Just a question Erwin, are the royalties subject to Centrelink …

Comment on Newmont gold mine: Aboriginal jobs, still trying by Leigh Childs.

Just a question Erwin, are the royalties subject to Centrelink scrutiny? Do you know? I have to declare any amount above $2000. Cheers Leigh.
[ED – Hi Leigh, I’m putting your question to Centrelink and will publish the answer. Happy New Year, Erwin.]

Recent Comments by Leigh Childs

You and the dunny door
While visiting the loo at the Rijksmuseum, in Amsterdam, I was intrigued to find glass self opening doors into the unisex washroom area.
There was a floor foot ‘button’ to activate the flush and a foot button again to supply water to the hand basin. That was back in 1978.


Aborigines may defy orders, come to Alice for food: CLC
Why isn’t the CLC stepping up to the plate to help out their communities?
They have the knowledge of how the communities work; I would have thought they are best placed to run food convoys out to these places.
The CLC says the government has promised to supply their needs to “stay safe and well”.
Does that mean food too?
The government is not supplying me with food.
Can’t the CLC liaise with organisations in town to do food drops? This is a time we all have to work together.


A touch of light: totemic caterpillars
Thank you Mike for a lovely read. Much appreciated. More images please.


Removing blankets from public places
Following on from the comment made by James T Smerk, March 3: Maybe CLC could fund some housing in town. It is desperately needed.


Old but fast: Rally cars criss-cross The Centre
Thank you Mr/Ms Classic Outback Trial for the info. Will certainly look up the site.


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