I agree totally. A great community event with a terrific …

Comment on It’s a Territory of variety by Paul Coughlin.

I agree totally. A great community event with a terrific community vibe both in the Todd Mall and on Anzac Oval.
You forgot to mention the awesome skydiver who floated above town carrying a huge territory flag.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to this happy event. Much appreciated.

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