Here are our main interviews and stories by our reporters, in the lead-up to the Town Council election on the 28th of this month.
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KIM HOPPER: Survey reveals the town’s likes and dislikes.
PATRICK BEDFORD: Hands-on tourism boss in bid for Mayor.
MARLI BANKS: Complete current projects instead of starting new ones.
ELI MELKY: Five to four block votes a thing of the past.
MICHAEL LIDDLE: Making sense of the rules for two worlds.
MARK COFFEY: Candidate has background in high finance, law & order.
BLAIR MACFARLANE: A career battling the problems with the kids.
Will elections finally fix council’s skate park mess?
KIM HOPPER: Well-scoring Independent in Braitling now shoots for Mayor.
KIM HOPPER to run for councillor only.
MATT PATERSON would be a RRR Mayor.
PATRICK BEDFORD: Voting blocks out, partnerships in.
JIMMY COCKING: Masterplan idea but no costed projects.
JAMES DASH: James ready to do his Dash.
Farewell 13th Town Council.
KIM HOPPER: Recycling should be the fourth R for council.
Council turns back on promising youth initiative.
Kids: See them as our future, not a threat.
JAMIE DE BRENNI quits, may flip numbers in Council.
ALLISON BITAR: Council needs more women and more younger people.
Alice needs Mayor with optimistic vision: CDU.
EDITORIAL COMMENT by ERWIN CHLANDA: It is the people’s election.
Mayor Ryan blocked fracking motions: Green group.
Staff shortages a worry for council youth programs, pool.
MARLI BANKS: Time for a change of the old guard.
MATT PATERSON stands for Mayor.
STEVE BROWN: Racial divide is the major issue.
Mayor, deputy keep distance from COVID.
Councillors split on bullying in chambers.
Council green waste: Operation successful but patient critical.
Deputy Mayor fiddles while Alice burns.
EMILY WEBSTER: Let investments talk in climate debate, say Greens.
AARON BLACKER: Make Alice not just a stepping stone, but a destination.
TOURISM CENTRAL AUSTRALIA: Tourism in strife, but hopefully not for long.
Preference calculators are working up a sweat.
Cattlemen, town council, more in common than meets the eye.