Bob for someone so knowledgeable you really are playing dumb. …

Comment on Indigenous adults must ‘grow up’ so that Indigenous children can depend on them, says Alison Anderson by Janet Brown.

Bob for someone so knowledgeable you really are playing dumb. There is no requirement for royalty payments to be reported. It is up to the federal government to ensure royalty payments are included in means testing to those on welfare payments.

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Indigenous adults must ‘grow up’ so that Indigenous children can depend on them, says Alison Anderson
Bob. Not all still confirms some. So inform us of those you know report their royalty payments to human services when there is no requirement to do so. So you confirm my statement about still being on welfare payments plus royalty payments. So why one rule for one race and other for every other race.


Indigenous adults must ‘grow up’ so that Indigenous children can depend on them, says Alison Anderson
Bob, so tell us all how these traditional owners still collect the dole and live in squalor. Wouldn’t it be something for tradional elders to build their communities and help their people. The one who fails to understand Bob is you. Grow a sense of empathy and understanding or step aside and you will see that aboriginal people are as smart as you and me. They can think for themselves and act. No more monies being bleed from elders for the scavengers in land councils and other entities. It is not complicated Bob. Just let those who receive royalties receive it. Why is that so hard for you to understand. That’s right you don’t think Aboriginal elders can deal with their money, do you Bob?


Indigenous adults must ‘grow up’ so that Indigenous children can depend on them, says Alison Anderson
Now all we need is for the Feds to listen to Alison and stop funding Aboriginal misery. Next step is closing down land councils and all royalties go direct to communities to provide income and hope and get them off welfare. And Centrecorp needs investigation when they own massive properties and businesses and Aboriginal people live in squalor in our town. Even a blind man can see they do nothing for the people of the Territory.


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Anzac Precinct: govt declines to play ball, confusion reigns
Thank goodness for the NT Government finally standing by the project and the work will commence. This too and fro has dragged on for too long. I applaud the minister for her strong stand and commitment to Alice Springs and its future.


National Aboriginal gallery: Town Council’s action clear as mud
This entire talk fest is due to lack of understanding. The oval is not going to be built on. It is going to be enhanced as a public space for events and activities.
The gallery will go on the school site [which is] NT Government land.
The community needs to step up against this protest that continues to promote lies and misinformation to support their negativity, an attack by a few against the best interest of the town.
If this project was to encroach on the oval I would find it necessary to get more info and I may be a no voter.
The community’s voice should be heard by council elected members. Why are they being lead away from facts by negative protests based on deliberate misinformation to support their abuse of community interest?


Four councillors walk out of tonight’s Town Council meeting
A walk out for 10 minutes. That is what a parent demands for a child behaviouing petulantly.
Our elected members have shown their childish side with this behaviour.
Petulant behaviour left only adults in the chamber.
How can we the residents really see any maturity in our current council?


Gallery: Gunner sticks with ANZAC Oval
YD. The ground the old high school sits on is not your oval. The gallery is being built on that land. There is no building on the oval.
I am so concerned for the logic of the protesting few. The oval is not mine or yours.
It is council public property. For everyone.
The school is going and a new building being built. The gallery. Please think about your protest before yell to loudly. The school grounds are not the oval.


Indigenous gallery location done and dusted, says Lambley
I have spoken also to many people and they support Anzac as the location. As stated it is going on the land of the old high school.
A meeting at council and public consultation. It is government land. They do not have to consult with anyone.
When it comes to including the oval for open area then that is a need for MOU. Basic logic. The building is going on the government land. Now let’s all settle down and deal with facts.


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