Community-led efforts to increase container recycling in the Central Arnhem Management Area are set to be boosted, following the purchase of a state-of-the-art can crusher and baler by Roper Gulf Regional Council.
More than 400 animals received veterinary treatment in the Northern Territory’s remote Borroloola region last month, thanks to the overwhelming support of volunteers, local organisations and community residents.
A decision to allow fracking within the Northern Territory under tighter regulatory conditions has been met with deep concern by those most likely to be impacted by the development of an unconventional gas industry.
Almost half a million dollars in community infrastructure projects have been rolled-out across the Roper Gulf region this financial year thanks to the ongoing support of the NT Government’s Community Benefit Fund.
The cattle and horses may have been delayed by flooded roads, but even wet weather couldn’t dampen the excitement surrounding a unique junior rodeo clinic and alcohol diversion program held in Mataranka over the weekend.
The lingering monsoonal trough did little to dampen the spirits of the Territory’s latest Community Development Program (CDP) graduates, who proudly received workready qualifications at an official ceremony in Barunga today.
Santa Claus and Elvis Presley have been spotted in Barunga as Roper Gulf Regional Council Community Development Program (CDP) participants work furiously to retain their crown as the kings and queens of festive season floats.
Minister for Indigenous Affairs Nigel Scullion has today congratulated Roper Gulf Regional Council on its latest Community Development Programme (CDP) success. The Council has worked with a Northern Territory-based earthmoving company to provide opportunities for CDP participants in Ngukurr to play...
A $1.5 million sporting facility will be built in Borroloola with a grant from the McArthur River Mine (MRM) Community Benefits Trust. Built on the site of the old town basketball courts, the new facility will include covered multi-purpose sports courts, seating, lighting, electronic scoreboard, car...
The chorus of laughter emanating from the aged, smiling faces around the table provides unquantifiable-yet-irrefutable proof of the success Roper Gulf Regional Council is having in providing aged care and disability support services to clients in some of the remotest parts of the Top End.
Roper Gulf Regional Council has used the Northern Territory’s annual celebration of enterprise, October Business Month, to reaffirm its commitment to local economic sustainability by awarding almost $1.5 million in tenders to Katherine businesses.
A commitment by Roper Gulf Regional Council to Northern Territory businesses has allowed one Indigenous-owned enterprise to boost its employment by 40 per cent on the back of a three-year supply contract awarded this month.