
In the end the magazine came together well with some help from Melanie
There are lots of changes happening in the Barkly. Both the CLP and Labor
now have new candidates itching to get to Darwin to bring relief to the
region. Let's hope that whoever wins that aim is fulfilled.
There are lots of ideas about for revitalising Tennant and we'll bring
you the facts as they take shape. The dam might get a 'theme walk' but
there are quite a few residents with doubts about that one.
Another interesting idea is a 'tax-free development zone' to tie in with
the railway - and of course the long-awaited train is itself a story with
very widely spaced installments.
For the culture vultures the visit and performance by OzOpera was hard
to beat. The Barber of Seville was a hit with nearly everyone who went.
So, enough of the waffle, turn the page and get into it ...