Do the majority of commercial buildings in Alice Springs comply …

Comment on Memo Club suspends trading, goes into voluntary administration. Town & Country to close tomorrow. by excop.

Do the majority of commercial buildings in Alice Springs comply with this:
http://www.police.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/106932/community_resource_business_security_assessment.pdf
although, breaking into a property is inexcusable.

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Memo Club suspends trading, goes into voluntary administration. Town & Country to close tomorrow.
@ John. Leaving the venue is a different story …
Ed Hargrave? https://www.alicespringsnews.com.au/1807.html


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


Unfolding story: Kids race ute through town
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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