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Peter Black 'deluded': MP

Monday, 3rd September, 2012

John Williams John Williams

Williams takes swipe at Black

By Erica Visser

Mayoral candidate Peter Black was "deluded" if he believed he had a good relationship with State ministers, according to local State MP John Williams.

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New policies are 'already in place'

Friday, 31st August, 2012

By Erica Visser

Nine out of 10 of Team Black's local election policies are already in place, according to Mayor Wincen Cuy.

Former mayor, Peter Black, presented his 10-step policy platform at a community forum on Tuesday night.

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Getting personal

Thursday, 30th August, 2012

From top left, clockwise: Wincen Cuy, Darriea Turley, Peter Black, John Groenindijk From top left, clockwise: Wincen Cuy, Darriea Turley, Peter Black, John Groenindijk

Mayoral candidates go on the attack

By Erica Visser

A mayoral candidate forum that aimed to give people a chance to decide where to cast their vote was overshadowed by personal attacks.

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Tucker questions Angell’s loyalty

Wednesday, 29th August, 2012

Election candidate, Alan Tucker, says he is the original “mouth from the South” Election candidate, Alan Tucker, says he is the original “mouth from the South”

By Erica Visser

Council candidate, Alan Tucker, has questioned Black Ticket member, Larry Angell's love of South Broken Hill.

Mr Tucker, a selfproclaimed "mouth from the South", said that he had long been a lone voice for the area on such things as the Coles supermarket, the upkeep of parks and ovals, and roads and footpaths.

Mr Angell, a Duff Street resident, last week said he would be an advocate for the same issues if elected to City Council on September 8.

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'We'll be South's voice'

Tuesday, 28th August, 2012

Local election candidate, Larry Angell, said he would represent South residents if he is elected. Local election candidate, Larry Angell, said he would represent South residents if he is elected.

By Erica Visser

Council candidate, Larry Angell, has one answer for anyone who accuses him of trying to tap into to the "South vote".

"Come out here, you'll love it - it's the best part of town," Mr Angell said.

Mr Angell and fellow Black independent ticket member, Carol Rowlands, have declared they will "stand up for South residents" in the upcoming City Council elections.

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