'That community government mob' : local government in small Northern Territory communities
Controversy surrounds the introduction of a new and unusual form of local government into small Aboriginal, non-Aboriginal and mixed communities in the Northern Territory of Australia. ¶ The NT government introduced community government legislation in 1978. It was designed to meet what the government perceived as the needs of small communities and was intended as a less elaborate local government option for those communities for which full municipal government was deemed inappropriate. The...[Show more]
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