Nicholas Williams is a delightful young man who understands so …

Comment on Polling day: Backing family, dad Warren H and aunty Alison by Phil Walcott.

Nicholas Williams is a delightful young man who understands so many of the issues impacting on Aboriginal residents in bush seats. He has enjoyed some strong role modelling and will continue to be a positive model for others to learn from. His observation that the people have to learn to think differently is spot on.
Good luck with tour trail venture, Nicholas … I’ve often said you should be “the national face of Aboriginal tourism”. Stay strong and proud … continue to be a role model for your generation and those that follow.

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