Roper Gulf Regional Council is seeking tenders for the Provision Cleaning and Grounds Maintenance Services of the following Katherine based premises for a period of 24 month: 29 Crawford Street, Katherine
63 Chardon Street, Katherine
126 Victoria Highway, Katherine
Roper Gulf Regional Council has a number of excessive items that it wishes to dispose.
Note: All Lots are as is/where is. Roper Gulf Regional Council is NOT responsible for the transport of ANY Lots. The buyers/successful tender are responsible for the condition of the items after sale and that Council does not take ANY responsibility for the condition of the items before sale. All Lots must be removed from Council property within 10 working days of the successful bid. Council reserves the right to dispose of any item that has not been picked up within that period.
Roper Gulf Mayor Tony Jack announced today that three Roper Gulf Towns, Ngukurr, Numbulwar and Borroloola will receive new $240.000, 12 cubic metre compactor rubbish trucks in the New Year.
The new state of the art compactors will provide Roper Gulf Regional Council with increased capacity in regular rubbish removal in and around the towns that have a total population of more than 2800 residents.
“They are much more efficient reducing by half the number of trips required on our scheduled rounds, Mayor Tony Jack said of the new trucks. Continue reading →
In the midst of the heat wave that rolled through the Northern Territory on Tuesday 10th November a crowd of 30 people gathered on the outskirts of the Numbulwar Township to celebrate the completion of the new Numbulwar Airport road.
The new 1.6kms of Road was made possible with funding from The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Indigenous Remote Service Delivery Program, $1M and the Northern Territory Government Department of Transport’s Capital Grant Funding, $450,000.