A fact from Timber Creek, Northern Territory appeared on Wikipedia's Main Page in the Did you know? column on 18 May 2012 (check views). The text of the entry was as follows: "Did you know
... that Gregory's tree (pictured), near Timber Creek in Australia's Northern Territory, bears inscriptions by 19th-century explorers and is registered as both a heritage place and an Aboriginal sacred site?"
I thank Leptus Froggi for your recent edits, however I argue that the removal of the subheadings makes the article more confusing to read and navigate, for example the climate information now falls under the subheading "Griffiths Decision", and although it is a separate paragraph, this relates to completely different subject matter. I would like a consensus on reverting the edit, as when I originally created this article, I based the subheading structure on consistency with other articles about small towns in the Northern Territory (see Adelaide River, Northern Territory). Furthermore the article was peer reviewed as B class and edited several times for formatting and consistency when featured as a DYK, however I would like to know what other Wikipedians think about this. Dfadden (talk) 07:51, 25 July 2012 (UTC)
I agree with Dfadden that the removal of some headings diminished the quality of the article. I've restored some headings so that the table of contents once again allows readers to navigate the article topics. It would be worthwhile to discuss the article organization -- including whether these headings are the right ones, but dislike for certain headings is not a good reason to put clearly unrelated topics together under one of the remaining headings. --Orlady (talk) 12:16, 25 July 2012 (UTC)