If people think some local language signs are going to …

Comment on Bringing Arrernte language into town signage by Michael Dean.

If people think some local language signs are going to make Alice Springs a better place to live and more attractive to tourists, you need your head examined.
Reduction in crime and lower air fares, that’s where you need to start and build from that.

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Ghan walk: Signs of the times
You only noticed the signs out the front of the Post Office because they were directly opposite your electorate office Conlan.
Ministers should be thinking more about the portfolios they hold rather than infighting.


Youth workers on the streets from 8pm to 3am
Finally. Some hope for long suffering Alice Springs residents. Hope it starts tonight actually. Curious as to why everything stops at 3am though, but it’s a great start.


The evasive closing gap: Focus must be on kids, says Morrison
How about closing the gap on crime in the NT?


Emergency Dept presentations back up assault stats
These are not figures our elected leaders should be proud of, even if there was progress in two areas.
But will anything change?


Billen’s family: Make telling hotel where you trek mandatory
Being in the industry, it would be great to have someone from NTPFES or police commit themselves to recommending a type and brand of emergency beacon that could be hired out.
I have tried several times to get an answer with no-one willing to commit.
Maybe this is a start for the Department of Tourism to follow on from the Coroner’s decision.
At least it would be a start, maybe along with some posters for accommodation reception areas.


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