I would like to asks Dale what is the …

Comment on Street kids: No Protective Custody but Care Orders by Evelyne Roullet.

I would like to asks Dale what is the school’s attendance rates of those children? What levels are they in?
With no education and an attitude of: “I do what I like when I want” I cannot see a bright future in the horizon.
Those children are used as politic gains, when their welfare should have priority.
Quote: “If a police officer saw an eight year old walking around in the street at 2.30am they could make a Child Protection Notification and that would be acted upon by the after hours service.”
Do I read COULD? A young child on the street at night is a neglected child and should automatically put in care, not could be!

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Alice among nine cities on pilot academy shortlist
“The academy management team will visit these nine cities in coming weeks and meet with community leaders, suppliers and airport operators to further evaluate the feasibility of each location.”
Fingers crossed that nobody will object, no bickering and a unified town will welcome the visitors.


Mayor comments on code of conduct, Anzac Oval
@ Chris2: I have no opinion on the subject, because I do not have the facts.
However, I know that if you have to insult or mock someone, you should have the guts to use your name.
If you cannot, zip the lip.


‘You can make fracking better but you can’t do it well’
Pity he did not follow the same pattern for the National Aboriginal Gallery.


Gallery: Gunner sticks with ANZAC Oval
GUNNER: Every consultation we have done shows the CBD location is the preferred location, and that’s the only location that offers a sense of place and has the space to be able to do it.
Why not proving it to us and shut our mouths by have a petition signed, names and address, instead of spending money and time with a cup of coffee? It will be easy then to see once for all where the majority lies.


Gallery: Gunner sticks with ANZAC Oval
The saga of the “gallery” could be played on the Totem theater’s stage in three acts: Drama, farce, and tragedy.
• Drama – any situation or series of events having vivid, emotional, conflicting, or striking interest or results.
• Farce – comedy in which everything is absolutely absurd. This usually involves some kind of deception or miscommunication.
Farces are popular because they develop in a way that seems more or less realistic, despite the fact that the results are highly improbable.
That is, the characters make decisions that seem to make some sense given the circumstances, but at every turn things get more and more ridiculous
• Tragedy traditionally portrays the protagonist’s fall from high authority or renown to ruin, often predetermined by fate or driven by a tragic flaw. I am waiting for the curtain’s fall.


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