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Alison Anderson – a political force of nature hangs up her spurs

Alison Anderson – a political force of nature hangs up her spurs

We have to have faith in the future with young people like Chansey [Paech, Labor candidate for Namatjira]. The future is theirs. Our time has to come to an end at some stage at some stage and young people have to take over ... the same with Scotty [McConnell, Labor candidate] in Stuart – they are two very, very tough candidates and they are good human beings and yes, I support both of them. Alison Anderson, 3 August 2016.

The CLP’s greatest hits – 2012 to 2016

The CLP’s greatest hits – 2012 to 2016

“ … a rancid dead dog.” Ex-CLP leader Jodeen Carney. Northern Territory News. July 2015, channeling an Adam Giles quote from 2009.

“See that shiny thing?” Adventures in the language of politics and the politics of language in the Northern Territory

“See that shiny thing?” Adventures in the language of politics and the politics of language in the Northern Territory

Dickson and others are right to claim that our parliaments are killing Aboriginal languages, but they aren’t doing it by denying their occasional use by parliamentarians. The linguistic killing fields are not in the NT parliamentary precinct but in the dozens of small Territory townships where on every school-day kids walk out of their houses where English is spoken as a third, fourth or fifth language and up the road to spend the day in a mono-lingual classroom.

Adam Giles – last man standing on the CLP’s ship of fools?

Adam Giles – last man standing on the CLP’s ship of fools?

Whoever wins the next NT election will face daunting political and economic challenges. Arrogance, hubris, venality and rank political stupidity have proven a fatal combination for the CLP, a party that could once claim pride of place in Territory politics. Right now it is little more than a shambling, punchdrunk rabble.

Robyn Lambley on the ‘politics of hate, discord and lies’ – the ‘dark, unpleasant, amoral cabal’ that rules the NT

Robyn Lambley on the ‘politics of hate, discord and lies’ – the ‘dark, unpleasant, amoral cabal’ that rules the NT

Robyn Lambley on NT Chief Minister Adam Giles: 'This is the Chief Minister whose modus operandi is to eliminate, execute, annihilate and assassinate – and of course has no use for the truth.'

NT Parliament calls for Foundation 51 inquiry. CLP spits dummy.

NT Parliament calls for Foundation 51 inquiry. CLP spits dummy.

Gerry Wood: "People in the NT would like to know what the truth is, they want to see a system of elections that is not tainted, they want to see a government bringing out policies that are not favoured or tainted by whether someone is a donor to the party."

Alison Anderson, John Elferink and the second person accusative.

Alison Anderson, John Elferink and the second person accusative.

"A point of order, Madam Speaker! She remains in breach. She is using the second person accusative rather than the third person referencing her comments through the Chair."

With the top end of town in the Top End – the CLP’s Foundation 51

With the top end of town in the Top End – the CLP’s Foundation 51

Has the NSW disease spread to the big end of town in the Top End? What are the links between the CLP and the secretive Foundation 51?

The “Typhoid Mary” of NT politics and the Blain by-election.

The “Typhoid Mary” of NT politics and the Blain by-election.

How the north was won - Alison Anderson and Matthew Cranitch got the CLP over the line in Blain.

NT Politics. Why the Gang of Three was (almost) right.

NT Politics. Why the Gang of Three was (almost) right.

"If ever I've met a racist group of people, I've met them in the Country Liberal Party," Alison Anderson, 2014.