Councillor Eli Melky revealed a certain ignorance of Australian history at last night's council meeting, suggesting that appeals be made to the Governor-General to help Alice Springs deal with its “crime wave”. Since 1975, the year of Prime Minister Gough Whitlam’s dismissal, the intervention of the G-G in our politics and governance has been a sore point for many Australians. KIERAN FINNANE reports.
"We are here and really positive and happy to work towards a bright future for everyone,” says MLA Chansey Paech, who led today's NAIDOC march. He also comments on Harold Furber's announcement about merging the national Indigenous art gallery and the cultural centre projects. KIERAN FINNANE reports.
Tomorrow's Show will be a snapshot of the hardiness and pioneering spirit of people in The Centre, says Governor General. He spoke with ERWIN CLANDA. He is pictured with Nerys Evans and Ted Egan at a reception hosted by Mayor Damien Ryan yesterday.