Dear David Chewings, For most of this year the Alice Springs …

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Dear David Chewings,

For most of this year the Alice Springs News Online has carried reports about issues now prominent in the lead-up to the August 25 elections. We have given major coverage to this and last week’s forums. Kieran Finnane has published profiles about candidates Lambley, Price, Anderson, Foley, Walcott, Rock, Giles and Findlay. Conlan declined to be interviewed and Hampton, for a year or more, has refused to answer question we have put to him on a range of issues. Our pre-election coverage will, of course, continue, and as usual our news judgment will be guided by the story to be told. All these reports are on our website, of course … just google them, they are part of our five million words plus archive going back to 1997.
Kind regards, Erwin Chlanda, Editor.

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