Agreed, Steve Brown. More, thought, detail and needed, Phil Walcott. …

Comment on 1 Territory party pledges to be a force by Sean.

Agreed, Steve Brown. More, thought, detail and needed, Phil Walcott. What you have listed are objectives / ideals.

Sean Also Commented

1 Territory party pledges to be a force
All sounds good but reality is, if an election is called early (highly possible), you’re not ready.
Policy and platforms should already have a basic form so new members, people considering membership, know what they are getting involved with.
As Giles has found (not learnt), firing off all the solutions from the sideline is easy.
Actually doing it and being a leader (elected or stolen) is not.
Good luck though 1 Territory, I continue to watch with interest. I.e. I’m not currently a member of any party.

Recent Comments by Sean

Land councils acted behind our backs, say pipeline TOs
And where are Nigel Scullion or Warren Snowdon in all of this?

CLC members want forensic probe into their organisation
The group was always: Giles, Tollner, Styles, Kezia and Nigel. Three are gone, time for the last two standing to be nailed! Get rid of them both! If Nigel isn’t taken out by Canberra, I have no doubt the ICAC will wipe them both out.

Alice councillor tells nation’s media about Aboriginal brutality
Yaaawn. Here we go again, another ranting figurehead.

CLP: Back to the future
Shane Stone doesn’t live in the NT? He’s still in his Darwin city apartment. In the past when away, it was always his base.
Besides, the return of Stone ensures the Giles-factor is definitely dead in the water, as Steve Brown is well aware.
Anything that ensures that period is finished, is worth backing. CLP Alice has a loooooong way to go, as they’ll no doubt discover, probably the hard way.

Old Melanka site for sale – again
Just another one of Adam Giles’ many past, front page grabbing thought bubbles that were never going to get anywhere. Bit like him. NTG be done with it, buy the land, turn it into community space – huge solar driven water theme park using recycled water. Great for tourism.

Be Sociable, Share!

A new way to support our journalism

We do not have a paywall. If you support our independent journalism you can make a financial contribution by clicking the red button below. This will help us cover expenses and sustain the news service we’ve been providing since 1994, in a locally owned and operated medium.

Erwin Chlanda, Editor