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Comment on Uranium mining would help to save Alice: Businessmen by Jim.

How is this: On my way home from work I called into the show grounds and counted 73 caravans. This would be a bit of a stretch on amenities, one would think.

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Uranium mining would help to save Alice: Businessmen
Well said Mel, I read in the story that the boys were wanting to improve Alice and that everyone had a say in it.
I like you have a government job and was born in the Alice Springs hospital and I once ran my own show, too hard in this town.
Alice as you want it, Mel! LOL, we all have a dream.

Uranium mining would help to save Alice: Businessmen
Oh dear. It seems being a businessman is as bad as being a developer. Melanie, crawl back under your rock or go back to were you come from.
Alice needs debate, not negativity. Seems you blokes stuck your heads up to be cut off.
All people who just complain – where are your ideas to improve Alice? No, that’s right, it’s easier to sit on your arse and point your finger.

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Well, a lot of interstate developers have given alice a miss as it is just too hard.
Our new government are too interested in Darwin spending not helping to develop and move Alice forward. Were is local Labour hiding.

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So all you key board warriors, you got rid of Adam. I hope you’re happy with the union stooge we have now. Alice who?
Back to the good old days and we deserve every thing we get. I didn’t vote Labour.

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Jacob bet you work in the public service, mate. Get the hint go back to were you come from.

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Ha ha. How are the preferences going now?

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Well done Dale. Be great if you now tell us how you are going to put Alice Springs first and help small businesses to keep their heads above water.
We dont need to hear more about fracking, speed limits and the old chief minister. Tourism, construction and reasons to keep people in Alice. Not just public servants in the service industry.

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