In my opinion the NT Government’s Independent Enquiry into Hydraulic …

Comment on Fracking probe head rejects suggestion advisors may be compromised by Braedon Earley.

In my opinion the NT Government’s Independent Enquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing has been compromised and is no longer independent.
It is also my opinion that the findings of the enquiry can no longer be relied upon by the community as and independent report without prejudice or biased.
The administrator will be informed of my opinion, I strongly advise others to write to the Administrator of the Northern Territory and express their concerns on the failure of this government to obtain independent advice in an independent enquiry which affects every Territorian.
This Government has failed to deliver on its election promise and is acting outside the interests of its constituents. It is not fit to govern.

Recent Comments by Braedon Earley

Anzac Oval will be site for gallery: Gunner
It would appear that the efforts of some to form another political party and obtain the status of opposition has failed.
There goes at the same time the financial incentives (sought by some) to start the party as well.
It would also appear that point scoring by an independent elected member, claiming the high ground, on the back of the work by others, “the un-wielding mighty four Alice Springs councillors” is also the order of the day for the current sittings of the Legislative Assembly.
Alice Springs is not attracting positive media about the hard working community members or its efforts to stand against a dictatorial NT Labor Government when it comes to protecting its community icons like ANZAC Oval.
It would appear from the outside looking in, that the township is poorly represented at the moment on all fronts and only exacerbated by the negative press both nationally and internationally.
I believe Alice Springs could be represented by people who genuinely have the community as their first and only priority.
Better represented in the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly and better represented in Federal Politics.
In my opinion, the current status quo is not working in the best interest if Alice Springs.


Coles Aboriginal employment promotion hits the spot
Well done Coles, well done Martin Taylor.


Council shoots Anzac precinct gallery down in flames
Well done all.


Changes to non-pastoral use will stifle development
Well, the CEO of the NTCA is pro fracking and couldn’t have given two hoots about the rights of Territorians and anti-frackers when he was with the NT News.
No credibility when it comes to drawing sympathy from us now, Ashley, when it comes to the rights of others.


Scullion and Price charged for PM’s reception
Caught in the act, some one should resign, sorry is not good enough.


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