On the 29th of August, four youth from Numbulwar community attended that National Indigenous Tennis Carnival in Darwin. The three day event was entertaining and challenging for the four community members that attended.
The Roper Gulf Regional Council 2019-2020 Regional Plan is now completed. Staff at the Roper Gulf Regional Council Office’s in Barunga, Beswick, Bulman, Borroloola, Jilkminggan, Manyallaluk, Mataranka, Ngukurr and Numbulwar will be able to help you access the document.
Please be advised that the Manyallaluk Access Road will be receiving maintenance grade works to provide a good running surface and cross fall free of corrugations, depressions and potholes. The works are due to commence on 09 July 2019 and are expected to be completed by 16 July 2019.
The Roper Gulf Regional Council 2019-2020 Regional Plan is now publicly available for inspection and can be viewed at any Roper Gulf Regional Council Office in Barunga, Beswick, Bulman, Borroloola, Jilkminggan, Manyallaluk, Mataranka, Ngukurr and Numbulwar or via the link below for the next 21 days.
The communities of Barunga and Ngukurr will benefit from a multi-million dollar oval lighting upgrade in the Roper Gulf region, thanks to a collaboration between the local Council and Northern Territory Government Department of Tourism, Sport and Culture.
New playgrounds infrastructure is currently being installed across the Roper Gulf Region in accordance with several grants provided by the Territory Government. With a combined funding totaling $479,000 (GST Exclusive), the new equipment will have a positive impact in a number of communities.
Roper Gulf Regional Council has engaged Urban Space Design to undertake public consultation around the future aspirations of Ngukurr and surrounding communities Sport and Recreation facilities and infrastructure.
Nominations for one South West Gulf Ward Councillor position open tomorrow on the 13th of March 2019. Links to the nomination form, as well as a form to enroll to vote so you can be part of the election, are below. Nomination period will end on the 22nd of March at 12:00pm.
Roper Gulf Regional Council are pleased to announce the 2019 recipients of the Australia Day Awards. There are three categories; Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year and Community Event of the Year. Recipients are nominated by fellow members of their community for their hard work and...
The communities of Borroloola and Mataranka will soon benefit from a collaboration between Local Council and the Federal Governments Stronger Communities Programme, with a grant approved to upgrade the Cenotaph in both town parks.
Works of art often tell stories, and thanks to Carolyn Renolds from Lake Bennett Resort donating craft supplies to the Aged Care Centres in the Roper Gulf Region, many elders are able to preserve the stories from the past for future generations.
This year marks an important milestone in the history of our organisation, ten years of Local Government in the Roper Gulf Region. Since the 1st of July 2008, when the Council was officially established following significant Local Government reforms in the Northern Territory, these 14 individuals...
Roper Gulf Regional Council are pleased to announce the 2018 Graduates receiving their Certificate III in Community Safety Night Patrol. All up the course had 14 graduates from various communities covering the Central Arnhem and Roper Region. The students were honored at a special Charles Darwin...
The four Councils in the Big Rivers Region in the Northern Territory (NT) have joined forces and gone into contract with scrap metal collector Sims Metal Management, who will go out to the remote towns and remove the scrap metal.
Roper Gulf Regional Council encourages all staff to take a safety moment everyday this October, to help reinforce good workplace safety practices. This can be as simple as spending a few minutes every morning talking about the hazards and risks in your workplace, and the ways to prevent them.
Looking for fun activities to keep the kids entertained this school holidays? Roper Gulf Regional Council has developed a program of sports and social events in each community for the October school break – check out the links to find out what’s on in your region.
Roper Gulf Regional Council is pleased to confirm Beswick resident Deanna Kennedy has been elected as the new Nyirranggulung Ward Councillor, following the close of vote counting by the Northern Territory Electoral Commission.
Roper Gulf Regional Council is urging remote communities to help promote child safety awareness this White Balloon Day, as the organisation moves to strengthen its own youth safety policies during National Child Protection Week (2-7 September).