Tuesday, May 11, 2021

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Gallery director unfazed by project’s record of conflict

EXCLUSIVE by KIERAN FINNANE Freshly appointed senior director of the government’s proposed National Aboriginal Art Gallery (NAAG), Tracy Puklowski, first came to Alice Springs two...

Standoff over Anzac Oval for gallery crescendoes

 

Minister Dale Wakefield may be “ready to pull the trigger” on compulsory acquisition of Anzac Oval to allow the government’s plans for the national Aboriginal art gallery (NAAG) to proceed, but Alice Springs Town Councillors are pushing back.

 

UPDATE, 1.50pm: The Town Council will challenge any attempt by the NT Government to compulsorily acquire Anzac Oval.

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