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Fracked gas our only hope: Northern Institute professor

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Boosting employment by giving gas the green light, and not doubling the "tradies’ subsidies" are recommendations by local economist Rolf Gerritsen (pictured).

 

CLP fiasco: Now Oz is laughing about us, not with us

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CDU professor Rolf Gerritsen (pictured) looks at a tumultuous week when a handful of CLP politicians were prepared to destroy the Territory's elected government if Adam Giles could not remain Chief Minister. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Alice professor on Desert Knowledge CRC blacklist?

UPDATE Fri 1.30pm: Blackballed professor raises more issues: was student's livelihood threatened by Desert Knowledge CRC? Still no comment from the CRC.

 

The proposed co-operation between the Desert Knowledge movement and Charles Darwin University (CDU) is off to a rocky start with the apparent boycott of Professor Rolf Gerritsen.

He is the university's senior and most prominent member in Alice Springs, a frequent public commentator on a range of issues, as the Professorial Research Fellow in the region for the The Northern Institute. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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