I think the statue is good. Can any one else …

Comment on Stuart is holding the wrong rifle by Bronte Zadow.

I think the statue is good. Can any one else do better? I think it would be better facing Flying Doctors for tourists to see and should be on other side where there is better parking. It needs seats around it. I say well done. This town needs to be more proactive and have less negativity.

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Once again, why are the tax payers funding this? If the Indigenous councils have pride in their people, why are they not funding these projects?
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