Alcohol restrictions aren’t stopping the youth at night. If we …

Comment on What the open letter didn’t say by Old Maate.

Alcohol restrictions aren’t stopping the youth at night. If we know the cause of the problem why aren’t we addressing the issue.
I think this letter is the only thing they can do (apart from addressing the issues).
They aren’t fooling anyone but, the story was based on facts and I’m sure 99% of locals they would agree with it.
I wish it wasn’t so but it is and not talking about it isn’t going to fix it.
The first warning to give people who visit is … don’t walk around at night, and especially not down the mall or Gap Road. Sad.

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Help from fracking campaigner, or manipulating students?
It seems obvious that this group were used to push additional protesting at the same time.
I would be interested in knowing how many of these people / kids practice what they preach and do things at their own homes to limit their effect on the climate?
When they go home turn the split system on, fire up their computer games, iPads and munch on lollies with plastic wrappers lying around.
Good on them for protesting their beliefs. I only hope they were their beliefs and not those of others.


No juvenile prison in your back yard: Dale Wakefield
Just put some razor wire around the town. It is a prison.


$65m for children at risk case management system
All this money and nothing will change until what needs to be done is done.
Kids are not going to grow strong or healthy without role models and sadly these kids in question don’t have one.
So the answer is get them good role models, any way possible.


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The Commonwealth should be helping by offering tax incentives for people who live in the NT. It is not a large population so they wouldn’t be risk much money offering something.


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If only there were unemployed people around who could perform handyman duties (or be training in them) as required, with Housing picking up the tab.
Or just keep it as normal and pay $1000 every time there is a leaking tap for a tradie to drive out there and fix it.
Sometimes simple suggestions are the best.


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