The police controls what facts are used in government statistics about the fight against crime on which the Giles Government stakes its future. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. Image from a local Facebook thread.
Chief Minister Adam Giles should immediately release the findings of the NT Hydraulic Fracturing Inquiry handed to him late last week, write Jimmy Cocking, Director Arid Lands Environment Centre, and Tanya Hall, Central Australian Frack-free Coordinator.
The Giles government is struggling to gain ground, to grasp some kind of credibility on its goal of reinvigorating the private sector. But it remains, it seems, blissfully unaware of just how unachievable that goal is while its bureaucracy remains hamstrung by the reams of legislation and regulation that 12 years of inept socialist Labor government inflicted on the system.