“The Chief Minister declaration yesterday that the government preferred site …

Comment on National Indigenous Gallery advisors: ‘Release full report’ by Evelyne Roullet.

“The Chief Minister declaration yesterday that the government preferred site is the Anzac Hill precinct is not yet in the bag. It only opens discussions with other stakeholders. So I hope.”
Relax Maya, by the time they decided, and start to demolish the old Anzac school, South Australia will have built the National Gallery

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National Indigenous Gallery advisors: ‘Release full report’
What is the real cost of this project: demolition, relocation, closure of art galleries in town = empty shops?
Human costs: Upset residents who will leave because Alice is not their town any longer?
Why come especially to Alice Springs for Aboriginal Art when there are huge collections in all world museums, especially the Vatican.
The seven State and Territory institutions of Australia from Perth to Brisbane all have major collections of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
Buying other art from the past will prove expensive; and an Iconic National Indigenous Art Gallery that relies only on future product will surely fail as “an international cultural landmark”. Alice Springs will have to have something UNIQUE! What?


Recent Comments by Evelyne Roullet

Old visitors centre trashed
Domenico: We, as a town, need to seize the power to determine our own path towards future prosperity? Excellent but do you have an idea in order to do that?
I can only think of an unified council strong enough to tell the NT government where to go!
But this is a dream because our councillors are too busy following their own dreams.


Labor, CLP discuss preference swaps: Scott McConnell
May be we will have to boycott the next elections in protest.
As Nelson Mandela has pointed out, boycott is not a principle, it is a tactic depending upon circumstances.


Politicking or community: What to do about youth crime?
James T Smerk: I agree with you, because to make the town attractive to tourists it has to be eco-friendly, thus fighting climate change.
Curbing kids and crimes will be also fight climate change as we will have less power / water / paper works / printing etc… spent on court house offices, prison cells and maintenance.
The council can do a lot about this. Sometime listening to all make me think of don Quixote De la Mancha which is considered one of the most important books of all time.
Quixotic, meaning the impractical pursuit of idealistic goals, has entered common usage.
Before attacking a worldwide problems we must fix ours.


Council on climate: wide-ranging action as matter of urgency
Yes, Francis, please explain. John Bell said that there is human-induced climate change, and there are natural climate fluctuations in this his is correct.
One important factor in the unchanging rise and fall of the earth’s temperature and its different cycles is the sun.
As its activity varies, so does the intensity of the sunlight that reaches us.
The sun’s temper varies on an 11-year cycle, typically taking about five and a half years to move from the quieter period of solar minimum, to the more turbulent solar maximum.
Sunspots sometimes erupt into powerful solar storms that shoot streams of charged particles into space, occasionally in the direction of earth.
Mounting evidence suggests that the 11-year solar cycle can affect climate and temperatures — the most famous example being Europe’s Little Ice Age, when the sun went through several nearly sunspotless cycles from 1645 to 1715.
If we cannot control the solar forces that produce warming and cooling produced by a magnetic field,
(the sun being a huge ball of electrically-charged hot gas that being moving generates a powerful magnetic field that goes through a cycle, a dynamo).
We living organism of this planet must do our best to not amplify these natural phenomena.
Humans have caused climate change for 180 years (scientifically proven).
Ww have created a snowball that has to be stopped!


CLP candidate Ryan compromised as town’s negotiator
“Because of the statutory time frame about council vacancies this would trigger a by-election.”
Why have by-election – give the position to the runner-up, Jimmy Cocking.


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