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Annual Report 2018-19 is now available

The 2018-19 Central Desert Regional Council Annual Report has been sent to the NT Minister and is now available. You can read it here or download a copy of the attachment below.

https://indd.adobe.com/view/0dfd1ce6-4464-4f86-8fa4-24da72da90eb

A chance to have your say!

The Council has drafted a Regional Council Plan and budget for 2016/17.  The Regional Plan includes information about:

- the programs, projects and activities that the Council will undertake in coming financial year

- how Council will fund its budget including information about changes to general and conditional rates.

Central Desert News April 2021

 The April 2021 edition of the Central Desert News is out now! You can view it by opening the attachment below.

In this edition:

- Nyirripi Childcare centre reopens

- It's raining training at CDRC!

- A lot of actual rain

- Imparja Cup

- 2020/21 Year planner

- and much more!

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CDRC VALUES AWARDS

These are the premier Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) awards, now in their third running. The value of the awards has been increased as the standard has increased. The awards were formally acknowledged at the last All Staff meeting in March, where winners received a certificate, $200 voucher and a mug commemorating the value the winner is demonstrating.

Congratulations to all the winners, well done on demonstrating the values and your strong contribution to Council.

 

Regional Services Manager

Closing date: 
Sunday, April 25, 2021 (All day)

About us

Central Desert Regional Council is a local government authority covering an area over 282,000 Sq. kilometers. The Council provides a range of services in 12 communities to the North of Alice Springs: Lajamanu, Ti Tree, Wilora, Nturiya, Pmara Jutunta, Willowra, Laramba, Nyirripi, Yuelamu, Atitjere, Engawala and Yuendumu. There are also several homelands and outstations. The Central Desert area is considered remote and disadvantaged and over 80% of the population is Aboriginal.

The Role

Location: 
Alice Springs
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International Women’s Day

Every March 8th is International Women’s Day. Today we are celebrating with an interview with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC), Diane Hood.

What challenges have you faced in your career as a woman? How did you overcome them?

Team Leader - Homelands

Closing date: 
Sunday, May 2, 2021 (All day)

About us

Central Desert Regional Council is a local government authority covering an area over 282,000 Sq. kilometres. The Council provides a range of services in 12 communities to the North of Alice Springs: Lajamanu, Ti tree, Wilora, Nturiya, Pmara Jutunta, Willowra, Laramba, Nyirripi, Yuelamu, Atitjere, Engawala and Yuendumu. There are also several homelands and outstations. The Central Desert area is considered remote and disadvantaged and over 80% of the population is Aboriginal.

The Role

Location: 
Alice Springs
Community: 

CDRC Compete in Imparja Cup Final

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The Imparja Cup 2021 finals took place on Friday 19 February and it came down to the last over in the grand final for the Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) Laramba team who almost took out the title.

Municipal Crews Attend 4WD Training Course

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On Tuesday 17 February Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) municipal crews from Anmatjere (Ti Tree), Laramba and Yuelamu attended a four wheel drive training course in Alice Springs.

The attendees were Mack Murphy, Norman Hagan and Cliffy Tommy from Yuelamu; Billy Briscoe and Caesar Tilmouth from Laramba; and Elias Birch Baird from Anmatjere.

A four wheel drive course helps keep drivers safe when on dirt roads and prepares them in case they get bogged.

 

Cricket Upskill for Youth, Sport and Recreation Staff

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Central Desert Regional Desert (CDRC) had four representatives at Northern Territory Cricket’s Community Coaching Course (Level 1) on Wednesday 17 February.

Stephen Royes, Stephen Evans, James Anderson and Jeff Aubert (Youth Sport and Recreation Team Leaders in Engawala, Laramba, Yuelamu and Ti Tree respectively) completed the online component of the course prior to the practical session, which was held at Mona’s Lounge, Traegar Park in Alice Springs.

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