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Have a look at the dog problems on Aboriginal communities.
They are left to fend for themselves when they stop being small and cute.
But you need to look after puppies so they can be loyal with plenty of time spent with them so they learn right from wrong.
The same principle applies to these kids who are out of control. They’re not cute anymore and they have to fend for themselves.

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CAAMA ‘drowning in debt’: Regulator
@ Dave: Good one, ha ha.


CAAMA ‘drowning in debt’: Regulator
CAAMA is undeniably needed for the whole community both remote and urban. Not disputing this. There have been issues with the CEO, the chairman and the board’s management.
What’s important is that this is acknowledged.
Remote people love listening to CAAMA, all up the highway and towards the north, south, east and west. Black fellas, white fellas, yellow fella, all kind of fella.
A special administrator has been appointed and judging on past, the past won’t be a part of the future in regards to what happens.


CAAMA ‘drowning in debt’: Regulator
These same people assume the self appointed opinions that they are Aboriginal people with intelligence greater than most other Aborigines. Its quite laughable. Foxtrot1 and Nimble are across it all.
They distinctly recruited the Yeperenye CEO to pull them out of the poop. He’s part of the problem. IAD, CAAMA, Pioneer Football Club are three of the standouts.
Hope the black town doesn’t have to deal with these people anymore!


CAAMA: No news is good news?
What about Mr Yeperenye?


Native title organisation has $3.7m in the bank
Of course they have a lot of money, this is due to only having two people on the payroll, the chairman and his company vehicle which he has used for his private business, and the CEO who does nothing and has got a huge salary plus all the benefits that come with it.
He has sat on boards and always been invited as “the man” but sadly done jack all!
Thank God, he’s leaving.
To say that it’s been great management is not a really good comment people, it’s been inactive production!


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