@ Peter (Posted October 22, 2016 at 7:09 am) Your comments …

Comment on Council millions for cradle to grave welfare schemes by Alex Nelson.

@ Peter (Posted October 22, 2016 at 7:09 am)
Your comments about the Ti Tree area are not dissimilar to what I was told when campaigning there during the NT election campaign of October 1990.
I was one of two CLP candidates, the other was Pastor Eric Panunka who resided at Pmara Jutunta at the time.
What I learned, especially from the Health Clinic at Ti Tree, left me profoundly disturbed and I took notes with a view to passing this on to the NT Government after the elections.
However, there was no debriefing after the elections were over, and indeed not the slightest interest from government about anything I had picked up during the course of the campaign.
The objective of the Party was simply to retain office, which was achieved by winning the electorates of the major urban centres.
There never was any real concern about what happens in rural and remote regional areas.

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