More wasted money, just like Batchelor Institute. Very little will …

Comment on Scullion announces bonanza for Menzies by Fred the Philistine.

More wasted money, just like Batchelor Institute. Very little will be achieved. You can look around Alice Springs and see all medical facilities available to the Indigenous, with still no results. They have very poor hygiene standards. May be that is where we start. Can someone please explain to me what Scullion has actually achieved, apart from throwing money into a black hole with no results?

Recent Comments by Fred the Philistine

Cart before the horse
Don’t you gey it. The NT is BROKE. No funding for along time.


Adelaide’s Indigenous gallery out of the starting blocks
Att Steve Brown: What do you expect when yoy have low standard of people running the Territory?
If the Territory is going to prosper, it needs industry and stop relying on Federal monies.
One can only say to all the people in the Territory, you need to lift your game.
As I have lived in the Territory for many years, the Territory is backwards.
If Alice Springs really wanted an art gallery, why did not one of the Aboriginal councils fund it, if it’s so important?


Firm ‘no’ from PM, Scullion to bailing out ‘bankrupt’ Territory
It’s about time the Commonwealth had opened their eyes. The Territory, especially Alice Springs, is a black hole when it comes finances.
It is time they start raising their own revenue as they have relied on Federal funding for far too long.
The rest of Australia is starting to wake up, that investing in the Territory is not good value.


The Territory is broke
It’s laughable as the Territory wanted to become a state. So much for self governing. Nothing has been achieved. Too much money wasted.


The Territory is broke
It’s no surprise. Never seen a state / territory run so poorly.


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