Beverley, you have clearly had a traumatic incident. My point though, …

Comment on Police injured: Three incidents in one week by Surprised!.

Beverley, you have clearly had a traumatic incident.
My point though, is that the police need to ALWAYS be respected and supported in their jobs.
They should not be above the law. If they break the law, they too should be held accountable.
But, most police are professional and their job is to deliver the messages (rules) of the governments that we vote for. So, it’s unfair to attack the messengers.
If we continue to encourage these attacks on the police as the government is now doing, we will end up in an ugly anarchical society with the ironic twist of hoping the police will help us.

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Police injured: Three incidents in one week
While the Government continues to allow attacks on police, things will get worse.
Simply put, by having no serious penalties for attacks on police, our pollies are actually encouraging this disgusting behaviour.
It will get to some point, where someone gets badly hurt!
It is the employer’s lawful responsibility to provide a safe workplace, in this instance it’s the Government. While policing is of course a higher risk workplace, the Government still retains that responsibility, but more importantly should be held accountable when they neglect.
By doing nothing, attacks on police will continue and unfortunately get worse.
When some poor police officer shoots someone who is attacking them, all the do-gooders will be up in arms and the pollies will be running around like mice in a grain shed.
The unfortunate police officer will be subjected to all sorts of shit, because they were simply going about their job and got attacked.
Well, if I carried a gun in my job and had to use it, I would.
So, yet another challenge for the gutless fat cats, protect the police in their jobs, come down heavy on those who assault police, or be prepared for what happens.


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Meeting in CM office will be Transport Hall’s ‘make or break’
Perhaps the Government could speak to Liz and see how they can assist in sorting any issues out!
I hope those complain about Gunner, didn’t vote for him.
We should all know that the pollies are only interested in what happens north of Berrimah, whilst disappointing it seems to be more than perception.
The NT Government continually assists in the demise of local business, albeit by their tardiness in making decisions. (Take a look at the every growing vacant commercial properties around town)
To see Road Transport Hall of Fame leave Alice because of more Government bullshit, would be a tragedy in more ways than one.
The people out there do a great, tireless and often thankless job.
HELP them out, Gunner.


Minimise blackouts with community energy plan
As long as EVERYBODY understands that RISK is directly proportional to DEPENDENCY.
Therefore I would be very careful who is charged with looking after the LCEP. Neither the government of pollies can be trusted, so who will monitor/ manage it?
PAWA clearly can’t run a power grid efficiently or effectively. If they could, we wouldn’t have had the outages we do.
We (the consumers) have already paid numerous times for the infrastructure and maintenance of, so I am very reluctant to agree to paying more for LCEP.


Mystery fault may have triggered blackout
Ummm, I knew the Berrimah line existed but laying blame on Darwin is very uncool and show us that PWC have major issues.
Airing dirty laundry is poor form. “It’s not my fault …”
So tonight’s outage due to lightning strike, well I’ve lived in countries that have far more lightning strikes than Alice Springs.
Clearly there are design flaws in our outdated power grid.
So the question is, when will these numbskulls fix it with the money they have already charged us for?
The alternative is for a gutsy polly to flex some political power. So, I suggest we all become self sufficient and go off grid.


Power out
@1 Alex says it all. It’s not about losing power. Yep, natural disasters are understandable, but these regular unexplained outages are cause for serious concern and clearly indicate that PWC have some serious issues.
The fact that they have not identified or will not disclose the cause, is frightening.
Businesses lost a huge amount of business and our power was out from 10am until 6pm, that’s more than a few hours.
Clearly the people that are accepting of this outage are government workers and may have little or no concept of the real costs to the consumers.
So, my point again, how hard is it to run a power station?


Power out
Really? How hard can it be to run a power station! So how do the businesses get compensation for the huge loss of business? In true government style it will be overlooked.
I ordered my own 40 kva unit a month ago so I wouldn’t have to put up with this crappy service, I’m sick of it!


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