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Recent Comments by Sue Fraser-Adams

‘Great Air Race’ crashes after government blows $413,000
Another example of taxpayers’ money wasted. This mob could not run a chook raffle.


Government to spend $67m on youth database
67 million dollars? How on earth could this type of system cost that much?
Is this Labor Government insane?
Gobsmacked.
Sue Fraser-Adams


More government handouts for alcohol traders
What is it about the alcohol industry that has such a hold over NT Governments past and present?
How is it that an industry that has cost the NT over a billion dollars in harm and clean up costs can be awarded the benefits outlined above? No other businesses or residents get police standing outside their front doors nor the direct capital improvement subsidies.
Do the large donations made by this industry in the past to both political parties have something to do with this anomaly?
Wake up Territorians. Start joining the dots. Start looking for a political party that cannot be bought and give them your number 1 vote.
Such a party exists and it is called 1 Territory. Look at their donations policy at www.1territory.party. It is the only NT registered political party formed by Territorians for Territorians.
Folks, it is time to change the political underwear in the NT!
Sue Fraser-Adams
Vice-President
1 Territory


It’s the economy, stupid (NT style)
Hi Evelyne,
I can understand your scepticism – we are all thoroughly sick of political promises made to lure votes from us.
1 Territory takes a completely different view. We do not believe we are the fount of all wisdom and think the solutions are evident from the experiences of those at the front line.
We may not make any promises at all. It is hard to do so when you don’t know the real state of the NT’s financial affairs.
Cheers, Sue.


It’s the economy, stupid (NT style)
Hi Michael,
Following on from my comment to Katherine:
Traditionally incoming governments have a number of ways of dealing with the debt left by the previous governments and most of it is pretty lazy and unimaginative.
Selling the silver is a tried and true method but I am not in favour of selling our public assets for all sorts of reasons.
Secondly, they slash and burn the public service. But the Territory needs every public servant and front line worker it has so I do not see that as a solution either.
1 Territory will be approaching this very important issue in a totally new way based on years of experience of managing finances and human resources in a way not seen before in government.
The Territory will lead the world and be a most exciting place to live, work and play!
Watch this space.
Cheers, Sue.


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