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TENNANT AND DISTRICT TIMES FRIDAY 20 MARCH 2015 3
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Service medal for Avon Downs cop
AVON Downs Police Sergeant Colin Ragg
has received a National Service Medal for 15
years with the NT Police.
The medal was presented to him in Tennant Creek this
week by Superintendent Danny Bacon.
Originally from Victoria, Colin spent most of his life in
Queensland, where he worked in the Army for 21 years.
When his wife April, who was also in the Army, got
posted to the Northern Territory, Colin came along and
decided to join the Territory Police Force.
He worked in, and around, Darwin and various Top
End communities before being sent to manage Avon
Downs Police Station in November last year.
Colin said he loves the Barkly, and described Avon
Downs as a great little place which suits him and his
GOOD WORK: Avon Downs Police Sergeant Colin Ragg
accepts a National Service Medal from Tennant Creek Police
Superintendent Danny Bacon.
Anyinginyi escapes cuts
and scoops $26m funding
ANYINGINYI Health has es-
caped the grief caused by
funding cuts across the
Barkly, maintaining its fund-
Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal
Corporation General Manager
Trevor Sanders said the organisa-
tion would receive more than $26
million over three years to operate
“To date, all existing programs
continue to be funded and there
has been no reduction in services,”
“Which is good news.”
The funding announcements on
Monday are part of a $3.1 billion,
four-year investment in Indig-
enous health which Minister for
Indigenous Affairs, Senator Nigel
Scullion, says is part of the Abbott
Government’s ongoing commit-
ment to closing the gap.
The Barkly’s Ampilatwatja Health
Centre received $5.429 million in
the same funding round.
Meanwhile, following news that
youth services from throughout
the Barkly had been cut, leaving
dozens facing job losses, Sena-
tor Scullion said every effort was
made to ensure effective frontline
services that deliver on outcomes
He said his Department had ad-
vised him that there “may be an
issue in relation to youth services
that may need to be addressed.”
Senator Scullion said his Depart-
ment’s Regional Manager was in
talks with the Barkly Regional
Council to work through the matter
and he expected a resolution soon.
People throughout the Barkly
were devastated to hear news of
the IAS funding cuts announced
The Barkly Regional Council
alone will be forced to put off 26
workers while more than 500 youth
from remote areas who use the
services will be adversely affected
as programs close.
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