They have just got a bee in their Labor Party …

Comment on Wakefield ready for fight: affirms intention to acquire oval by Garth.

They have just got a bee in their Labor Party bonnets that they will build this gallery.
All the airy fairy figures they quote are very hard to believe at best.
With a smidge of luck they won’t be around after August anyway.

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The ramblings of a doomed politician.


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Clearly? Very ironic that the minister for not answering questions would use that term. About the only clear thing about this whole scenario is that the Labour Party clearly have NFI what they are doing.


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Ditto Mr Melky. The two ministers are like a couple of two year olds squabbling over a lollipop.


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Maybe Moss and Wakefield need to ask why their offer is being rejected.
The Government has come in trying to be a bully and insist that everything has to happen because they want it to.
Pretty sure they won’t be around next year the way their government is going.
Personally I find the figures suggested as to how many “extra” tourists are going to come here per year to see this gallery is spin.
With the reputation Alice is getting for anti-social behaviour I think the numbers will drop.
If the government had tried working with the people from the start they might have got further.


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Over 1000 extra visitors per week? Really? And up to 245 jobs.
I like the get out of jail phrase “up to”.
Maybe find out where it SHOULD be built to satisfy those who will most likely be supplying the stock first.


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