Kick her off. We need strong Arrernte people on Council …

Comment on Councillors send message to Jacinta Price by Davo.

Kick her off. We need strong Arrernte people on Council like Cr Catherine Satour. Price was only on Council to seek attention, like everything else she does. Almost feel sorry for her.

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