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Aboriginal art gallery: it's spin or nothing

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Neither the NT Government nor the the native title organisation Lhere Artepe will release details of negotiations that would define the role of Aboriginal people in the multi million dollar project . ERWIN CHLANDA reports. Mark Crees, interim director of the project implementation team is pictured with Ministers Moss and Wakefield.

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.

Wakefield insists on Anzac Oval, ignores majority

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What the public prefers is totally different to what the NT government prefers. And the minister (pictured) is fabricating reasons why the Feds will deny us funds unless we do it their way. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Private chats with govt heavy: mixed results

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The Chief Minister's chief minder didn't have a fantastic strike rate with his bid for one-on-ones with Town Council members about the National Indigenous Art Gallery: Cr Cocking and Cr Auricht (left) were clearly in no mood for behind closed door tactics. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Grand scheme meets small minds

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"It's the tourism, stupid." Planning for a grand "national" art gallery descends into small town bickering as visitor spending is in a massive 12-year long decline. Photo: No, this ain't the new Alice art gallery. It's the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao which turned a grimy industrial city into super destination for tourists. COMMENT by ERWIN CHLANDA.

UPDATE 5:40pm: Response from Tourism Minister Lauren Moss.

Art gallery consultation flawed: Opposition

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The government withheld information that should have been before the public in a proper consultation process prior to making a decision on the Anzac Oval location, writes Gary Higgins, Leader of the Opposition. IMAGE from the report released today: A house of cards?

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