Media Release: 13.05.16 Funding failure threatens safety in remote towns

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 “It’s only a matter of time before the uncontrolled populations of Buffalo, Cattle, Horses and Donkeys cause injury or death in our remote towns in Roper Gulf,” Mayor Tony Jack said today, following the rejection of Council’s application for funds through the Aboriginal Benefits Trust for stock exclusion grids and fencing around five Roper Gulf Towns.

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. They are already causing damage at night to gardens, grassed areas and irrigation systems and residents are frightened to go out.

We have had some near misses but thankfully we have had no injuries. Continue reading

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Request for Tender – Ngukurr Various Road Projects

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Roper Gulf Regional Council is seeking tenders to undertake various road and footpath projects in the township of Ngukurr.

Tenders are welcome from Suitably qualified companies for the above works.

For more additional information and tender documents please visit The Tenderlink website

http://www.tenderlink.com/ropergulf or email  marc.gardner@ropergulf.nt.gov.au

Closing date for the full tender responses must be received by:

2:00pm (Australian CST) ,Friday 27th May 2016.

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April Newsletter is now available

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cover page   – Staff Profile – Greg Arnott

– One Night every five years

– Where is Mataranka School?

– Out and about Photos

– Never Smile at Crocodile

– Centrelink Agent

– Ombudsman visit to Beswick

– Local Government Act Review

 

April Newsletter is ready to read! [PDF]

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