James T Smerk: I agree with you, because to make …

Comment on Politicking or community: What to do about youth crime? by Evelyne Roullet.

James T Smerk: I agree with you, because to make the town attractive to tourists it has to be eco-friendly, thus fighting climate change.
Curbing kids and crimes will be also fight climate change as we will have less power / water / paper works / printing etc… spent on court house offices, prison cells and maintenance.
The council can do a lot about this. Sometime listening to all make me think of don Quixote De la Mancha which is considered one of the most important books of all time.
Quixotic, meaning the impractical pursuit of idealistic goals, has entered common usage.
Before attacking a worldwide problems we must fix ours.

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Warlpiri don’t want Zachary Rolfe murder trial to be in Darwin
Once again Darwin. Darwin is not the NT. Alice Springs is the heart of it.
The trial will attract media and visitors, hence the revenues will go to Darwin, not Alice.
Warlpiri and locals will have being treated with disdain.

Warlpiri don’t want Zachary Rolfe murder trial to be in Darwin
The Warlpiri have the right to be present at the hearing.
Put yourself in their shoes.
If it was one of your relatives would you not want to assist?

Council: Gallery at Anzac precinct, no to curfew
Thank you to all the councillors and Mayor for your decision.
This is my response: None of you will have my vote at the next election.
You said nothing for the demolition of the old school and now say yes to a site which should not be north of The Gap.
Have you ever heard of curses? I can see your smiles. Pity.

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What will happen to my dog if he mauls an intruder, especially if it is a juvenile?
What will be the consequence for my action if I hit the said juvenile with my digging stick?
Our laws protect the criminals not the innocents.

PowerWater, Territory Generation CEOs sacked
Power outage happens Australia-wide in hot weather.
The heads should roll? But a good boss always takes the blame for his/her employees’ failures.
They are often the result of bad leadership, and passing the blame onto those beneath them is not only misplaced, but discouraging.
Leaders pass the credit and take the blame.
What a pity we cannot sack the whole government for poor performance.

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