Tuesday, August 11, 2020

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Jobs, jobs, jobs – really?

 

 

 

Will this $53m economy revival project keep the jobs creation promises that Eva Lawler (pictured) is making? ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Land planning favours developers, says residents group

 

Land planning activist Margaret Clinch (pictured) says it's clear the government wants to use planning to crank up the economy by endorsing applications from developers and creating work for builders at the expense of the lifestyle of people in the neighbourhoods. At right: Demolition of Anzac High in Alice Springs.

 

UPDATE November 30: Ms Clinch says the department has extended the time for submissions to Friday, December 6.

ICAC boss criticises Anzac High advice from public service

 

 

"It is critically important that the executive officers bring rigour to the role that they perform so that we, for example, can see a trail of decision making, matters documented, and the like," ICAC boss Ken Fleming told ABC Radio about the process leading to the decision by Minister Eva Lawler to proceed with the demolition of the historic school (pictured). Report by ERWIN CHLANDA.

Minister Lawler determined to demolish Anzac High

 

Minister for Infrastructure Eva Lawler "did not want to hear what we were saying" about planned demolition of the school, writes Brenda Shields. PHOTO courtesy Alex Nelson.

 

UPDATE August 1: Demolition tender let.

Preaching 'treading carefully' then sending in the bulldozers

2583 Kilgariff denuded 1 north SM

 

 

Kilgariff expansion, the spin: "Natural ground cover is preserved wherever possible and disturbance of land not directly required for development is avoided." The fact: Dozens of hectares graded barren. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Town planning farce: Lawler dodges the hard questions

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Opening a park is clearly the extent of the abilities of the NT lands minister Eva Lawler. She is pictured at the microphone. The Development Consent Authority can do what it likes? ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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