Keep up the good fight Jimmy, its what is needed …

Comment on Code of conduct allegations ‘vexatious, frivolous’ – councillor by Charlie Arrente.

Keep up the good fight Jimmy, its what is needed in the Council, honesty and commitment to the people of Alice Springs. It is stressful and unwarranted, but proving it wrong is a feather in your cap.

Recent Comments by Charlie Arrente

Alice to get first Aboriginal owned earth ground station
What a funny story, would have spooked the best of people.


New drive to make Pitchi Richi a public treasure
It is great seeing this place restored to its beauty. A breathtakingly peaceful haven. Well done to all on your persistence and dedication. What a great attraction it will be again. Congratulations to you all.


‘I shared my mother with the Aboriginal children’
Peter Tilmouth was my brother and at the time of his death he left behind three children.
Two lived in Andamooka with his wife and the eldest lived in Adelaide with her mum.
Peter went to the Technical High School in Adelaide, and once he graduated he got a job in Woomera before moving on to Andamooka to take up mining.


Ken Hampton: From podium to pulpit
Great reading about these young men who left their families at home for a better chance of education, with the assistance of Father Smith and his wife. Keep it going.


Bill Espie: Police hero from Alice Springs
What a great story, Father Smith did a lot for the local Indigenous people here in the Alice.
My brother was one who went to Adelaide, Peter Tilmouth.
All the boys taken, all became great mates.
The Espie family was well respected here in the Alice and what an honour to have this man Bill Espie recognised, letting others know of his achievements. A story worth mentioning.


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