No, we don’t need Darwin police. All they did was …

Comment on Hordes of kids rampage: 50 cars hit by Karen.

No, we don’t need Darwin police. All they did was pick on the law abiding citizens, revenue raising, didn’t solve much, us hard taxpaying workers were glad to see them go back to Darwin.
Bring in the army.
CLC and all the other Aboriginal agencies should be dealing with all the youths who come in from communities and the ones that live here on the funding they already receive.
I feel for our tourists. Enough is enough, oh and bring back police at liquor outlets. It’s out of control.

Recent Comments by Karen

Government accused of unfair competition
Eva [Lawler] should be fully aware if Blatherskite park exceeds its limit. The park has a manager. Get a survey done on why caravaners etc like to stay there, not wait for a complaint.
She and her staff need to get out and about more often to see what’s happening around town.


Mating odour to catch feral cats
1080: Im sure as hell wouldn’t want my pet dogs to eat any bait. It was stolen. I still haven’t heard if it was ever recovered or culprits caught. We also have a major rabbit explosion about which nothing seems to be done.


Rates may rise 3.5% but no civic centre swap in draft budget
Sorry, not at all happy with such a large increase when in reality us rate payers don’t see much for our hard earned cash.
Why are we paying for youth action group and basketball – its not my kids running amuck.
Council, you should be getting government funds for this.


Tree death and the challenge of heatwaves
Watch’n: I totally agree. Council needs to also take a serious look at how contractors are trimming trees below power lines. They are ugly and some large branches hang over roads. Would hate to see these come down on traffic


Tree death and the challenge of heatwaves
It’s a no brainer. In extreme heat like we have just experienced all trees should be watered more regularly.
I live rural and have lost five trees but realised that maybe these trees were not suited to extreme long heat and we have not had a decent rain (where I live) since November last year.
So I find I’m watering more trees – future planting I will do better research. It’s sad to lose trees.


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