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Comment on Kids enemy No 1 in law & order debate – or the main victims? by Janet Brown.

@conncernedalice resident you displayed well your lack of knowledge of our town. Small business do not feed on the suffering of indigenous people that is solely owned by aboriginal companies and offices. No one wants to lose their healthy incomes so there is no desire to fix and problems or issues. No it is always about those ensuring the denigration of a race of people to either make the payroll greater. Real facts mate not interstate BS.

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Kids enemy No 1 in law & order debate – or the main victims?
Melanie I am at a loss how people like yourself get off on the pain and suffering of ours. What are you saying that you support the people on the street breaking into homes, damaging property and causing injury pain and suffering and injury to others. And if you bothered to read you would have read my idea for a web site to assist not only police but victims of crime. Taking and removing unnecessary trauma from their lives. So tell us all where do you stand – with decency or against it.


Kids enemy No 1 in law & order debate – or the main victims?
And people like you support the destruction of our town.


Kids enemy No 1 in law & order debate – or the main victims?
We are now victims of the angry juvenile child / children who delight in causing deliberate damage to someone else’s personal property.
Our car was parked at the rear of council whilst Steve was at council meeting Monday night and when Steve came out after the meeting to find the right hand rear of our car kicked in. Very severe damage. A youth curfew would have ensured our vehicle along with many other vehicles damaged by this and similar groups of angry youth would never had happened.
Please if you have had your vehicle damaged please add to this article. No use reporting to police. Between work and personal time we do not have hours to spare making reports. Here is an idea how about a police web site that people like us can log this type of report and confirm a time to met with a police officer to view the damage.
We can afford insurance, most cannot. This damage is frustrating and inconvenient. To others it is devastating to their living standards and lifestyles. Time for youth curfew to be discussed again. And consider the victims first and little concern to the perpetrators of such damage.
Time for protection for the people of the town from these children who have no respect for anyone not even themselves.


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Surprising conservative on council: Jacinta Price
The issue of the feminist voice is that it groups together to attack any woman who dares to stand alone and not join their pack of the pathetic victimhood clan. Those who are prepared to throw men under the bus to obtain superiority. At the same time they take the same approach to any woman who defies their rules. Stand strong Jacinta. Victim cards cannot be found in your purse.


Ballooning electricity costs: NT could make a difference
The elitist are always so far from empathy it is amazing that they can bring themselves to notice the people suffering or find $1 for the organisations helping the poor. Hey True But?
Your remarks are display a complete lack of empathy for anyone struggling with power prices. Your comments also display a “I am okay, not worried about anyone else” tone.
I do worry about elderly paying so much on power that they cannot afford eat.
I do worry about the families who are paying so much for power that food is now a luxury more than a necessity for survival.
Our governments have forced this on the people of Australia by their inability to risk manage solar implementations. What a sad world we live in when the life of ours is so easily dismissed for the belief in a ideology based on propaganda. And greed.


Ballooning electricity costs: NT could make a difference
Rising electricity costs are being ignored by government. Why? Let’s go back.
Before solar. In a clear way let’s say it costs $10m a year to run the power station. Then comes solar. More and more business and households get solar. Then over a few years those with solar are paying either nothing or getting a payment from PAWA.
The facts are the power station still requires $10m to operate.
So for example those with solar have removed $7m from payments to the power company.
That requires those without solar to pay the $10m.
Simple maths based on logic and fact.
Governments are hiding their heads in the sand as they know what they have done.
Blaming the power companies and accusing them of price gauging is a lie.
This is purely the lack of risk management of renewable energy establishment.
I raised my concerns when solar first was starting up only to be called an idiot by the then CEO of PAWA.
The NT Government should be paying the difference for their stuff up. So should every government and mostly the Feds.
There is no mystery about this. It is not a conspiracy. It is purely a lack of risk management failure by government.


No quorum to debate Cr Melky’s youth curfew motion
We require (and have done so for many years) a youth hub that allows for kids to relax and interact that provides food safety and a bed.
When are the powers to be, going to acknowledge this one ingredient always missing from the spending?
Kids need a safe place to sleep. A safe place to relax and feel normal. The very basic needs base as preached in the community services field known as the maslow’s hierarchy of needs.
Boot camps are not the answer. Detention centres are not the answer. And yet no one has asked the right question.
How do we implement positive changes for these kids?
We do that by providing a bed, shelter and food. The basic to human needs. A place that offers opportunities and support.
Education and access to tutoring. Dealing with the behaviour issues is another thing altogether. When this basic need is addressed those with real behaviour issues will be visual and that requires some assistance from those with the skills.


Vinnies in Alice barely surviving
I managed the Red Cross shop in reg Harris lane.
The area manager would turn up, bully the volunteers and attempt to bully me. Which did not go well for her.
She demanded I make sure the volunteers signed contracts for work times. I told her that the volunteers would do what the could. They loved working for the Red Cross.
I put a complaint in to head office re the area manager and she went on stress leave after all the other stores were contacted and all relayed the same story of bullying and threats by this persons.
This same person was abused by customers for her rudeness to them.
After I quit the new manager was promised full time and after 12 months still no permanent position.
Was forced to work 40 hours plus and paid for 30 hours part time rate.
It appears that these not for profit organisations are fronts for people who have achieved middle management positions who have no compassion or empathy.
And have no issue pushing bullying.


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