Congratulations AGAIN, to the Chilren's Services team who opened their second Childcare Centre in Nyirripi on Wednesday 21 March, 2018. Around 50 adults and children celebrated the event with face painting, jumping castles, dancing with Milpa and a healthy lunch. CEO, Diane Hood commented on the many postive outcomes that will flow from the centre's re-opening. Click on the link to read the full media...
Congratulations to the Chilren's Services team who recently opened the Yuelumu Childcare Centre. President Adrian Dixon was on hand to cut the ribbon and commend the community on it's efforts to have this centre re-opened. Read the full press release below and look for more pictures in our next edition of Central Desert News.
The December 2017 edition of the Central Desert News is out now! Follow this link to see the newsletter as an online document. Do you want to receive the newsletter by email? Please subscribe to our newsletter and medial release mailing list by clicking subscribe on the right hand side (this will open a new window).
The CEO and staff at Central Desert Regional Council wish to congratulate the 2017-2021 Council as duely elected at the August 26 Local Government election. We welcome back five of our existing, very experienced Councillors. We also warmly welcome seven new elected members and look forward to working with them. Follow this link to find out who they are - Central Desert Election Results
Central Desert Regional Council is pleased to present it's annual report for 2016-17. Follow this link to read about our financial performance, our service delivery, our achievements and how we performed against our KPIs.Follow this link to see the Annual Report as an online document. Hard copies are available from the Council office at 1 Bagot Street.
The “Doing Small Business in the Bush” workshop was delivered almost entirely in Warlpiri using learning aids translated for a Warlpiri audience.The innovative approach to developing awareness about doing business in Australia was conceived by officers of the Central Desert Regional Council who, in partnership with Alice Springs consultants Matrix on Board, collaborated with local Warlpiri residents from...
CEO Diane Hood is pleased to announce that during the first sitting of the third Council, Cr Adrian Dixon from Laramba was elected President and Cr Warren Williams from Yuendumu, Deputy President. Congratulations to both Councillors.
The June 2017 edition of the Central Desert News is out now! Follow this link to see the newsletter as an online document. Do you want to receive the newsletter by email? Please subscribe to our newsletter and medial release mailing list by clicking subscribe on the right hand side (this will open a new window).
The staff and execuitive of Central Desert Regional Council are delighted to welcome an entireley Indigenous Council consisting of seven new Councillors, three women and the youngest woman ever elected in our region at just 22 years of age. Read all about it via our press release.
The NT Electoral Commission advised today that the following Central Desert Region constituents have nominated for Council. Candidates are listed in alphabetical order according to their Ward, attached.As there are two nominees and only two vacancies in the Akitjere Ward, there will not be an election in this ward. Both nominees will be elected to Council without contest.All other vacancies will be...