The Gunner Labor government has come under sustained scrutiny as questions over its standards of transparency and staff behaviour have consumed another day of NT Parliament.
- A CLP politician has accused an unnamed government staffer of threatening behaviour
- The staffer has apologised, but the government declined to refer the matter for investigation
- It follows a week of intense criticism over the Gunner government’s handling of various issues
Over the past week, the Member for Blain, Mark Turner, was expelled from the Labor caucus after Michael Gunner told Parliament he failed to be upfront over his intimate relationship with a “private citizen”.
A Labor staff member also resigned over the issue and, while that person was named in…