This is the first step an many more to come …

Comment on Zoning approval for White Gums subdivision by Interested.

This is the first step an many more to come so anyone who is against this don’t worry.
Many people will complain, department of planning permission and so forth.
This could take years and lots of money. Just one question Steve, how are you going to access drinking water?
Wish you all the best. It may turn out to be a good idea but each to their own.

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Zoning approval for White Gums subdivision
Could you answer my question. Where are you going to access drinking water. You will more than likely need to access it from Stuart Highway pipe line or through Honeymoon Gap. This will cost a lot of money but good luck to you.


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‘Save Anzac Oval’ motion defeated
Thank you Janet for your comment.
I have never heard you say or write anything positive about the Opposition, I may have missed this so don’t take offence please.
I hate politics, but what I am saying which surely you can notice, is that the same five all support the one party no matter what subject or what is to be the correct decision.
The councillors have always had a majority of CLP voters.
It’s great to have a variety of people now.
Cheers.


‘Save Anzac Oval’ motion defeated
It is interesting that the same CLP voters and councillors vote exactly the same. I am surprised Steve Brown has not responded. I just noticed Janet has commented so no surprise there.
It is really funny that you are proud to support this party. Can’t you remember the results of the last election? You were hopeless. It is always the same 5 counsellors causing the issues. Tell me what has the Mayor done for this town apart from collecting payments for being on boards and attending functions.
Have the guts to vote on what you believe is right not just following a party who is incompetent.
I like your comments Ray you have provided some great examples!!!!!!!
[ED:- We are offering right of reply to the Mayor.]


Pollution? High fliers get it easy.
Hi Erwin
Just to clarify a few things I don’t like the dumping of fuel it is an environmental nightmare.
However in terms of this situation the plane needed to. A plane is filled up plus a bit more for emergency to get to their destination.
This case they had to empty fuel otherwise many lives are at risk. A plane cannot land with that amount of fuel.
I am not 100 percent sure but Alice Springs airstrip maybe shorter than a main or larger airport.
[ED – Jon, please read the report and then comment.]


You can vote No with love: Alice priest
I am getting sick of this. All these Yes people are pushing this crap and sending texts to people’s phones.
As you guess I am a no voter. I don’t have a problem with gay or lesbian people, they can be great people. As for being able to marry as the same as straight couples no way.
If this is the case and it gets accepted I would not ohave married. They should be able to create a new format but not called marriage.
I may sound terrible but that’s HOW I feel and no one should tell me what to do or say.
By the way, a kid 17 years old got knocked out because he said No when a rally was passing through. He was with his family doing nothing wrong and someone came up and asked him his choice and that’s what happens! So much for peace.


Elders appeal to respect sacred sites
All your comments are very interesting! Someone made the point it was left up to the bushfires council?
1. Unfortunately, this is not in their area.
2. Cultural burns in the Todd River are very dangerous unless special techniques are used.
This article mentions tourist and visitors please respect sacred sites? This comes to me as a real surprise.
This week three fires have been ignited in the Todd River and these fires have been lit by members of the public walking through the river.
To my knowledge I don’t think visitors walk through the river. There are many sacred sites that we are not aware of and if we found out some of these I guarantee that some of these red gums which have been burnt are sacred.
To use visitors as a cause is a total cop out and highly offensive.
I once lived in the Alice and coming back to visit I see the same issue occurring.
Programs need to be implemented in which our local Indigenous can participate in fire management. The young adults need educating from their elders.


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