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28.03.2011

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More than 200 people have gathered in Alice Springs to express their concern about crime and anti-social behaviour on the town's streets. The group Action for Alice is pushing for a youth curfew to be imposed, and for more punitive measures to be taken against drunks in the town. The Prime Minister is expected to visit Alice Springs within a fortnight, and the Territory parliament is sitting there today. Source: abc.net.au

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