The Northern Territory news Mon 14 Dec 2009
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www.ntnews.com.au Northern Territory News, Monday, December 14, 2009 7 P U B : NTNE-WS-DA-TE:14-DGE:7 CO-LO-R: C-M Y-K Victoria Bitter POWERFUL TERRITORY TASTES Hahn Premium LightBarefoot RadlerCrown Lager 120 120 24 BROOKE DAVID HOLDShis ranking. As the boss of Ausfuels, the biggest fuel distributor in theNT, has enormous power in the businessworld. But he shouldnt be blamed solely for the high cost of fuel he sets the bowser price, but that price is controlled to a great extent bywhat he is charged in Singapore. 22 DEAN and KERRYOSBORNE DEBUT: Kerry (right) and Dean Osborne NEWentries. Heads ofOsborne Family Holdings, which built Hastings overMindil and is building the $260million TheAvenue complex, a development that is likely to change the dynamics of Darwin city. Kerry is also behind the Signature home IT systemand is head of the newly formed developers organisation, theNT UrbanDevelopment Institute. THOSE WHO ARE POWERLESS, TO A CERTAIN EXTENT, BUT SHOULDNT BE 23 10 TERRY MILLS UPFROM33. Doesnt have as much influence on theCLP hierarchy aswould be expected, but still very popular with rank and file party supporters. Labor doing so badly at the last electionmay have ruined his retirement plans, but he is in the enviable position for a politician of being able to choose the time of his going. 21 JOHN ELFERINK 18 UPFROM39. TheCLP strategist has great influence overOpposition policy. Despite his propensity to make crude remarks in Parliament, now themost likely to succeed TerryMills. Could beChiefMinister come August 2012. JOHN FRIEND NTSalvation Army head. He helps solve the homeless problem and, by extension, relievemental health housing issues. The Salvos would do much better if the federal and Territory governments lived up to rhetoric and funded themproperly. ANN BUXTON & IAN FISHER THE heads of Anglicare. Ms Buxton (pictured) is the acting chief but will revert to her usual role as second in chargewhen new boss Ian Fisher takes over today. Anglicare runs services throughout NT, including family dispute resolution offices. MARGARET LAMBERT & JANET BUHAGIAR PRESIDENT and chief executive of St Vincent de Paul, the Catholic organisation that provides food and shelter to Darwins homeless. In talks with Government for better accommodation. JAYNE LLOYD HEADof Catholic Care, formerly known as Centacare, which runswelfare services throughout the Territory. DAVID COLE HEADof the Balunu Foundation, a charity that tries to steer high-risk teenagers into a useful and meaningful life. Passionate about his work. WENDY MORTON & JONATHAN PILBROW THE executive director andCentral Australian policy officer of theNT Council of Social Service speak for thosewho have no effective voice of their own
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