Roper Gulf Regional Council wishes to congratulate its elected members who were presented with Long Service Awards at the Local Government Association of the Northern Territory (LGANT) Annual General Meeting last week.
Roper Gulf Regional Council is extremely proud to announce that 'Our Barunga Dogs' won the ALIA NT Regional & Remote Merit Award for 2022! The creation of this book is part of the Deadly Dogs Storytelling Project which is run by Council and delivered by StoryProjects.
Last week we had 6 staff members from Roper Gulf Regional Council attend the National Indigenous Empowerment Summit (NIES) in Darwin. The conference focus was on harnessing the potential of the Indigenous community for continued prosperity and growth.
Roper Gulf Regional Council is pleased to announce the appointment of David Hurst as General Manager Council Services and Community Engagement and Cindy Haddow as General Manager Corporate Services and Sustainability.
This week a group of Council's Media Officers and Community Safety staff participated in Mobile Media training with Batchelor Institute to learn how to use devises such as tablets and phones to conduct professional interviews and create videos in community for use on radio or social media.
Earlier this month, our Animal Program Manager Kay Doust and Councillor Edwin Nunggumajbarr attended the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Environmental Health (NATSIEH) Conference in Darwin.
A big thank you to everyone from the Mataranka and Jilkminggan Community Development Program (CDP) who came and helped tidy up some police housing in Mataranka this morning before the new tenants go in.