It would seem timely for the new minister to comment …

Comment on Reshuffle: Giles takes tourism, health to Elferink by Jones.

It would seem timely for the new minister to comment on the current issue of the treatment of a juvenile in detention?

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Masters Games this October, not 2022: Lambley
Great idea Robyn and to make sure we don’t get interstate visitors gate crashing the games before the borders are open we can ask the Joint Defence Base to patrol with drones.
Armed with Hellfire missiles, of course. Just in case.


Library no go for unaccompanied Alice teens
@ Anon agree 100% this exclusion is arguably racial based.
What timing!
This has the potential to go national and damage the image and reputation of our town.
Can you see the headline “Aboriginal youth excluded …”
The last thing our tourist industry needs now is any hint of racial discrimination.
Once again the council has made a poor decision.
Had this gone to a formal meeting it would surely have been opposed.
We have the traffic lights stuff up, making a suburban street a no standing zone and other operational decisions that show a lack of judgement.


Thinking big, anyone?
Capital expenditure (CAPEX) at $55 billion and the jobs number at 75,000.
The jobs number would be in the construction stage only.
The CAPEX is huge.
Much more realistic is the mining project up the road at Mt Peake with processing in Darwin.
CAPEX is about $800m.
1000 jobs in the construction phase and ongoing work for more than 300.
Training and jobs for Aboriginal people as part of the land use agreement worked out with the CLC.
Just about all the development work and approvals are complete.


Country Liberal Party: custodians ignored on gallery
@ Alex Nelson. It’s their art, their culture, so if the custodians and TOs stump up the $50m I agree they should be the primary authority on this matter.
Centrecorp?


Locally owned supermarkets buck crisis with $1m facelift
Paid for by a taxpayer funded enterprise grant to Lhere Artepe?


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