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Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) have purchased five new garbage trucks.

One of the 8 tonne trucks is here already, and will head out to Atitjere. Kyle Dunn, Shane White and Warren Kenney from Atitjere had an orientation for the truck on Wednesday 25 November at the CDRC depot before it went out.

Simon Cameron, the general manager...

Willowra has just had a new landfill pit created at the landfill, one kilometre south of the community. It will be a way to safely dispose of rubbish over the next seven years.

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The 2020 Territory Tidy Town Sustainable Community Awards are being held online this year, on this Friday 27 November from 12 noon. Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) have two entries this year: Anmatjere (Ti Tree) and Engawala.

It will be shown live on Facebook at...

The Atitjere Local Authority decided to provide fencing at the front of the Atitjere Recreation Hall and playground in order to stop young children from running out of the facility and onto Mica Road.  They agreed to fund the project and Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) arranged for quotes to provide the fencing and the successful contractor completed the fencing last week.

CDRC staff were...

 

Thank you to everyone that answered the Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) survey questions last week. The feedback is being reviewed and will be tabled at the next CDRC Ordinary Council Meeting.

Photo: Sonsee (left) and Carmen (right) survey Maria...

Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) staff will assist Territory Families to hold a night market in Atitjere this Friday evening (20/11/20) as part of a lead up to the Christmas festivities.  All proceeds to go to the community for children’s activities support.

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With the cancellation of the Annual Softball NT Championships due to COVID-19 restrictions, Softball NT held a NAIDOC week competition with eight teams from across Central Australia, including South Australia. The competition was the first annual NAIDOC Mparntwe Shield, and Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) were represented by ten Laramba women.

Community members from Laramba travelled to...

This Saturday over a dozen community members from Laramba will compete in Alice Springs representing Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) in the Mparntwe Softball Shield as part of NAIDOC week. Competing against other council teams from across Northern Territory, the CDRC team will play in a round robin competition at Jim McConville Softball...

NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC Week is celebrated by all Australians and is a great opportunity to learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

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Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) Nyirripi Field Officer Chris Michaels demonstrated fitting bin ties. The CDRC Field Officers have now tied all the wheelie bins in Nyirripi to fences. The simple bin ties are effective in stopping unruly local dogs knocking over the bins, but can still be unlocked to empty them.

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