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Comment on ‘Bully method’ to swing Town Council vote on gallery by Chris2.

The unusually prompt release of the indicative sight plan for the National Indigenous Art Gallery suggests the decision to use Anzac oval was made at an earlier time.
The recent uprising against the Gunner Government’s vision splendid for Anzac oval and the majority support for the Dessert Park precinct must be making those up north uncomfortable.
It will be interesting to see the individual councillors take on discussions with the appointed not elected Mr Leonardi.
Surely this is a job for Mr Gunner himself.
Time for a public meeting where he and his minister turn up.

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Now $90m earmarked for Aboriginal gallery
It’s like a surreal comedy, Monty Python comes to mind.
Just can’t figure out if Mr Gunner is John Cleese or Michael Palin.
The quick response from Minister Moss, Erwin, tells us they are at least looking in.

Government to spend $67m on youth database
Two years to get nowhere. Crime rates up in nearly all categories. We are stuck with a bunch of elected politicians failing the people dismally on law and order. The very fabric of the town is stretched.
Homes under threat nightly, insane life threatening rock throwing, harassment of people day and night in the CBD, vehicle theft and damage epidemic.
But its OK we are told we are talking to stakeholders and considering the Belgium model for camps. Oh Please.
It seems to me a lot of faceless bureaucrats spin merchants and highly paid consultants none of whom are elected are pushing their own agendas.
Our timid politicians, incapable of original thought, are going with the soft options these types promote. How long will the law abiding citizens of this town put up with it ?

Questions raised about Alice kids in Don Dale during riot
Any transfer to Don Dale “is done in consultation with the young person, their family and legal support team as well as youth outreach re-engagement officers and child protection practitioners. When a transfer does occur ongoing efforts are made to facilitate family access”.
That’s a lot of people paid by the taxpayer. Add to that criminal damage done, transport costs, family support, medical and so on and we have a taxpayer funded industry. Sadly, if it were performance based closure would be assured.

Wowser games?
Surely this is fake news! Sadly I fear it is not.
Try that in Darwin Mr Gunner, they would lynch you.
Apex will miss out on the money they put to good use and returns the golf club has relied on through recent difficult times will be down.
What will our interstate and overseas guests make of it?
Will this stunningly stupid Gunner decree stop the inevitable property damage and theft that will escalate as more soft targets present through the games?
Another nail in the coffin for Alice Springs.

Booze ban sign: can they be serious?
Most of the Binns Track signs and interpretive signs at Arltunga Historical Reserve are in the same unreadable condition.
Simply put, when the contract was awarded to produce these signs it would seem they forgot about our extreme climate. More taxpayer’s money littrerly burnt.

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