I do not think that the “No”voices are only for …

Comment on Alice’s upbeat YES campaign for marriage equality by Evelyne Roullet.

I do not think that the “No”voices are only for religious groups. I believe they keep quiet not to be picked on by the “Yes” bullies who assume that everybody must agree with them: “Shame on you, you are not for equality”. Businesses advertised their support for Yes, should the No boycott them?

Same sex marriage for true love sure but why not for bigamy? One can truly love more than one person. I voted No, not because of the same sex, but because I am against marriage all together. In my eyes unless it is for religious beliefs marriage is an outmoded institution. De Facto is the way.

What is a de facto relationship?

“A de facto relationship is defined in Section 4AA of the Family Law Act 1975. The law requires that you and your former partner, who may be of the same or opposite sex, had a relationship as a couple living together on a genuine domestic basis.”

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Alice’s upbeat YES campaign for marriage equality
PS: I would like to ask why two married homosexuals should earn more than two married lesbians if they doing the same work?


Alice’s upbeat YES campaign for marriage equality
To all who are demanding equal rights I ask why an Australian women earn 23% less than men, according to workplace equality scorecard? This is out of context? Maybe not.
As we ask same rights for sexual life, we should demand same rights for working life.


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NT Govt persists with push for Anzac Oval ownership
@ Ms Moss: “The only thing we are clear on is that Alice Springs residents support the National Aboriginal Art Gallery being built in Alice”, but we will prefer a cultural center, in collaboration with the Aborigines, because art is part of culture. This Center seems to have been forgotten.
You have made it clear that Anzac Precinct is your preferred site, and we have made it clear that we do like this site. You always said “preferred” which implies there are other choices.
You wish to continue to engage with council about how to transition the site to one owner, being the Northern Territory Government.
What cannot you understand, that the Anzac Oval is not the property of the council, but of the taxpayers and they do not want to give the oval to a bully government who cannot be trusted as many of us wonder what is the hidden agenda behind this charade.
You have only twi years left in government.
Do you really want us to believe the project will be done in time? You have no site, no design nothing to put in!
It will take more than two years to achieve your goal if it really is your goal.


Street life celebrated in street art
Chiara, the children love this rabbit, every week when we go to town, they climb on the stand, say hello and give him a carrot.


Street art: life cycle of the Yeperenye in giant mural
We obviously do not need an Aboriginal art gallery.
Aborigines lived outdoors and street art is the best to show it.
All those horrible metal fences should be used for displaying Aboriginal culture.
This would attract: Alice – the only Aussie town with no metal fence or blank walls.
Tour buses stop to allow tourists to take photos of the Coles mural depicting the history of Alice Springs; in the same way they could tour the town.


Four charter flights from Japan to Alice Springs
Yes, Trevor, I remember the talks to have an international airport in the Center where all domestic airlines would have departed (makes sense).
But money talked, all cities wanted revenues from international flights and now they complain about congestion and noise.
Money before common sense = problems.


It’s the economy, stupid (NT style)
It sounds very good, but words and policies do not give warranty, we have seen it with all of them.
How will 1 Territory keeps its promises? Like Gunner?


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