Regarding asbestos, NT Worksafe will certainly know and likely so …

Comment on Government firm on demolishing Anzac High: Lawler by Interested Darwin Observer.

Regarding asbestos, NT Worksafe will certainly know and likely so will the Alice tip in regards to whether any asbestos has so far been removed.
The site would also likely have a construction fence and appropriate air monitoring and signage etc installed if asbestos has been or is being removed.

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Higgins to step down as Opposition Leader
CLP, start getting a few conversation starters out there.
Bring back open roads.
Commit to a zero based budget approach.
Commit to a proper functioning Freedom of Information process.
Commit to a thorough red tape slashing and legislation cutting agenda.
Commit to a well developed youth curfew plan.


A troubling snapshot of disadvantage
Saw several 6 to 8 year olds on the street this morning at 5am unaccompanied by a guardian or adult.
What hope do these children have?
Police and the various services must just be driving straight past these children. These children need protection – not ignoring.
The legislation exists to take these children home or to a safe place.
The legislation exists to get kids to school.
Step up and help these kids and the gap will narrow.


What will business say to Gunner about the economy?
Top Tip: Stop employing public servants who live interstate. Employ people that actually live here. Remote workers do nothing for the NT economy or population!
Also, perhaps try a zero based budget. That way all the recurrent waste can be eliminated and all the bureaucratic cost which have no measurable benefit for the public can be scrutinised and thrown out.
If the public were aware of the immense waste on items such as politically correct, achieve nothing “training” sessions and other various programs for public servants, you would be all mortified.


Gas and solar: Still uneasy bedfellows
PoliticoNT: The whole point here is that fluctuating renewable resources when spread across a geographically vast area and are of various types and have surplus capacity will negate the need for existing high carbon base load technology.
When it is windy in Newcastle it may not be windy in Perth, but if Newcastle could supply Perth during these times than all is well.
Would require massive investment into the grid and renewable capacity though.
Maths, science and atmospheric chemistry are not the issue here. Economics is.


Gas and solar: Still uneasy bedfellows
Certainly, diversifying renewable power sources (wind, solar, tidal, thermal, hydro etc) is a key element to bringing down the barriers of “base load”.
Australia is fortunate in that our large geographical size means that Australia always has a multitude of weather patterns at any one time (with perhaps a bias towards hot and dry!)
By over producing power across a broad range of producers spread across our large continent we are able to do away with the need for expensive storage and polluting base load.
The wind is always blowing somewhere in the big country!


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