Send delegations of Rosalie Kunoth-Monks, Barbara Shaw and others (maybe …

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Send delegations of Rosalie Kunoth-Monks, Barbara Shaw and others (maybe the repeat youth offenders we see on the court listings every day) to live in communities in rural India, Mozambique, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Angola, Congo etc for a month. Some people are oblivious of, or take for granted, how many opportunities and freedoms we have in Australia.
Look the residents of those other countries in the eye and explain that there is first world class infrastructure (school/s, health clinic, police, swimming pool etc) servicing communities with populations of 1000 people … and unfortunately the majority of residents don’t make use of opportunities given.

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Also, this Planning Scheme Amendment application is currently on public exhibition.


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Was this one of the cars stolen from Congress? Why is there no police media release about this?


CBD planning: The vibrants are at it again
Out for consultation at the moment are:
• NT Planning Commission’s Central Alice Springs Area Plan.
• A discussion paper on NT Planning System Reform.
• A discussion paper on Planning for a Vibrant Future.


No Brainer # 3: Stott Terrace renameded? Tourists in swags. Playing chicken with cars.
Gerard Kuyer Bridge (along South Terrace) was officially named / gazetted in 2016. http://www.ntlis.nt.gov.au/placenames/view.jsp?id=24739 there was a bit of media (Centralian Advocate) about it at the time.


Middle School ‘monstrosity’ to stay: Minister
My recollection is that the shade structure over the basketball courts was built around the time of the economic stimulus package 2010/2011 (Building the Education Revolution).
All around Australian there is a legacy of these sorts of projects being rushed through. Keeps the builders in business.


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