Better education? It isn’t going to happen under the current …

Comment on Sensible infrastructure for the NT? by Dr Wrongo.

Better education? It isn’t going to happen under the current system. Prepare for the excact opposite.
The government is ripping money out of education. Many schools are losing teachers. The remote schools are losing all their Aboriginal staff.
In many cases the Aboriginal staff are the only reason the schools function. A first year teacher with no experience and suffering from homesickness and culture shock can’t run a school.
Instead of Aboriginal teaching assistants the government is employing Kiwi bouncers as truancy officers on huge wages and permanent contracts.
Somehow fewer jobs for indigenous people and less money for bush schools will “close the gap”.

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Sensible infrastructure for the NT?
And the camel’s hump is almost all fat. By a simple process it can be rendered down and turned into high quality diesel at a cost of approximately 40cents/litre, once you have the hump.
Dr Wrongo made a test batch in the lab (kitchen). Should make transport costs lower for a portable abattoir and all the trucks etc.

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Town Council considers $50m art gallery options
Who is studio kinship? Culturally appropriate design that is against the wishes of the traditional owners and holders of that culture, how does that work.
I wonder if anyone spoke to the minister for arts an culture, cos she got a pretty clear message from from a large group of custodians earlier this year: “South of The Gap.”

Sacred sites authority mum on Melanka trees
There are a few other trees / sacred sites, in the way of a certain development, that AAPA has also forgotten about.
What does that acronym stand for again? The head of AAPA runs a very [unsatisfactory] business.

Lame duck MLA, says Katherine voter
If she had an allegiance to the Labor Party she would be anti fracking. The party voted against fracking at the last Territory conference.
It’s just guña and a handful of mates who decided to support fracking.
Vote independent you are more likely to get someone who will represent their electorate rather than follow what the inner circle tells them to.

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If the gallery is built in the CBD it will bring an extra 53,000 people!
If it’s built a couple of miles away south of The gGap it will bring – how many?
Considering that these extra people are going to be traveling 1000s of kilometres to get to the gallery what’s an extra couple of Ks.
Why are they so obsessed with the CBD? 99% of visitors to the gallery will check out the town centre regardless of its location.

Labor, CLP discuss preference swaps: Scott McConnell
John Bell, if the two majors are only interested in representing their own corrupt interests then don’t vote for them.
If we elect a bunch of independents that eventually band together, so what.
At least the pollies will know that they are there to represent their electorate not the backroom boys. Staying with the status quo is a ticket to nowhere.

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