Tuesday, May 18, 2021

The freedom of the press still furnishes that check upon government which no constitution has ever been able to provide – Chicago Tribune.

Tags Alison Anderson

Tag: Alison Anderson

NT should become the Switzerland of the Southern Hemisphere

2601 Kelvin McCann SM2601 Singapore SMThe Northern Territory is part of a country that does not assassinate its leaders, has a democratic system of electing leadership, and appears to other countries in the Asia Pacific region as a stable place. For Chinese, Japanese, Malaysian, Vietnamese, and Indonesians, amongst others, to safely bank private fortunes away from their own turbulent economies is just what they need, writes KELVIN McCANN (pictured). He deplores that the NT Government is turning a deaf ear to suggestions of capitalising on these opportunities. At right: Singapore is making it happen.

Schools, order, justice are the coalface, not resources

p2290-McConnell-biking-SM

Planning on the long term needs to replace the "a project announcement a day" politics, says Labor's candidate in Stuart and keen supporter of mountain biking, Scott McConnell (although he's bringing up the rear in this picture by The Australian). He says he's "quite concerned about the implication of widespread fracking." Mr McConnell spoke with ERWIN CHLANDA.

 

Firebrands United: Block gas, oil production, says Anderson

p2167-sovereignty-meeting-1

The meet and greet of Aboriginal people this morning, in town for a two-day national convention on sovereignty, was star-studded and animated. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Palmer pushes for Federal probe of NT electoral donations

p2158-Clive-Palmer-1

 

 

The Palmer United Party will seek a Senate inquiry into the activities of the Northern Territory government following moves to scrap an independent investigation into NT political donations, writes the party's Federal Leader, Clive Palmer.

The power of 'we'

p2135 Strehlow Anderson

p2135-Strehlow-Sutton

“Where do we go from here?” The theme of the just concluded Strehlow Conference may have sounded disarmingly open-ended but its difficulty was soon apparent. That two-letter word ‘we’ could not paper over the cracks between ‘them’ and ‘us’. The ‘us’ more often than not were whitefellas – people of professional expertise – talking about the blackfella ‘them’, until the tables turned. KIERAN FINNANE reports. Pictured: Alison Anderson MLA (left) and Professor Peter Sutton (right).

Whitegate row headed for national attention?

 p2148-Whitegate-womenSMComments at a protest rally this morning by residents of the Whitegate camp and their supporters made it clear they are set to seek national attention for the NT government's plans to close the settlement on the town's fringe. PHOTO (seated, from left) – Felicity Hayes, Theresa Ryder, Leonie Palmer and MK Turner. Behind Ms Ryder is Ursula Nicholoff-Johnson. Jack Hayes (with hat). At right in the photo are Natalie Wasley, Rod Moss and Kat Hope (with baby). ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Kurrupuwu defection dark day for the Territory, Aboriginal people: Anderson

p2005alison

 

The decision of fellow MLA, Francis Kurrupuwu, to leave the Palmer United Party and return to the Country Liberals is a dark day for the Territory and Aboriginal people, writes Alison Anderson, Palmer United Party Northern Territory Leader and Member for Namatjira.

 

PUP: And then there were two …

2147 Francis Xavier Kurrupuwu

 

The Palmer United Party in the NT has lost a third of its Parliamentary wing with the defection of Francis Xavier Kurrupuwu (pictured) back to the CLP. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. 

 

Tollner rejected, Anderson says Giles phoned PUP

p2009alison

 

Palmer United Party leader Alison Anderson says she would not comment about any coalition with Labor before consulting with her two colleagues, Larisa Lee and Francis Xavier Kurrupuwu. She was speaking after Dave Tollner failed last night to regain his position of Deputy Leader. Mr Tollner has gone on a two-week break, leaving the future of the Giles Government in limbo. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Giles evades question on Alice nuke dump

p1953adamgiles2

 

Chief Minister Adam Giles (pictured) yesterday evaded a question from Namatjira MLA Alison Anderson about a proposed site for a nuclear dump near Alice Springs. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

- Advertisment -

Most Read

Paris on stage, Brunswick in auditorium

REVIEW by OSCAR PERRI For a small theatre group there is a lot of sense to take on Jean Genet’s 1947 play The Maids, with...

Tennant Creek shines in solar investment

By OSCAR PERRI A trial of new water capturing technology is underway in Tennant Creek, with the possibility to open the door for a renewable...

Great weekend for a great sport

By STEVE MENZIES It was a special time at the Pat Gallagher Netball Centre on Friday night and Saturday.  The Alice Springs Netball Association celebrated 50...

The welfare dependency disaster

COMMENT by ROGER STEELE and DON FULLER Photo: Queue outside Centrelink office in Alice Springs. The terrible state of Aboriginal community living standards, particularly in relatively...