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Residents at Wilora, some 55km north of Ti Tree in the Central Desert region, are taking the initiative for working and projects in their community.After Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) installed a new kitchen in Wilora in August for the Community Development Program (CDP), it is being used to run the CDP Health and Nutrition program for Wilora.It took local CDP participants two days to set it up,...
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. Over the last year the Council has faced a number of challenges including a continued reduction in operational funding, ongoing cost shifting from other tiers of government and changes to significant funding agreements.  Despite...
Joe Marshall of Lajamanu has become the newest councillor (Cr) in the ward of Northern Tanami in the Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC).The Northern Territory Electoral Commission (NTEC) held a by-election in September after the previous councillor, Norbert Patrick, resigned. Mr Patrick was also the Deputy President, and the Council has now made Cr Warren Williams the new Deputy President.“I would like...
On 4 September, the Central Desert Regional Council (CDRC) Willowra Works team began construction on the Granites Mines Affected Areas Aboriginal Corporation (GMAAAC) funded West Side Park in Willowra, a community located 340km north-west of Alice Springs.The construction includes shade shelters and seating for over 30 people.“These parks will increase the liveability of the community, which aligns with...
The Engawala Works team Eric Tilmouth, Bruno Tilmouth, Terry Drover and Zoe Groves, coordinated by Neville Unicomb, have been very busy. They have finished three shade structures for the softball field, put up a PowerWater water usage sign and are waiting on a couple of signs to finish Engawala’s traffic sign project. Well done, Engawala Works crew!  
The Central Desert Regional Council's Governance team wants you to Keep Your Workplace Clean, in this video as part of October's National Safe Work Month. It was part of the CDRC's short film competition to promote National Safe Work Month this October 2019.
Wayne Porter in Nyirripi wants to Stop Workplace Bullying in his video as part of National Safe Work Month. He was part of the Central Desert Regional Council's short film competition to promote National Safe Work Month this October 2019.
The kids of Engawala are crossing the road safely in their video as part of October's National Safe Work Month.They were the runners-up of the Central Desert Regional Council's short film competition to promote National Safe Work Month, October 2019.
Yuelamu Childcare were the winners of the Central Desert Regional Council's short film competition to promote National Safe Work Month this October, 2019.The kids of Yuelamu are cleaning up safely in their video, "Never too young to learn work safety" as part of October's National Safe Work Month.
John Marshall and Mark Wilson have been busy at the Yuelamu Aged Care Centre and have done a fantastic job of concreting the verandah.“Thank you also for the other jobs you have been doing for Aged Care lately. Your hard work and dedication has really helped us to provide better service to our Community clients,” said Marlin De Silva, Aged and Disability Operations Coordinator – East. “We just wanted to...

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