As a frequent flyer at the bower bird tip shop …

Comment on Town council’s ‘regional’ landfill: cart before the horse? by Dan.

As a frequent flyer at the bower bird tip shop I was extremely disappointed to see the effort that Subloos made at having a tipshop, what a joke. When the council took over it looked like the good old days were returning. No such luck. It looked good for a while but has turned into a similar joke to Subloos’ effort. Surely people are still disposing of recyclable stuff. The council workers need to bring it down to the tip shop or get some training from those who worked at the original tip shop. Recycling is the way to go. Bring back the bower bird crew.

Recent Comments by Dan

CLP would build gallery at Desert Park, not Anzac precinct
And judging by this the CLP will fail to listen or take into consideration the views of the senior custodians for this place.
Tourism wants engagement with indigenous people. Tourists want indigenous experiences but it will never happen when there is no respect for Indigenous people or culture.
That lack of respect starts in the Halls of power and echos down onto the streets.


CLP would build gallery at Desert Park, not Anzac precinct
And judging by this the CLP will fail to listen or take into consideration the views of the senior custodians for this place.
Tourism wants engagement with Indigenous people. Tourists want indigenous experiences but it will never happen when there is no respect for Indigenous people or culture.
That lack of respect starts in the halls of power and echos down onto the streets.


Native title organisation backs Anzac precinct for gallery
Judging by past performance from both parties (NT Government and Lhere Artepe) this agreement won’t stand up to scrutiny.


Paterson stands for Territory Alliance
Mr Patterson, what if one or more of the party’s policies were not in the best interest of our local community would you take a stand against it or shut up and follow the party line?


Oval for gallery back on table – as bone of contention
Would be interesting to know who these 32 traditional owners are, as last year the minister for arts and culture met with a large group of traditional owners recognised by AAPA as the legitimate custodians.
Seems Lauren decided to ignore their very clear and unanimous response: “South of The Gap.”


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