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On Monday 27 April 2020 Yuelamu received their delivery of 60 boxes solar hydropanels for the Hydropanel Water Project that will provide the local residents of Yuelamu community with clean drinking water.

The unloading of the 60 boxes of Hydro panels was a combined effort from the Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) made up of staff from Youth, Sport and...

Central Desert Regional Council presents its draft 2018-22 (Year Three) Regional Council Plan (which includes our 2020/21 Annual Council plan and budget) for public Comment until close of business 22 May 2020.

 

A copy is available to download below or on our website at  www.centraldesert.nt.gov.au  (Publications / Regional...

 Lajamanu now has four new Field Officers for the Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) Works crew. CDRC Senior Administration Officer in Lajamanu, Michael Erglis, held a training session explaining the plant Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) and Work, Health and Safety (WHS) policy to new Field Officers Maxi Gordon, Dermott Cook, Andrew Sua and Adam Cook, as well as long term Field...

 

 The Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) Works crew, working with the Yuendumu Roads crew, installed road furniture in Nyirripi over a two week period recently. But don’t think you’ll have a new comfy couch to sit on by the road in Nyirripi. This road furniture is signage to inform people of services and to keep people safe.

  “It was a nice change from usual tasks and...

 Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) is responsible for maintaining the supply of electricity to the community of Atitjere, which includes the maintenance of the Atitjere solar farm.

 Shannon White, the Atitjere Essential Services Officer, looks after the site, which includes keeping the 720 panels shiny and controlling the weeds and grasses in and around the...

 In these times of lockdown due to Coronavirus, Lajamanu has been able to complete a Granites Mine Affected Area Aboriginal Corporation (GMAAAC) Project. Two...

 For staff living and working in a remote community who are not from there, it can be tough to be away from family and friends for an extended period of time. During the current Coronavirus outbreak it can be even tougher, as there is restricted movement into regional centres such as Alice Springs and Katherine. Some staff are looking at the positive side.

 “Not...

 New band equipment was purchased by the Anmatjere Local Authority (LA) that will be used for discos that are an approved funded LA project. The discos have been postponed due to the Corona virus, and they will have everything in place ready to go when physical distancing laws have been removed.

 The discos will be run by Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC)...

 Last Thursday (16 April) marked the start of the Atitjere flu shot season with the day promoted by the Atitjere Health Centre as “Get Your Flu Shot Day”. The clinic is hoping to give as many flu shots out to the community as they can. This year is especially important for flu shots in order to help protect the health of the community in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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 The recent flow of information around Covid-19 appears to have been received loud and clear in Atitjere.  Along with “Wash your Hands” and “Hygiene” posters Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) has also sent out a strong message about the importance of reducing the amount of rubbish lying around. 

  The community are cleaning up yards, bins were full and...

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