@ Peter Ross: Yes Gman has had to fight for …

Comment on Shock resignation as radio station ‘Aboriginalises’ by Puzzling.

@ Peter Ross: Yes Gman has had to fight for his existence at CAAMA since he started.
Discrimination against him was shocking, yet he stayed and fought for 16 years.
Maybe Desert Rat, after 16 years of fighting for his rights and continuing to lift the image of CAAMA Radio both in town and to the rest of Australia has had his toll and he can not keep fighting a board who do not support him.
Take a look at what he has done and where CAAMA has come.
How can the board and its management without a permanent CEO make such a decision? Instability is not what is needed.
By the way, what is happening with the CEO position, who takes that on, wait and watch this space I suppose.
Job for the boys I’m hearing.

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