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City in the Northern Territory, Australia

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Darwin, Northern Territory: City in the Northern Territory, Australia
Darwin is the capital city of the Northern Territory of Australia, situated on the Timor Sea. It is the largest city in the sparsely populated Northern Territory, with a population of 148,564. It is the smallest, wettest and most northerly of the Australian capital cities, and acts as the Top End's regional centre.

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Cruise disembarks passengers at Darwin despite ban

Passengers disembarked the Silver Spirit after docking at the Port of Darwin on Wednesday.
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Labor Senator Malarndirri McCarthy and Shadow Minister for the NDIS Bill Shorten are speaking about disability community concerns about COVID-19 in Darwin.
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Coronavirus-hit cruise ship evacuees allowed to leave quarantine near Darwin

The Australians who were evacuated from the cruise ship Diamond Princess have flown home after spending 14 days in isolation at a camp near Darwin.
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Cruise ship evacuees exit quarantine in NT

The Australians who were evacuated from the cruise ship Diamond Princess have flown home after spending 14 days in isolation at a camp near Darwin.
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Remaining Diamond Princess evacuees heading home after completing 14-day isolation near Darwin

The remaining Diamond Princess cruise ship coronavirus evacuees are heading home after spending 14 days in isolation near Darwin.
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Darwin by-election proving litmus test for Gunner government, NT opposition

A by-election in Darwin could have major consequences for Labor Chief Minister Michael Gunner and the Country Liberal's opposition status.
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Darwin by-election could hurt Gunner, Libs

A by-election in Darwin could have major consequences for Labor Chief Minister Michael Gunner and the Country Liberal's opposition status.
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Accused Darwin shooter left with no lawyer due to a dispute over money with NT Legal Aid

Accused Darwin shooter Ben Hoffmann has no lawyer and has been left to represent himself due to a dispute over money with NT Legal Aid.
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Accused Darwin shooter has no lawyer

Accused Darwin shooter Ben Hoffmann has no lawyer and has been left to represent himself due to a dispute over money with NT Legal Aid.
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One Mile Dam: Inside the Aboriginal community fighting to survive

Residents of an Aboriginal camp in Darwin, set up as a safe haven for the Indigenous community, fear they will be pushed out to make way for development.
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Australian Diamond Princess evacuees confirmed to have coronavirus rises to six

Six Australians evacuated to Darwin from the Diamond Princess cruise ship have now tested positive for the coronavirus.
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Two cruise ship passengers test positive for coronavirus, placed in isolation in Darwin

More than 620 of the 3700 people on board the Diamond Princess cruise ship have been infected with the virus.
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Australians from coronavirus-hit cruise ship arrive in Darwin ahead of 14 day quarantine

An evacuation flight for nearly 200 Australians stuck on a coronavirus-hit cruise ship in Japan has landed in Darwin.
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Melbourne family on coronavirus-hit cruise forced to miss evacuation after test result

A Melbourne family was packing their bags to fly to Darwin after two weeks trapped on a coronavirus-hit cruise ship when their daughter tested positive for the virus, forcing them to stay in Japan.
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Australians leave coronavirus-hit cruise ship in Japan, prepare for isolation near Darwin

The evacuation flight for nearly 200 Australians stuck on a coronavirus-hit cruise ship in Japan is en-route to Darwin.
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Australian passengers prepare to leave coronavirus-hit cruise ship off Japan, but some choose to stay behind

After more than two weeks stuck on a coronavirus-hit ship in Japan, about 200 Australians are set to be evacuated to Darwin for another 14 days of isolation.
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Fifteen Australians to stay on coronavirus-hit ship off Japan

After more than two weeks stuck on a coronavirus-hit ship in Japan, about 200 Australians are set to be evacuated to Darwin for another 14 days of isolation.
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Aussies on virus-hit ship prepare to leave

After more than two weeks stuck on a coronavirus-hit ship in Japan, about 200 Australians are set to be evacuated to Darwin for another 14 days of isolation.
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Qantas jet ready to evacuate Australians from quarantined cruise ship in Japan

Evacuees from the Diamond Princess Cruise ship will be quarantined for 14 days in Darwin upon return, amid concerns some passengers could be carrying the coronavirus.
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'I just need a sleep': Cheers and relief as second coronavirus evacuation flight lands in Darwin

A flight with 266 evacuees from the coronavirus epicentre in China has touched down in Darwin.
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Coronavirus evacuation flight from Wuhan touches down in Darwin

A flight with 266 evacuees from the coronavirus epicentre in China has touched down in Darwin.
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Flight with 266 evacuees from Wuhan has touched down in Darwin

A flight with 266 evacuees from Wuhan in China has touched down in Darwin.
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Qantas flight from Wuhan with evacuees lands in Darwin

A second flight aimed at evacuating the Australian citizens and permanent residents from Wuhan in China has landed in Darwin.
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Second coronavirus evacuation flight delayed as quarantine preparations begin in Darwin

The second evacuation flight from Wuhan to Australia has been delayed after their flight failed to receive official clearance to land in Wuhan.
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Preparations begin in Darwin as second coronavirus evacuation flight delayed

The second evacuation flight from Wuhan to Australia has been delayed after their flight failed to receive official clearance to land in Wuhan.
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'We have not received official clearance': Preparations begin in Darwin as second flight from Wuhan delayed

The next coronavirus evacuees from Wuhan to Australia have reportedly been delayed after their flight reportedly failed to receive official clearance to land in Wuhan.
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Wuhan evacuees on second Australian flight to be quarantined in NT mining camp

Evacuees on a second Australian flight out of Wuhan will be quarantined at a Darwin mining camp.
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Murder trial 'part of our healing': Kumanjayi Walker's family to learn court location

The grieving family and friends of an Aboriginal man who died after being shot by a Northern Territory police officer have pleaded to keep court proceedings in Alice Springs, rather than 1,400km away..
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Wanted man tries to flee Darwin on yacht

A man wanted on charges in both NSW and the Northern Territory has been caught by authorities allegedly trying to flee the country on a yacht.
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Aboriginal community opposes moving murder trial of NT police officer

The Alice Springs Magistrates Court will on Thursday consider an application from defence lawyers to move the trial from Alice Springs to Darwin.
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Psychiatric report coming for accused Darwin mass shooter ahead of trial

The man accused of a mass shooting in Darwin in which four men were killed has faced court again in Darwin ahead of a likely trial next year.
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A mass shooting shaped the AFP's new top cop - but can he deliver?

Two unrelated events of June 4, one in wintry Canberra and the other in dry-season Darwin, could converge to define new AFP chief Reece Kershaw's career.
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Dutch racing team in pole position for annual World Solar Challenge

A new Dutch team has taken pole position for Sunday's start of the World Solar Challenge from Darwin to Adelaide.
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Dutch take pole in solar challenge

A new Dutch team has taken pole position for Sunday's start of the World Solar Challenge from Darwin to Adelaide.
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Out-of-control bushfires threaten dozens of properties south of Darwin

Out-of-control bushfires have prompted the highest level of alert for residents in Humpty Doo and Milne in the Northern Territory.
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'Much-loved' jockey Melanie Tyndall dies in Darwin race fall

A second female jockey has died in as many days after a fall during a race in Darwin, with tributes flowing in for the "much-loved" athlete.
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Tamil family land in Darwin after last-minute injunction blocks deportation

A Melbourne judge has granted a last-minute interim injunction to stop a family of four Tamil asylum seekers from being deported to Sri Lanka.
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Djambawa Marawili wins Indigenous art prize

Northern Territory artist Djambawa Marawili has won the top prize at the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards in Darwin.
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Government rejects federal MP's call to buy back Darwin port from Chinese leaseholder

The deputy chair of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade has called for Australia to buy back control of Darwin's port.
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Australia rules out US missiles in Darwin

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has scotched the prospect of US ground-based missiles being stationed in Darwin.
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Labor MP wants Darwin port in Aussie hands

The deputy chair of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade has called for Australia to take back control of Darwin's port.
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No formal request for US missiles: Govt

Australia has not received a formal request from the United States to station ground-based missiles in Darwin or other parts of northern Australia.
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More strong quakes off Western Australia's north coast

More strong earthquakes have struck off Western Australia's north coast after Sunday's magnitude 6.6, which was felt from Darwin to Perth.
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This Aboriginal elder was separated from her family due to a lack of health services

Mildred Numamurdirdi is the only Aboriginal person who is giving direct evidence at the aged care Royal Commission's five-day hearings in Darwin.
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Australia neglects elders despite wealth

Aboriginal Elder Mildred Numamurdirdi is forced to live in Darwin, 800km from her home and family in Numbulwar, because of a lack of aged care services.
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