Eight Roper Gulf Regional Council staff that converged on the classroom to help improve safety in their respective communities have been lauded at a special Charles Darwin University graduation ceremony on November 24.
A Roper Gulf Regional Council alcohol action initiative in Ngukurr will use a $10,000 Northern Territory Government grant to further promote the benefits of healthy lifestyle choices for youth through the purchase of new sporting equipment.
The rubbish adding to landfills in the Big Rivers region could soon be providing financial and environmental benefits to its three Regional Councils, thanks to a collaboration driving a rethink on remote waste management.
A $2.31 million plan to unlock the economic and social potential of the remote communities of Ngukurr and Numbulwar will be realised after Roper Gulf Regional Council secured the funding needed to proceed with the ambitious project this month.
What started as a Roper Gulf Regional Council Community Development Program project has quickly evolved into a source of pride in the community, which is about 110 kilometres east of Katherine, as participants nurture and cultivate a diverse range of fruit and vegetables for their friends and...
The remote community of Numbulwar is the last place you would expect to be home to an eye-catching yellow and red inflatable boxing ring, but Roper Gulf Regional Council has made it more than a fantasy for local youth with help from the Northern Territory Government.
Sports-mad Mataranka residents are gearing up to have more options in their backyard after Roper Gulf Regional Council unveiled stage one of an upgrade to the town’s sport and recreation grounds this week.
“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...
Roper Gulf Regional Council Mayor, Tony Jack expressed disappointment today that the recently announced second round of the National Stronger Regions funding has not funded any projects in the Northern Territory.
The NT Chief Minister announced on the 19th October that $40 million will be invested in joint program between Telstra and Government to bring mobile coverage to a number of towns including four in the Roper Gulf region.
A half million-dollar Community Energy Efficiency Program is nearing completion in the Roper Gulf region having upgraded and massively improved the energy efficiency of Roper Gulf Regional Council business offices that serve the nine towns of the region.