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Comment on Mayor’s ‘conflict’: council to ask for independent legal opinion by JHC.

Your headline, “Gunner demands Council deal with Mayor conflict of interest” suggests Mr Gunner has the problem.
Several Mayors over the years have announced their candidature into the next level of Government without raising all these legal questions.
If it’s not sorted to his satisfaction, and remembering the same applies in the Barkly where Mayor Edgington is also a CLP candidate in the coming election, we may have a situation where Mr Gunner and his Ministers ignore the whole Southern Regions for the next 7 months.

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Shooting, not selling feral camels
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We would hope the public get a say as well.


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This shameful exercise has been a disaster from day one. No planning or consultation, just bullying, misleading the public and wasting money we don’t have.
Now it’s if you can’t do what I think is best for you, you can’t have anything.
This is not being a leader its being a dictator.


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Neil, the government formed a group to advise them where would be the best site for the gallery.
Half way through they, the Government, ask them to consider the Anzac Hill site. They did, and rejected it for several reason, all stated in the report.
I don’t have the report in front of me, but reasons for rejection were, the area was prone to flooding, there were sacred sites near by and I think lack of parking.


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This is about as low as you can go, NT Government and Centralian Advocate.


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