The Northern Territory Government has today announced an additional nine (9) positive COVID-19 cases have been identified in the Northern Territory overnight bringing the total number of cases for this cluster to eleven (11). All new cases are close household contacts of the original two (2) cases.
Roper Gulf Regional Council has received a generous donation of 200 skateboards and helmets from a number of school students in Melbourne, Victoria, to be distributed to the remote communities in the Roper Gulf region.
The Northern Territory Government has announced that Katherine has been put into a COVID-19 lockdown for 72 Hours (3 days) from 12:01am on Friday 05 November until 12:01am Monday 08 November 2021, due to recording a positive case.
The fourth sitting Council for the Roper Gulf region have elected Tony Jack from the South West Gulf Ward as Mayor of Roper Gulf Regional Council. The new Council sat for the first time today, Wednesday 29 September 2021, with its inaugural order of business to appoint a Mayor and Deputy Mayor to...
Roper Gulf Regional Council is celebrating a great outcome of its Community Development Program in Borroloola, seeing strong participation in local training opportunities by job seekers to prepare for local employment.
This survey is designed to inform the development of the Roper Gulf Regional Council Strategic Plan 2022-2027. The basis of Roper Gulf Regional Council’s direction is a Strategic Plan that outlines the Vision, Mission, Goals and strategies of the organisation.
The Northern Territory Government has announced that the lockdown in the Katherine region has been lifted as of 12:00pm today, Friday 20 August 2021, with no new cases being recorded in the last 24 hours.
The Northern Territory Government has announced that as of 1:00pm on Wednesday 18 August 2021, no additional COVID-19 cases have been found. The lockdown for the Katherine Region and the Greater Darwin Area may lift tomorrow as scheduled (Thursday 19 August 2021 at 12:00pm).
Roper Gulf Regional Council has been closely monitoring the recent advice from the Northern Territory Government (NTG) and Secure NT regarding the state’s positive COVID-19 case and the 72-hour lockdown in place for the Greater Darwin and Katherine regions.
The Chief Minister of the Northern Territory has formally announced that as of 1300hrs on 02 July 2021 all lockdowns have ceased i.e. the lockdown in the Greater Darwin Area and the lockdown in Alice Springs.
The Chief Minister has today announced a 72 hour lock-down for Alice Springs. As yet there are no further updates for the Roper Gulf and Katherine Regions, however, in line with the Northern Territory Government’s recommendations, all unnecessary travel should be avoided.
Roper Gulf Regional Council has been closely monitoring the recent advice from the Northern Territory Government (NTG) and Secure NT regarding the state’s positive COVID-19 cases and the lockdown in the Greater Darwin Area.
The Official Opening Ceremony of the Rocky Creek Bridge will be held in Borroloola on Wednesday 19 May 2021, from 12:00pm to 1:00pm. Residents of Borroloola and the surrounding region have enjoyed the benefits of the $6.7m bridge during the past La Niña wet season, following its completion in...
Applications for Round 3 of Council’s 2020/21 Community Grants Program will be closing on 11 April 2021 at 11:59pm. Roper Gulf Regional Council runs a Community Grants Program to support different projects within the region.
Roper Gulf Regional Council has provided an additional $196,000 in funding to award the contract for the construction of a shade structure over the Borroloola Basketball Courts, which will occur within the next month.
In recognising the needs of our people, an extensive analysis on the financial impact of not increasing these charges was undertaken and it was decided that the overall effect would be negligible to Council’s services.