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Behind closed doors, council may be caving on Anzac Oval

By KIERAN FINNANE The Town Council has requested mediation, provided for under the Land Acquisition Act, as the NT Government pursues compulsory acquisition of Anzac...

Gallery for Anzac, native title consent or not

By ERWIN CHLANDA The government will push ahead with its proposed national Aboriginal art gallery on the Anzac Oval precinct no matter what is decided...

Way forward for nation-building projects – south of the Gap

 

Harold Furber (pictured) and Owen Cole, Chair and Deputy Chair of the Steering Committee of the National Indigenous Culture Centre, describe as “tragic” the unnecessary division caused by the proposed compulsory acquisition of the Anzac Oval site. The solution is to co-locate the gallery with the culture centre on the Desert Knowledge Precinct.

Gallery row: Remember the dam?

 

 

If the gallery is built as fast as the flood mitigation dam at Junction Waterhole (pictured), then don't hold your breath. ALEX NELSON is looking at the similarities between the two projects.

Wakefield ready for fight: affirms intention to acquire oval

 

 

 

“The Town Council is not willing to negotiate, so we will acquire the land,” she told the Alice Springs News, following the Town Council resolution to challenge any such move. KIERAN FINNANE reports.

Anzac Oval compulsory acquisition would be a first

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"There are no known records of NT Government compulsory acquisition of land owned by a NT Local Government Authority," MLA for Araluen Robyn Lambley (at left) is told. The government would need to provide “just terms compensation”, says Town Council CEO Rex Mooney (at right).  ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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