The Northern Standard
The Northern Standard, also known by the uniform title Northern standard (Darwin, N.T.), was a newspaper published in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, from 1920 or 1921 to 1955. The paper was published by the North Australian Workers' Union from 1928 to 1955.
The Northern Territory of Australia Government Gazette (1873-present) was published in at least four different Northern Territory newspapers, which are still available online through Trove. They were:
- Northern Territory Times and Gazette (1873-1883; 1890-1927)
- The North Australian (1883-1889)
- The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette (1889–1890)
- The Northern Standard (1929-1942)
- (Commonwealth Gazette (1942-1946) - included with the Federal Government's)
- Trades, Northern Territory; Council, Labor (1988). The Northern standard. Darwin : Northern Territory Trades and Labor Council.
- "State Library of Western Australia Online Catalogue/All Locations". Government of Western Australia, Department of Health, WA Health Libraries Network. OCLC 214978346. Retrieved 28 December 2010.
- North Australian Workers' Union; Australian Workers' Union. Darwin Branch (1921), The Northern standard, Australian Workers Union (Darwin Branch)
- "Government Gazettes: Northern Territory". National Library of Australia. Retrieved 22 December 2015.
- Northern Territory (1873). Government gazette. Darwin.
- Pratt, Edna; Mayo, Beattie; Genealogical Society of the Northern Territory (2002), Index to the "Northern Standard", Genealogical Society of the Northern Territory, retrieved 22 November 2011,
except for the period 6 February 1942 to 31 May 1946 (the War Period).
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