The Territory has along history of mines etc making a …

Comment on Inquiry into fracking: Giving it the green light? by R Henry.

The Territory has along history of mines etc making a mess, then claiming they went bust and yep, you guessed it, after years of abandoned contamination the cleanup falls on the public purse.

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What better place to have a venue like this except the foot of Mount Gillen?


Bailed juveniles next-door to you soon?
We have been down this road before and it didn’t work then either.


Liz Martin says goodbye and good luck
Every NT Government as it comes to power promises to cut red tape then goes on to support more of the same.
Like the Feds, ministers are getting to be too busy preening their egos to attend to matters like this and more and more finance attracting concerns slide away from the local regions.


Ailing economy needs on-shore gas, says Opposition
These people still flogging a dead horse? They go out backwards with the biggest thump and they are still proposing venues that are out of favor with the voters?
Must be all the humidity?


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And if it “failed to commercialize” then one could assume that the Territory people, through government expenditure, would again be paying to clean up the mess as has happened more than once in the mining industry.


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