In these challenging economic times, when the National Library and Information Service workers have to bring their own toilet paper and where maxi-taxi school drivers are not paid on time and where the Government closes down money losing companies, why did TTT receive $12 million subsidy when it earned $10 million?
In this day and age of cable television and the Internet, where multimedia is commercially competitive, why does the Rowley Government still prop up this post-colonial media relic of the past?
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