‘Lived and loved’: Tributes flow for NT politician’s son after fatal motorbike crash in Greece


Independent member for Araluen, Alice Springs, Robyn Lambley has remembered her son, Harry “Digger” Lambley as someone who “lived and loved” after he died earlier this week in a motorbike crash in Greece.

Harry, 23, was holidaying in Greece with friends from Alice Springs when the accident occured on Wednesday. It is understood another man from Alice Springs was also injured in the crash.

Speaking with NT News, Mrs Lambley said: “Harry Digger Lambley brought fun and joy to the world.”

“Territory born and bred, Harry lived and loved in his short 23 years. He will be sadly missed by his family and his many friends.”

In offering his condolences, fellow Alice Springs MLA, Bill Yan described Harry’s passing as an “absolute tragedy” and “a loss for the entire Central Australian community.”

“Harry was a good young Central Australian who’ll be sorely missed,” he added.

Harry as a young cricket rising star. Photo: NT News.

Friend John Chisholm also paid his respects, writing: “We love you Harry, make everyone up there smile like you did for us.”

“Crickets not going to be the same without you my little bro, thank you for the memories that I’ll cherish till we meet again,” he added.

It is unclear whether Mrs Lambley, who has been on the campaign trail, will take a break from her parliamentary position.

Source: NT News




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