Hi Hal: Because of the absurd secrecy that surrounds this …

Comment on Code of conduct allegations ‘vexatious, frivolous’ – councillor by Erwin Chlanda.

Hi Hal: Because of the absurd secrecy that surrounds this process we can only guess that it was triggered by a comment Cr Cocking made about a report headed “Let’s have an Australia Day when we are ready for it” which we published on January 31 this year.
Erwin Chlanda, Editor.

Recent Comments by Erwin Chlanda

Aggravated assault in Alice hospital
Hi Ian Sharp, “Surprised!” and the other correspondents: Thank you for your comments!
May I suggest that the ambiguity of “Monkey see, monkey do!” has received the discussion it well deserves.
May I propose that we now turn our attention to the essence of the comment by “Liberal” on January 16, as I understand it: Do Aboriginal children have adequate opportunity of observing positive role models who can guide and inspire them on their path to adulthood? If not, what must we do?
Erwin Chlanda, Editor.


Chance for NT Government to get cracking on fires
Many tanks for your comment, Domenico.
We’re happy to provide you access to our photo archive and publish comparative photos you may like to supply.
More interesting than the 2018 report you refer to would be the report currently being prepared about the fires last summer. As we reported it is still incomplete and when finished, will be withheld from the public.
You state: “I’m not sure that water-bombing aircraft would be very useful in fighting our type of (scrub)fires, outside of the immediate urban area.”
The expert we spoke with had no doubt about that – see one of our earlier our reports about the subject.
When you have clarity about that question please let us and our readers know.
Happy New Year, Erwin Chlanda, Editor.


Progress for $20bn Sun Cable
@ Surprised: “Very expensive power.” Depends how you look at it: As sunlight is free, the cost of the 30% power lost is zero. It’s not like losing 30% of gas or oil which we would have to buy.
Erwin Chlanda, Editor


Mass rally shows fury, distrust for police, government
Hi David, please note our report headed “Bush police station broken into, damaged” which also mentions the events in Alice Springs you are referring to.
Erwin Chlanda, Editor.


Mass rally shows fury, distrust for police, government
Please note: As someone has now been charged we will publish no further information that could be regarded as evidence until the matter is heard again in court on December 19, and from that day onwards, we will report only matters of evidence that are raised in open court until it has handed down a verdict.
ERWIN CHLANDA, Editor.


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