We need high rise buildings here. When you look around …

Comment on Town planning: A commission for the people? by Dr Wrongo.

We need high rise buildings here. When you look around at all the vacant buildings, shops etc it is so obvious that a huge increase in supply will mean that we have more. Something – um – I can’t figure this out.

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Judging by past performance from both parties (NT Government and Lhere Artepe) this agreement won’t stand up to scrutiny.

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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?

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The Greens directing preferences away from Labor is perhaps the only way we can get them to change policy.
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