It’s like a surreal comedy, Monty Python comes to mind. …

Comment on Now $90m earmarked for Aboriginal gallery by chris2.

It’s like a surreal comedy, Monty Python comes to mind.
Just can’t figure out if Mr Gunner is John Cleese or Michael Palin.
The quick response from Minister Moss, Erwin, tells us they are at least looking in.

Recent Comments by chris2

‘Cop will be labelled for the rest of his life as a blackfeller killer’
“The stark reality is the risk is always there and officers are forced to make a split-second decision about how to respond, to protect themselves and others.”
And there it is in a couple of lines.
So sad for the deceased’s family and the police officer, tough job in a volatile place. Who would put their hand up to serve there? Only the best.


Government grant for Todd Tavern, Alice Plaza development
Grandstand, ship lift, hospital quarters Alice, art gallery, how long do we have to suffer Gunner’s transparency?
About eleven months, thank goodness.


Sacred sites authority mum on Melanka trees
Gee whizz: Alice office … Darwin office … Assistant Registrar – Research and Land Information” (no name given) … Wendy hung up. Who are these people? What do they do and produce? Why are we the taxpayer paying them?


Rock climb closure: total government control of media
It’s time the faceless people behind these crazy directives were identified and their agendas spotlighted.


Despite clear leads, no-one was punished for making this mess
Walking my dog on the old South road just through the first grid and along the old Ghan track and out along the new Ghan track several times a week I see the absolute disrespect for the land.
Rubbish dumping in both areas is off the chart.
What is wrong with these people that they choose to skulk in at dusk or night and push the garbage bags old couches and everything else that requires a small dump fee out of the trailer?
Erwin, if you would like a tour with your camera I’m your man.


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