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Tennant Creek PlayGroup
Every Monday from 9.30am onwards
Senior Citizens Hall, 49 Haddock street
$ 5 per visit per family
Every THURSDAY 10am
Tex’s Schnitzel House Eldorado Motel
Check our facebook website
for further events
All children must be accompanied and supervised by a parent/guardian at all times.
PO Box 834 TENNANT CREEK NT 0860
Facebook Page: Tennant Creek Playgroup
For details, contact Coordinator
Rebecca Way 0409 802 510
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: To be female is a genuine requirement for this role under Section 31 of the
Anti-discrimination Act 1977.
invites Non-Violent Members of
the Community to visit our Crisis
SATURDAY 26th September
12 midday until 2pm.
This is a rare opportunity to
visit our premises and our
Healing Garden Precinct.
Come and meet our Board
Members and Staff and find out
about our Services!
Finger food will be served.
All non-violent community
Phone 8962 1940.
New restaurant to put a
sizzle on local tastebuds
THE Memo Club’s iconic Memo-
ries Restaurant will be having a
changing of the guard from the
first of October this year.
Paisal Fahrully is best known around
town by either of his two nicknames;
Noor or Cookie.
But he is famous for his culinary mas-
terpieces and along with co-star Udin,
they have been offering up magnificent
lunch and dinner dishes that have the
locals and tourists alike flocking back
for more for the last six years.
“Udin and I have been close friends
since we were teenagers back in Indo-
nesia,” Cookie recounted.
“Anyone who has watched us work
knows that we make a formidable team.
“I worked in an Italian restaurant in
Sydney for 17 years where I got to know
about different cooking styles from all
over the world.
“As you can see, I am unmistakably
Asian and it shows up in my cooking
style and techniques.”
Udin and all the team from Memories
will be moving with Cookie to the
Sporties Club where they are preparing
to make a big splash.
“Another chef of mine, Caren and my
specialist sushi chef Santo, could not be
here for our group photo but they will
be on deck on 1 October when we fire
up the kitchen at the new look Sporties
Steak and Grill restaurant.”
All the favourite choices will be on
the menu, with Thursdays being Sushi
Takeaway and sit down meals will be
available and don’t forget to make the
most of the opening week specials.
Paisal and Udin will be offering 10
per cent discount to all Sporties Club
members from 2-9 October.
Even the Chief Minister, Adam Giles
has been back for seconds when he tried
Cookie’s famous steaks.
“He said to me; Noor, your steak is bet-
ter than anything I have tried in Darwin.
That made me very proud to think they
enjoyed themselves and it also makes
me proud to be here in Tennant Creek.”
TENNANT FOOD BARN Open7Days!Monday-Friday8am-6pm. Saturday8:30am-6pm. Sunday9am-6pm.
* Sale from
- Sunday 27
SAVE $1 each
7 days a week
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