I wonder if they have been talking to Mparntwe-arenye people? …

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I wonder if they have been talking to Mparntwe-arenye people?

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Flood report a trickle, not a banker
I’m not a hydrologist but it seems pretty obvious when you drive over the Heavitree causeway that the river is several feet lower on the south side.
The causeway is in effect a dam that is causing a buildup of soil on the north side and making the river shallower.
If the causeway was lowered would not the sand move through and deepen the river in The Gap and allow more water through quicker, thus lowering the risk of flooding?


Ballooning electricity costs: NT could make a difference
As someone who has been welfare dependent in the past and well aware of the possibility of being there again it made good sense to invest in cheaper energy when I found myself in the position where I could afford it.
I got a loan and bought an affordable power system. It is a modern power system, it’s efficient, and will last a long time.
It’s the future that I’m looking towards, unlike the previous government who insisted on investing in expensive and archaic technology.
I export power to the grid and am paid accordingly. I also help pay for the infrastructure that supports that.
As a counsellor I guess you could be called a public servant, so I assume your first sentence you were talking about yourself, it seems to tally with posts you have made here in the past.


Ballooning electricity costs: NT could make a difference
I think the CEO may have been right. But yes, the government was also foolish to invest so much in archaic technology, given that it is completely obvious to everyone that renewable energy is the future.
Almost everyone, everyone except for those like counsellor Brown and his friends in the old CLP government [accept that].
Meanwhile I have my own private power plant, I paid for it and the government buys power of me at a very reasonable price. Do you have a problem with private enterprise?


Stealth party to mark 50 years of Pine Gap
I imagine that not too many custodians with a close connection to culture and country would be welcoming anyone who then refuses to allow access or let them know what they are doing there.


Senior Arrernte men take a stand: time to do something about young people causing trouble on their country
There is an Arrernte organisation in town owned and run by elders that has been working for many years to build pride and respect amongst the Arrernte community. “Doing the cultural stuff” working to make families stronger and safer. Trying to build jobs, provide pathways for children etc etc etc but no funding from the territory and a drip feed from the feds, just enough to keep the doors open but not enough to be as effective as it could be.


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