Kathy, in this case , the NT flag has no …

Comment on Aboriginal flag on Anzac Hill: the nays have it  by Evelyne Roullet.

Kathy, in this case , the NT flag has no reason to fly on the hill.

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Aboriginal flag on Anzac Hill: the nays have it 
The war memorial would be better on flat ground. It is not everybody who can climb the hill.


Aboriginal flag on Anzac Hill: the nays have it 
John Bell, I am certain she smiles at me, but she also cries when she looks down onto the Youth Center.
I quote Erwin Chandla “town’s kids – black and white – mingled there, became friends. This was so too for this writer’s four children raised in Alice Springs.” And I add for my four children who created great friendships there.


Aboriginal flag on Anzac Hill: the nays have it 
War memorial on a women’s sacred site: Does this describe the Alice Springs community? Wars kill while women bear and rear children.
May be Anzac Hill should be given back to the rightful custodians and the wars memorial shifted on the council lawns unless the Arrernte women agree that we keep the site but recognise them with a flag.


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@ Peter Path: On her web site Jacinta claims “transparency and accountability is all the public seek”. Is it what she had done when in Council?
Yes, she will make an excellent politician for whom words mean nothing.
She personally told me that she had all intention to finish her mandate at the Council. Therefore I cannot trust her.


Megafauna museum: Locals outnumber tourists
Because I am very curious about all sorts of statistics I rang the museum and asked how those figures are created.
I was told: “We simply ask people if they are locals or visitors.”
Interesting, as I have never been asked.


Megafauna museum: Locals outnumber tourists
Overseas 975; Alice Springs 3279; domestic tourists 1214 with “NT other” (363), Victoria (229) and NSW (225) topping the list.
How were those numbers are worked out?
[ED – They were supplied by the museum.]


Move School of the Air to Anzac High building
Great idea. Excellent for the tourists who do not have a car and or cannot afford a tour bus.


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@TJ: What happens when they talk about sacred sites and cultural issues concerning the women?
In traditional Anangu society, men and women have distinct but equally important roles, performing specific tasks that benefit the whole community.
There are male sacred sites (men’s business) which are forbidden to women and women’s sacred sites (women’s business) which are forbidden to men.
National Park Management Plan 2020: The Working Together painting by Jennifer Taylor Uluru-Kata Tjuta has a central circle representing the park.
The twelve seated figures are the members of the Board of Management: Four pairs of male and female Anangu (the brown) and four Piranpa (the white).
So could you explain your comment regarding Barb?


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