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How not to manage government finances: The case of the NT
The article by Dr Don Fuller is absolutely correct.
The fanciful idea that the NT will bounce back after the years of fiscal mismanagement in the NT has been concocted by the well paid Fifth Floor and just will not happen.
Add to the facts that Dr Fuller has outlined the appalling mishandling of the Home Improvement Scheme (HIS) which is causing the supposed small business beneficiaries to just about give up (they can’t hang on for the next 12 months on the dribble of work generated by the scheme).
The original three months might have achieved the goals but 12 months definitely will not.
The domino effects of many more businesses going to the wall and an even greater exodus of people from the NT make the future very depressing for those of us left.
And rest assured – the NT Government response to COVID-19 is very much being tailored to giving NT Labor the very best chance of winning the coming election in August.
Territorians have some serious thinking to do before they cast their votes in a few weeks.


Record NT debt: Gunner mum on collateral
Good question about the collateral for the borrowings and huge debt.
The “commercial in confidence” answer is rubbish.
Worse still, if that is really true, who the hell are Territorians in hock to?
Another Khemlani or some shady body or state to whom we really do not want to be beholden to by owing money.
At $1m day interest, someone is getting very rich.
Supplementary question: What is the interest rate being paid on these borrowings, Chief Minister?


Labor gets fracking, gambling, booze cash: Fraser-Adams
UPDATE: It is now not correct to say Labor is last on all parties’ how to vote cards. In a move that has shocked even the most cynical of CLP members, the CLP earlier this week has put Labor second out of the seven candidates.
It does appear both major parties are united under the “Support Fracking” banner and accordingly, must be consigned to electoral oblivion both in Johnston and at the general election in August 2020.
Put both major parties last – it is where they have put all Territorians.
Sue Fraser-Adams, Darwin, Ban Fracking Fix Crime Protect Water Party.


‘Great Air Race’ crashes after government blows $413,000
Another example of taxpayers’ money wasted. This mob could not run a chook raffle.


Government to spend $67m on youth database
67 million dollars? How on earth could this type of system cost that much?
Is this Labor Government insane?
Gobsmacked.
Sue Fraser-Adams


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