Wednesday, May 12, 2021

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Town Council asked Anzac Oval owners who said 'no'




The question has become, is the council a responsive government, or are they just another government? Hal Duell (pictured) is asking the question.

Is the Stuart statue next?




History denial may be on a return trip to Alice Springs, fears Hal Duell.


Careening toward an abyss



Tired of the oligarchs? Use the vote to fight them, writes HAL DUELL.


Voting Independent is not a waste of time




History has shown that any government holding unchecked power will almost certainly abuse that power, writes HAL DUELL.


In Banda Aceh, hijabs are colourful




Sharia Law a worry? Not in one of Australia's island neighbours, reports Alice Springs writer HAL DUELL.


TIO: It's all over




The Territory Insurance Office has been sold, a price agreed and there’s nothing left to negotiate except perhaps a few minor details concerning the details of transfer.


Multi-faith openings of council meetings are a good thing





With people from all around the world living in Alice, what better way to start council meetings than with prayers from many religions?

Shopping for a hijab can be fun





While walking between tour agents one afternoon comparing their prices for a sunrise trip to the top of the local volcano, my eye was caught by the sign over a hijab store in Malang, Java.

A lesson from mining that went bad




I was picked up this morning from my hotel under the Surabaya airport’s flight path and taken to the mud flats at nearby Lapindo. There’s a lesson in those flats for prospective miners who do not take sufficient care. It seems a company was drilling for gas and managed to puncture one of our planet’s membranes.

Dogs to scare kids as cops are busy at bottleshops




Bottle shop watch takes cops from street patrols – and do the kids know it! COMMENT by HAL DUELL.


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