With the busy work week done and dusted comes more time to relax with a coffee and catch up on some of the stories you may have missed in the Katherine Times this week - click on the picture to read the full story.
Awards for local police who bravely charged into burning house
When four police officers arrived to a Katherine house engulfed in black smoke, they didn't think twice before charging in to save a life.
The well-prepared bushwalker who vanished without trace
Alex Rosenberg arrived at the popular Edith Falls campground on the tail end of last year's dry season.
Then he vanished.
Budget shock - cash from CBD upgrade to help fix hot springs
Katherine Town Council wants to take $1.5 million away from the town's CBD upgrade to help fix the hot springs.
'Underlying bubble of hostility' cut as school-based police settle in their role
It has been more than six months since police officers crept back into Katherine's schools.
Controversy remains over likely frack rescue
Many people still question whether an on-shore gas industry in the NT will produce the sorts of jobs needed to rescue the local economy.
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