Download your copy of our November Newsletter now

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NEWSLETTER_RGRC_2014.11_Page_01November has been a busy month at Roper Gulf. This bummer 20 page edition of the Newsletter will have you up to date with:

  • The progress on the solar lighting solutions for Roper Gulf towns
  • The Roper Gulf electoral review and date change for the next local election
  • The latest training provided to Local Authority members
  • Information about Round Three of the 2014-15 Community Grants Program
  • The recent community meetings in Larrimah and Daly Waters
  • And much much more.

Download your copy now by clicking here (PDF Link) >>

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Round Three Community Grants now open

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GRAPHIC_RGRC_logoApplications are now being sought for community projects within the Roper Gulf Region that will benefit:

  • Local community events and activities
  • Economic development
  • The physical or natural environment.

Applicants may apply for:

  • Up to $1000 for minor projects, or,
  • Up to $3000 for major projects

Applications for Round Three are NOW OPEN.

Closing date for all applications is 4.30pm 9th February 2014.

For more information please visit Community Grants >> of contact the Grants Coordinator on 08 8972 9038 or grants.ropergulf@ropergulf.nt.gov.au

 

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Annual Report 2013-2014

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RGRC_Annual Report_2013-14Roper Gulf Regional Council’s Annual Report 2013-2014 is now available to all.

The Annual Report 2013-2014 provides a comprehensive account of Council’s performance and features the major achievements and key milestones that our Council delivered for our region during the financial year 2013-2014.

To view full Report please download pdf link>>>

 

 

 

 

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A brand new day for a new citizen at Ngukurr

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DSC_1937With the early morning sun rise bringing promise of a hot October day to follow, Ampro Tuddaa Lavender became a new citizen of Australia at a ceremony held at Ngukurr at the end of October 2014.

Mrs. Lavender is the first person to undertake a citizenship ceremony in Ngukurr and the second person to undertake it with the Roper Gulf Regional Council. Ampro lives and works in Ngukurr, the iconic town on the banks of the Roper River and was thrilled to be able to take her oath in her home town.

Deputy Mayor Judy MacFarlane who conducted the ceremony said, “We are expecting more people to apply for citizenship ceremonies to be held in our Region and we are all excited about being able to welcome new Australians here in the Roper Gulf Region”, “Citizenship is our common bond uniting Australians whether your heritage is first Australian, Australian born or more recent arrivals. Our rich heritage stems from the contributions made by all of us. We join in welcoming new citizens,” she said.

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