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STEAK - GRILL - PASTA - ASIAN CUISINE
Lunch: 12 noon to 2pm
Dinner: 5.30pm to 9pm
Monday to Saturday
DINE IN OR TAKEAWAY
LANDS, PLANNING AND THE ENVIRONMENT
BUILDING INDUSTRY REGULATORY
A report has been prepared in regard to a Review of Building Industry
Regulatory Framework in the Northern Territory (Cureton Review) and
the Minister for Lands and Planning is inviting feedback.
Government has sought advice on a broader protection model that
could apply to consumers and extend to the construction supply chain.
The Cureton Review covers three key areas:
• Residential Warranty Insurance (the current Fidelity Fund)
• Building Contractors licensing
• Payment protection
The release of the Cureton Review is to stimulate discussion to ensure
the current regulatory framework continues to meet the needs of both
consumers and the construction industry. The Cureton Review is
available to download from the Department of Lands, Planning and the
Environment’s website at www.nt.gov.au/building.
Your feedback is welcomed. To provide your feedback please email
firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 January 2016.
www.nt.gov.au/jobs • 1300 659 247
The Northern Territory Government is an equal opportunity employer
and values an inclusive and diverse workforce
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Administrative Ofcer 6 Remuneration Package Range $94,035 - $104,954
(Comprising salary $81,465 - $91,068, super, leave loading and the value of 2 weeks extra rec leave)
Various locations across the Northern Territory
Several xed vacancies are available to 29/12/2017
The Department of Education, Registered Training Organisation requires motivated
and enthusiastic people to ll new Trainer Assessor positions across numerous
Northern Territory Schools.
Northern Territory Secondary School Students will be training in Vocational Education programs
aligned to the Indigenous Education Strategy.
The Successful applicant will hold:
• TAE40110 Cert IV in Training and Assessment.
• Relevant industry/trade qualications i.e . Rural, CALM, Engineering, Hospitality, Construction,
• Required to have or be able to obtain a Working with Children Clearance Notice (Ochre Card).
Several vacancies are available throughout the Northern Territory.
Please go to www.nt.gov.au/jobs and search “Trainer Assessor”.
For further information about these vacancies please contact Peta Buckman on 08 8944 9280.
Vacancies Close: 10/12/2015
For a copy of the Job Description and to apply online please visit www.nt.gov.au/jobs
Quote vacancy number: Trainer Assessor
Closing date: 10/12/2015
Phone (08) 8962 1040 Fax (08) 8962 1369 Email email@example.com
TENNANT CREEK & DISTRICT
Saturday 28 November 2015
2pm at the
Tennant Creek Memo Club*
*Members and bona fide guests only.
Zodiac Business Services is looking for
to join their team.
Looking for a highly motivated and
honest person who is not scared of hard
Position involves electricity and water
meter reading for residential and
commercial properties, collection of
data, disconnection and reconnection
of power. There will be lots of walking
Interested persons must be reliable,
possess current driver’s license, pay high
attention to detail, high level of customer
service, pass an NT police check, basic
computer skills, must follow safety rules,
directions and work within reasonable
timeframes is essential. Local area
knowledge is highly desirable.
Car, phone and safety uniform will be
provided. Zodiac will supply training to
Above award wages will be offered to
the right person. If you require further
information, please call 8955 5691.
Resumes to be sent to
Lots of love from Mum, Lea, Libby, Sunny, Jayden,
Bronson, Haylee, Jacob & Cooper. xoxo
would like to announce
the safe arrival of her
very first grandchild
Eva Sophie Anne
on 15th November
2015. Parents Rebecca
(Reynolds) & Damian
are thrilled to bits.
~ Prevention is the Solution ~
- REQUIRED URGENTLY -
2 X HOUSE CLEANERS
Anyinginyi is an Aboriginal community controlled
organisation that provides primary health services to
the people of Tennant Creek and the Barkly Region,
Northern Territory. Anyinginyi offers a holistic
approach to the physical and mental health and
wellbeing of its clients through its clinical, social and
emotional, educational and fitness services.
We require someone who is reliable, committed,
experienced and has a good eye for detail to
clean Anyinginyi Houses & Units. This position
will include either weekday or weekend work
on an as needed basis. All cleaning equipment
provided, all you need is your own transport.
If this position sounds like something that
would suit your present living arrangements
or you are looking for a second job, please
contact Pam Lum on 8962 2633 for further
Successful applicants will be required to
produce an OCHRE Card and reference checks
from previous cleaning jobs.
“Aboriginal people are encouraged to apply.”
Casual Work - Weekdays & Weekends
Environment Protection Authority
Jemena Northern Gas Pipeline
Jemena Northern Gas Pipeline Pty Ltd
Jemena Northern Gas Pipeline Pty Ltd proposes to construct and
operate a high pressure underground gas pipeline between the
Amadeus Gas Pipeline at Warrego near Tennant Creek, Northern
Territory, to Mount Isa, Queensland.
The NT section of the Jemena Northern Gas Pipeline requires
assessment under the Environmental Assessment Act at the level of an
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
Draft Terms of Reference have been developed for the preparation of the
EIS. Interested persons and organisations wishing to comment on the
draft Terms of Reference are invited to make written submissions on or
before 11 December 2015 to:
Northern Territory Environment Protection Authority
GPO Box 3675
DARWIN NT 0801
To obtain a copy of the draft Terms of Reference, contact the NT EPA on
(08) 8924 4218 or visit www.ntepa.nt.gov.au/envirocomment
Open for Public Comment:
Draft Terms of Reference for the Preparation of an
Environmental Impact Statement
Bush Tucker Trail Rides
- FULLY ACCREDITED -
Phone: 08 89 622045 or 0427824191
Sponsored by Councillor
THE Tennant Creek Memorial Club board has given the Junior Athlet-
ics Club an early Christmas present this year.
A $6,000 untied grant was handed over by the club president, Phil Crouch and board
member Ian Hicks to to the Little Athletes coordinator Wayne Green on Tuesday as
part of the Memorial Club’s community grants policy.
“The Memorial Club board are approached by various sporting bodies and com-
munity groups for funding assistance and last year the club donated $164,000 to
different applicants,” Phil said.
“We sponsor the Darts teams, 8-Ball and help out with our Memo bus when needed
by different groups throughout the year.
“Little Aths have had their own fund raising events up here such as quiz nights and
they have raised quite a bit themselves so the board had no hesitation in granting
them this cheque.”
Getting junior athletes to sporting competitions in larger centres takes effort and
resources so there is no shortage of things to spend this money on.
Wayne Green is a dedicated sports advocate and was grateful for the donation.
“Little Athletics has had a sizeable injection of funds in the last couple of years
and we have had some significant equipment upgrades,” he said.
“There are always things on the wish list as far as equipment goes and we could
do with some upgrades to the high jump facility but having enough money to take
the crew to sporting events outside of town is a major advantage and some of this
money will be used for that purpose as well as equipment upgrades.”
RONALD and Rhonda Plummer and four
grandchildren had the AFL experience of
a lifetime in October.
Ronald and his family travelled to Melbourne to
attend the 2015 AFL Grand Final to watch their
beloved West Coast Eagles.
Unfortunately it was a disappointing outcome for
“It was just enough to be able to watch my AFL
team live in the Grand Final, and, with the total
crowd attendance of 98,633, it was an unforgettable
experience,” said Ronald.
Memo Club helps out
our Little Athletes
COMMUNITY SPIRIT: Memo Club’s Ian Hicks and Phil Crouch
present $6,000 to Little Athletics coordinator Wayne Green.
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