Dick and Iain, two powerful figures in our community: great, …

Comment on Dick Kimber: premier scholar of Central Australia by Evelyne Roullet.

Dick and Iain, two powerful figures in our community: great, humble,friendly who made me welcome at work at Alice High in the ’70s, will be forever in my memories.
The booklet by Dick,”Cultural values associated with Alice Springs water”, was part of my toolkit when working in the tourism industry.

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See you there, Mike Gillam.

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No, James T Smerk, it is the end of this world as we know it.

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Alex Nelson: Everybody complains but too few are prepared to act, and that’s the reason we get the governments we deserve. You are correct.
The only way it is to have a human barricade 24/7 and structure that creates a barrier to block passage.
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James T Smerk: It is not a question of skin colour, because I have a friend, true blue, which partner is part Aborigine with a skin lighter than mine and both have the right to go to Congress clinics.
I can understand her but him? Could Congress or Scott explain?

The entitlement of not answering questions
Scott , maybe I went public to have an answer to the question asked by a lot of people, and you gave a very good explanation. Thank you. May be you work for Congress?
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My son, an old Territorian and invalid, could have been admitted to the Old Timers but refused and passed away at home. He was only 52 years old
In some areas of Australia, residential aged care has been the only supported accommodation available for younger people with disability who have high or complex care needs.

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