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 The Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) Lajamanu Works crew, together with Brad Marshall from the Community Safety Patrol team combined to build and distribute over 200 new rubbish bins to community members and stakeholders.

 There were 110 household garbage bins and 100 recycling bins put together and placed throughout the community to replace...

 In the past four months, the Works Team in Willowra have been busy with an ongoing community clean up including car removals.

 Field Officers Terence Payton and Junior Presley are new employees of Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) and have been using the backhoe to remove the cars. So far twenty-eight cars have been cleared out of the community to...

 The Office of Chansey Paech has decided to run a photo competition with remote communities to try and capture some positive stories and pictures of life out on country.

 Send in a picture to ELECTORATE.NAMATJIRA@NT.GOV.AU OR VIA FACEBOOK

 that you...

 The April 2020 edition of the Central Desert News is out now! You can view it by opening the attachment below.

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The Atitjere office is promoting good health and hygiene practices in the lead up to flu season and in preparation of a possible Corona virus outbreak.  The TV screen which usually has community pictures displayed is currently running the SecureNT COVID-19 information slides.  The Council Office has plenty of information on display and has worked closely with the local Clinic to help...

 Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) has upgraded the lighting in the Atitjere office to comply with Work, Health and Safety and as an added bonus will cut the cost of lighting electricity usage by at least fifty percent. The old fluorescent lights were removed and new LED strip lighting has been installed. 

 “The quality of the light in the office is now...

 The road to Lajamanu via Yuendumu has been closed for a while, and the community was completely closed off for about ten days, but it’s not all bad news. The young people have been having fun in Hooker Creek at Lajamanu, with boating and swimming the flavour of the day. Just don’t forget your lifejackets next time, kids!

 The road to Lajamanu is open via the...

 International Women’s Day was yesterday, Sunday 8 March. To celebrate we are doing a profile of a woman that works at Central Desert Regional Council, Julie Whittaker. She has just received a five year service award....

 On Wednesday, 26 February, three Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) Field Officers from Engawala participated in a unit of Certificate III in Local Government Operational Works. The unit of competency was ‘Plan and Construct a Conventional Fence.’

 The training is run by Balance HR Consulting,...

 The National Basketball League’s 3×3 Big Hustle Northern Territory State Championships were held on Sunday 23 February, with 120 players participating in the event including the Laramba Ladeez. This style of basketball pits three players on each team against each other.

 The Laramba Ladeez faced Cannons in the first open women’s round. The team went in to their first game filled with confidence,...

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