Will the New Normal get a handle on vital projects which governments – Territory and local – have failed to tackle? Some issues, and there are many more, that were raised by Alice Springs News readers over the past quarter century. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.
On 23 March 2020, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the world, the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called for a global ceasefire. We call on the Australian Government to support the UN Secretary General’s call, writes The Independent and Peaceful Australia Network (IPAN).
Minister Dale Wakefield may be “ready to pull the trigger” on compulsory acquisition of Anzac Oval to allow the government’s plans for the national Aboriginal art gallery (NAAG) to proceed, but Alice Springs Town Councillors are pushing back.
UPDATE, 1.50pm: The Town Council will challenge any attempt by the NT Government to compulsorily acquire Anzac Oval.
With the debt of $1.8 billion blown out to $6.2 billion predicted this year the Gunner Government only wants to be judged on how the National Cabinet has handled COVID-19 and for us to forget its management before that, writes Opposition Leader Lea Finocchiaro (pictured).
After the devastation of the 2019-20 bushfire season, now is not the time to be leaving funding for fire management programs in the lurch, write politicians including Warren Snowdon MP (at left) and Senator Malarndirri McCarthy.
Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend the consumption of 65g/day cooked red meat, which is equivalent to 455g a week of cooked red meat as part of a healthy diet because red meat is considered the most important protein source for iron and zinc, writes Ashley Manicaros (pictured), CEO, Northern Territory Cattlemen’s Association.