The Territory Alliance, if elected, will ban fracking in the Northern Territory due to widespread community concern and the unviable economic case of this controversial practice, writes TA Leader Terry Mills (pictured).
"The police will not be running around the streets at night throwing innocent children into paddy wagons and locking them up. This strategy is not about criminalising children. If they cannot go home, they will be taken to a safe house where they can stay until a responsible adult is found," says Deputy Leader Robyn Lambley.
Indigenous policies of the Territory Alliance provide a string of new reference groups, advisory panels, task forces, hubs and incubators. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. A statue by Mark Egan at the Aileron Roadhouse illustrates the party's policy document.
A prominent local puts her hand up for the Territory Alliance in Braitling held by Labor by the slimmest of margins. And the Chief Minister gets a caning for the keeping the West Macs locked down and his four year long futile campaign for a national Aboriginal gallery. The 2020 election campaign gathers momentum. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: Robyn Lambley, Terry Mills and Dale McIver neatly separated during a media event today.