It’s made to be accepted that your house is broken …

Comment on Emergency Dept presentations back up assault stats by Jack.

It’s made to be accepted that your house is broken into, if the police can’t find fingerprints it game over.
Larapinta is a hotspot, nobody is interested in solving the problems.
All of this is to create jobs and live of misfortune of others.

Recent Comments by Jack

Crack-down on mobile phone, VDU use while driving
A huge crackdown on cyclists not using hand signals especially in Larapinta and the CBD. Need to know what a bell is used for especially on the footpath.


Gallery: no deal yet on land swap
Who wants a run down old building? When are you going to stop and listen to the people?
A diatribe once again.


More heat over Albrecht Oval lights, council digs in
The reason is that nobody wants to listen or fix the problems in this town. When people don’t listen and comprehend what is said and action and fixes the issues it’s called bullying.


Rates may rise 3.5% but no civic centre swap in draft budget
Time for refunds for a broken mall, roads with potholes, lack of footpaths in various neighbourhoods. Lack of councillors with petty issues that cost us and their commitment for their terms the people voted for, time for them to refund the public money given to them.


Cops at bottle shops: expensive bluff?
Correct, James, as it’s our taxes that fund this. I for one didn’t authorise my tax to pay for this ever.
As for the Village idiot I can’t wait for the Saturday of the Finke weekend when 20 non Indigenous males waiting for the bottle shop to open.
Every one has the right to drink and yes it does bring out the problems, but take a really good look Aboriginal people do it in public and not behind closed doors like non indigenous or at a BBQ big noting themselves against their own partners.


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