Reads that you’ve been knocking for some time, Erwin. Hope …

Comment on Knock, knock, Minister Lambley, anyone there? by Phil Walcott.

Reads that you’ve been knocking for some time, Erwin. Hope the skin on your knuckles is not too badly abrased.
I look forward to tomorrow night’s council meeting along with the debates and outcomes that ensue.
We need action outcomes.
But whilst time is of the essence, this has to be done properly.
The consultations have been completed, the surveys and study reports tabled … now it’s time to respond in a “whole-of-community” fashion that supports all of our families in a positive manner.
Like you and others, I also await the answers to the questions you’ve posed.

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A terrific read … great acknowledgement of a man who looks like having significantly contributed to many generations of Aboriginal people, both locally and around the country.
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