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.
Little time left to catch sunset cocktails
There is little time left to catch a sunset cocktail at the Pop Rocket Cafe before the build-up really kicks in. Read on.
Drilling has started at the Beetaloo
The first well, since the Northern Territory's Chief Minister lifted a three year moratorium on onshore gas exploration, has been drilled in the Beetaloo Basin. Read on.
The pub campaign with a heart-felt plea
From collecting crocodile eggs to dangling from choppers and staring on TV, Matt Wright has tackled many heart-stopping feats.
Now he has a heart-felt plea to Australians to dig deep for drought-stricken farmers. Read on.
Rheumatic heart disease continues to take lives
A new report shows rates of rheumatic heart disease among First Australians remain high despite dedicated work from health professionals at the frontline. Read on.
Dialysis patients forced onto housing waiting list
In Katherine, a town with one of the highest rates of kidney disease in the world, dialysis patients are being forced onto a six-year waiting list for housing as they relocate for treatment. Read on.
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