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Territorians need truth on economy and government finances

 

 
 

John Langalount, the Head of the Review into NT Budget repair found that NT Budgets had been treated more like “rough guides” rather than serious financial plans. Now Territorians can expect another “rough guide” for a fiscal outlook. Professor DON FULLER comments, Part 6.

Gunner Government: Budget misuse and democracy collide

 

 

The Territory election is two months away, the COVID-19 shutdown is relaxing, and voters now have to grapple with its impact in the context of  the Gunner Government's fiscal chaos. That has resulted in a record debt – so far – of more than $7 billion. Professor DON FULLER is casting a light on these issues.

Lambley: Gunner Government gives away $5m youth camp

 

 

The Gunner Government has decided to give away to the Aboriginal owners of Loves Creek, near Ross River, east of Alice Springs, $5m worth of infrastructure and equipment from the only government owned boot camp in the NT, writes Robyn Lambley, Independent Member for Araluen. Photo: Management of the camp had its challenges.

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