Dear Erwin, Unfortunately I don’t reside in Alice anymore but hope …

Comment on Murdoch’s Centralian Advocate probes Alice Springs News Online – and engages in selective quoting by Philip Selman.

Dear Erwin,
Unfortunately I don’t reside in Alice anymore but hope to return in the future. However even though I’m 3000 klms away your publication always keeps me well informed with your without fear or favour reporting and more so, your papers’ comment section where the readers can also immediately comment on the reports.
I used to buy and read the Centralian Advocate when I lived in Alice but now I can’t, why? Because they have no online presence. Maybe what the Centralian Advocate really want is your advice and inside knowledge on how to get their paper on line as successfully as yours, and this is just their awkward way of getting your attention.
Regards, Phil Selman.

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