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17 NT News Front Covers That Tell The Story Of 2014

The award-winning newspaper consistently delivers punbelievable covers.

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1. In an era of falling newspaper circulation the NT News remains a must-read. Like when they nailed this important public transport story.

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2. They'll cover transport off and on the water. Especially when there is a classic Aussie idiot involved.

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3. It's simply the best tabloid journalism the world has seen. Like when this dog was desexed and it became front page news.

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4. And this other little dog who got fined for not wearing a seatbelt.

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5. The newspaper covers the north of Australia and it really nails the Top End lifestyle.

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6. Like when the Darwin Casino banned thongs and it was completely UN-AUSTRALIAN!!!!

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7. Rugby league player Todd Carney was caught urinating in his own mouth. He was told where to go...

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8. But the best covers always involve the Northern Territory's awesome animals, like when this buffalo walked onto the road.

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9. Or when another went horn-to-tooth with this crocodile.

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10. Then there was the epic duel dubbed "Jaws vs Claws" which basically summed up all of Australia.

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11. The newspaper was all over the scandal surrounding the under-payment in massage parlours.

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12. And came up with this cracker when dugong meat was served at an official function in July.

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13. There was that time a killer snake was captured strangling cane toads... and heck yes it made the front page.

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14. And a man actually was seen drop-kicking a puffer fish back into the ocean. Yes, you heard right: Drop-kicking. A. Puffer. Fish.

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15. To mark the 10th anniversary of The Ghan train, these locals gave it a "21 BUM SALUTE".

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16. And when businessman James Packer got in a punch-up with his best mate, you couldn't help clap this headline.

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17. Thank you NT News. Thank you for bringing the world, all the news that's worthy of print.

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