Still no noise from the Antulye Aboriginal corporation, sorry I …

Comment on ‘Anzac Oval not for sale’: govt under pressure on gallery plans by Mabel.

Still no noise from the Antulye Aboriginal corporation, sorry I mean the Lhere Atepe Aboriginal corporation, the Native Title rep body which is supposed to hold Alice Springs Town Council and the NT Government accountable and responsible about the town’s direction.
The chairman is a growing joke and so is the CEO.
Where are all the blackfellas from this country with the balls to get up and have a go?

Mabel Also Commented

‘Anzac Oval not for sale’: govt under pressure on gallery plans
@ Gammon: Sorry for my lack of knowledge. But I was under the impression that Lhere Atepe were the rep body of the Arrente people in the municipal area of Alice Springs.
To provide some clarity, my original comment was aimed at the CEO and the Chairman who both are “Unknowns” in this area.
Why aren’t the Arrente people saying it through their voice boxes? Can they handle an art centre here or there or nowhere?


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