Barking dogs probably have something to do with the never …

Comment on Lucky the Town Council isn’t in the forestry business by Interested Darwin Observer.

Barking dogs probably have something to do with the never ending crime wave. The dogs are no doubt as anxious as the owners.
Regarding the tree: Plant a few more!

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Federation Party announces candidates: more councillors joining the fray
Arrunta Man – Not so sure of your theory.
Marli will struggle to be anywhere near competitive in Braitling. Catherine will also have a tough time find relevance in Namatjira. Kenny in Gwoya I am not so sure, but I would anticipate a Labor win there.


Federation Party announces candidates: more councillors joining the fray
This is a legitimate question to the candidates or the party leader:

Have any of the candidates established and operated a successful company and if so, what was it?

I see Marli is described as a “business woman” but this is somewhat vague.

Government is a business, when you don’t run it as a business you end up with endless programs and massive debts – just like what we currently have.


Person offences up, property down, in lock-down month
Detag, a word of advice: When you bring ones skin tone and biological appendages into an argument you have already lost the point you hoped to make.


Jobs, jobs, jobs – really?
While your at it, perhaps would be good to ask about the number of NTPS jobs, slowly, discretely but surely heading north from Alice to Darwin.


Curfew a child protection measure: Territory Alliance
Maybe we could understand the impact on crime during what was essentially a “curfew” during the Covid-19 (over)reaction if the crime data was released.
Has anyone not wondered why April’s data is now five weeks overdue? In fact May’s data is due today also!


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