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For further information on NAIDOC, please contact Keisha White or Marie Murfet on 8963 2914
TENNANT CREEK NAIDOC WEEK
2015 PROGRAM OF EVENTS
Sunday, 05th July - NAIDOC Children’s Art Competition
12noon - 3pm
Sports and Rec.
Prize awards for First, Second and Third – presented to the winners at Nyinkka
Nyunyu on Monday 06 July following the NAIDOC march
July - NAIDOC March and Family Fun Day
Meet at Peko Park to prepare for the annual NAIDOC March
Face painting and activities
March begins from the vacant block next to the Matt Glynn Building
(North end of Paterson St)
11am – 3pm
March concludes at Nyinkka Nyunyu for a day of celebration including NAIDOC Opening
Ceremony, Awards presentations, Children’s Artwork on display and presentation, lunch,
music, traditional activities and much more family friendly fun!
July - NAIDOC Family BBQ and Men’s activities
10.30am – 1.30pm
Peko Park – Everyone is welcome to come along and join in the activities
th July - NAIDOC Elders Day
10am – 2pm
Elders brunch at Civic Hall - This event brings together the Elders of Tennant Creek
for a yarn over a meal
It is an ‘adults only’ event and is open to the general public to come along for a short
while to pay respect to the Elders on their special day of recognition
July - NAIDOC Sports Day
12noon – 4pm
6.30 – 8pm
Women’s Softball / Men’s Basketball - Join in the fun! Organisations are encouraged
to nominate teams from their workplace – Register with Sport and Rec.
Women’s Football game
Men’s Football game
Awards for best and fairest
Competition for the longest kick, fastest post-to-post sprint (male and female)
Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation
TEAM LEADER CASE MANAGER
Critical Intervention Outreach Service
A Senior Position has become available at the Refuge. Join us in
working towards breaking the cycle of domestic violence.
TCWR provides a range of support services to women and their children who have experienced
The service aims to assist women and their children to remain safely within their community
and maintain a life free of violence while also addressing the emotional and practical needs and
issues arising from the violence. The service operates within a collaborative and supportive team
environment with a strong focus on partnerships with relevant external organisations.
The Team Leader /Caseworker will provide supervision, coordinate and support the Outreach
team staff and report directly to the Manager/CEO of the TCWR Services and the Board.
The Primary Role will focus on Critical Intervention – ensuring safety for clients and their children
assessed to be at high Risk of DFV and referred to our Service by the Family Safety Framework,
Police, Support Link or Community Safe Houses.
The Team Leader will attend relevant meetings, focusing on enhancing partnerships with services
that support DFV Clients. Community Education is also a role of this Service. The Outreach Staff
will support & maintain a small caseload of women (and their children) with complex needs and
provide other operational duties as required.
The successful applicant must have a tertiary qualification in Social Work, Psychology, Welfare
or similar, with an understanding of the impact of family violence on the mother and child, and the
ability to articulate a practice framework including engagement and assessment.
You will need to demonstrate your experience in casework with Indigenous/Aboriginal women
and children who have experienced family violence and demonstrate a commitment to working
collaboratively with the capacity to negotiate and liaise with other agencies and the community.
A current driver’s licence and Working with Children check (Ochre Card) is essential for this role
and employment is subject to a satisfactory National Police Check.
For the full Job Description and Selection Criteria, please contact CEO Georgina Bracken
via email: email@example.com.
Please note: To be female is a genuine requirement for this role under Section 31 of the
Anti-discrimination Act 1977.
A large number of the regular and improved school attenders had a blast
on the last Friday night of school term seen.
The joint Neon Disco was held at the Civic Hall under the watchful eye of
Papulu Apparr-Kari Aboriginal Corporation Remote Student and Attendance
Strategy team (RSAS – Yellow Shirts) and the Parent and Community
Engagement Team (PACE).
The event was attended by over 100 children and many parents.
The music and neon lights were a great success, enjoyed by all and the
support from the community was great to see.
A big thank you to all those who supported the event. A special thanks
must go to: Karen’s Kitchen, Chris Helmond, Hal Ruger, Tennant Creek
Little Athletics Club and local sports groups that made the night special.
The local Yellow Shirts and PACE staff dressed in onesies and had as
much fun as the children.
Anita Mayers said that the night capped off a very busy term and was a
thank you to all the parents, children and staff for the great effort they put
in to get all kids to school.
Keeley Pickering said that she loved the night and hoped there would be
more in the future.
PAK staff wish all a safe school break and see you all next term.
PAPULU APPARR–KARI ABORIGINAL CORPORATION
Neon Disco a great reward for students
IF Kevin “Bloody” Wilson and Sheryl
Crow had a love child, it would be
The 28-year-old blonde bombshell of po-
litical incorrectness, graced the Memo Club
stage last Saturday night with her sassy front
bar etiquette and a vocabulary that made
Kanye West’s performance at Glastonbury
Asians, dole bludgers, men, kids and gyn-
aecologists came in for a flogging from the
Lavington laetificate who started her stage
career as a teenage country singer before
morphing her musical talents with her acid
Around 70 odd punters looking for a good
belly laugh, some catchy tunes and dose of
obscenity therapy were not disappointed
when the star of the “Start Ya Bastard” tour
strutted her stuff in the Creek.
She even dragged some poor unsuspecting
bar fly up on stage and had him performing
like a seasoned veteran porn star, and ironi-
cally his name just happened to be Kevin.
Bloody good show I reckon.
Come again soon luv!...no pun intended.
and a half
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