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Money money! Probably why you can wait for hours for a cab at around opening time and after three phone calls to ask where is the cab you are told “sorry not our fault the driver reported that you were not there”.
But I was there. Might of been compounded by the fact that I wanted to pay by card. Big mistake. Alice Taxis. Mmmm.

Recent Comments by Chris Slater

Wards for Alice council, including one for town camps?
I am a strong supporter of wards. How nice to have an alderman as a first go to for street by street issues.
The generic group we have now are somewhat impotent when it comes to on the ground residents issues. Make them earn their allowance or move on.


Student strike: Pietsch explains her actions, News responds
Forensic.


Councillor passes buck to staff
Alex Hope makes an excellent point in relation to wards. Instead of using council as platform for personal agendas and political ideals the collective elected members should be working for us and our street by street issues.


Boundless possible welcome to Alice for Gunner?
Not good enough Mr Gunner. A quick visit shrouded by minders and security.
Set up a soap box on the casino lawn with a microphone and advertise the event so the concerned citizens of this town may politely question why we are in such deep manure.
But you won’t, will you. At least your mentor and former boss had the decency to stand there in shock before she faded away into obscurity.
Oh that’s right, you gave her a top job with Team NT.
How’s that going?


Fire management inadequate to non-existent: ALEC
The West MacDonnell Ranges are in focus right now. But the awaiting disaster in the East MacDonnell Ranges is very real.
The Arltunga Historical Reserve is choked with buffel. Where once spinifex clumped without being greedy of ground, now buffel wants it all.
Walking tracks and vehicle tracks invaded by this land thief.
As a regular visitor to the area for the last 20 years I have observed a slow but complete change of the landscape. An invasion.
Interestingly, funds were allocated for the eradication of Athel Pine around the old mission 10 years ago but nothing for buffel.
The Athel Pine planted by the brothers did no more than provide shade and while introduced had little chance of spreading in that arid area.
Bureaucrats, greenies and agendas. Where do we go from here?


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