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The Northern Territory Country Liberal Party (CLP) is a Northern Territory political party in Australia.
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ENG: The Northern Territory Country Liberal Party (CLP) is a Northern Territory political party affiliated with both the National (formerly "Country") and Liberal parties of Australia. The CLP contests seats for the Coalition in the Northern Territory rather than the Liberal or National parties. The CLP dominated the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly from its establishment in 1974 to 2001, the longest unbroken run in government at the federal, state or territorial level in Australia. However, it lost Government in 2001 and was reduced to four parliamentary members in 2005. At 9 August 2008 Legislative Assembly general election it gained a significant swing, gaining 11 out of the 25 seats. The Country Liberals returned to office following the 2012 Legislative Assembly general ...
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CLP: No ordinary rice crop


Deputy Opposition Leader, Kezia Purick, has welcomed the promising results coming out of a series of rice trials conducted in the Top End recently. “The future development of the Territory’s horticulture and agriculture sectors is closely linked with agricultural research and development,” Ms Purick said. “The recent trials and the positive results from Vietnamese-sourced rice seeds could have very positive long term benefits for the Northern Territory. “The development of a domestic rice industry and the future growth of the Top End as a food bowl depend ...


Former Country Lib calls for Mills' head


A former member of the Country Liberals management committee is calling for Northern Territory Opposition Leader Terry Mills to resign over his actions during the federal election campaign. Steve Brown stood aside from his position on the Country Liberals management committee in the lead up to election day. In an email to the Northern Territory parliamentary wing this week Mr Brown says pre-polling in the seat of Lingiari suggested the party's candidate Leo Abbott was set to provide strong competition to Labor's sitting member Warren Snowdon, before a domestic violence order breach was ...


CLP shake healing hands to cure fix


The Country Liberal party has selected a mediator and dispute resolution expert to run for the seat of Araluen in Alice Springs. Robyn Lambley, also a long-time Centralian businesswoman, will aim to take the place of Jodeen Carney at a forthcoming byelection. The party has been beset by conflict since leader Terry Mills called for Lingiari candidate Leo Abbott to be disendorsed during the federal election campaign. But party bosses refused to ditch Mr Abbott, who had breached a Domestic Violence Order. The turmoil peaked eleven days ago as David Tollner launched an ill-fated ...


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The “Typhoid Mary” of NT politics and the Blain by-election.
How the north was won - Alison Anderson and Matthew Cranitch got the CLP over the line in Blain.
NT Politics. Why the Gang of Three was (almost) right.
"If ever I've met a racist group of people, I've met them in the Country Liberal Party," Alison Anderson, 2014.
Alison Anderson, John Elferink and the second person accusative.
"A point of order, Madam Speaker! She remains in breach. She is using the second person accusative rather than the third person referencing her comments through the Chair."
With the top end of town in the Top End – the CLP’s Foundation 51
Has the NSW disease spread to the big end of town in the Top End? What are the links between the CLP and the secretive Foundation 51?



 
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