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The Tennant Creek Returned Services League Sub Branch
committee would like to invite the community to participate
in this year’s commemorative activities marking the 100th
anniversary of the battle of the Somme in World War 1.
At the going down of the sun, and in the morning,
We will remember them! Lest We Forget.
Sunday 24th April
Monday 25th April
Anzac Day Dawn Service
5.45am for 6am start, followed by a full cooked breakfast ($10 per person)
Anzac Day Main Commemorative Service & Main
9.15am Marshalling at Tennant Creek Transit Centre for step off on street march at
9.40am, arriving at Tennant Creek RSL Sub Branch at 10am, main commemorative service
commencing at 10.15am, followed by live entertainment, 2-UP and BBQ Lunch at the Sub
Branch into the evening.
Two Up & Live Music
Leash & the Dusty Boots, Nathan Collier – Professional DJ’s and more!! At Tennant Creek
RSL Sub Branch from 12pm til late.
If you would like to attend the
formal roll call dinner, please
contact Kevin Rowland or
drop by the sub Branch on
Friday nights from 6pm to fill
in a membership application
The Committee thanks
those organisations which
are already supporting
us in preparing for what
is expected to be another
great event showing our
community pride and respect
for Australia’s military
history. This year will see
large contingents of service
members from RAAF Base
Tindal, HMAS Warramunga,
JDF Pine Gap as well as
several dignitaries and
promises to be an excellent
opportunity to share some
mateship across services
Programme of Services
Kapyong Day Commemorative Service for
Korean War Veterans
RSL Club - 5.45pm for 6pm start
Short service, Wreath Laying followed by light refreshments at the RSL Sub Branch.
RSL Sub Branch Roll Call Dinner
Tennant Creek Memorial Club - 7pm for 7.30pm start
3 Course Formal Dinner, Sub Branch Membership or formal Invitation Only. $50 per head
Tennant Creek PlayGroup
WEEKLY PLAY SESSIONS FOR
CHILDREN AGED 0-5 YEARS
LOTS OF ACTIVITIES
$5 PER FAMILY PER SESSION
FIRST 2 SESSIONS ARE FREE
Every Monday & Thursday MORNINGs
Senior Citizens Hall 9.30-12 noon
49 Haddock Street,Tennant creek
FREE LOCAL LIBRARY SESSIONS EVERY TUESDAY at 10AM
Please check out our Facebook
page for more information.
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“With no commercially-proven shale gas reserves anywhere in the Territory, it
was simply madness for a major export pipeline project to be built on the basis of
a non-existent gas market,” she said.
“Plans to downsize its capacity and the reduction in gas exploration activity are a
direct response to the global oil and gas price crash.
“The Giles Government is trying to blame everyone but themselves for the fact
their pipeline idea is uneconomic.
“Whether or not the pipeline is built, fracked gas from the NT is expensive to
produce and is unlikely to have a customer base.”
Ms Mellor said the Chief Minister wasn’t upfront with the public about the pipe-
line’s reliance on fracked gasfields when announcing the project.
“Now he expects taxpayers to foot the bill for an industry which is increasingly
clear has no social licence to operate here,” she said.
“The Chief Minister promised no public money would be used to subsidise the
project but now he is attempting a backflip.
“The last thing we Territorians should be doing is throwing more good money after
bad on doomed fracking investments.”
Asian conglomerate Jemena was announced as the winning tenderer in November.
The $800-million, 623 kilometre pipeline, due for completion by 2018, was sup-
posed to fast-track the development of the Territory’s onshore shale gas industry.
The company touted that during the planning, construction and commissioning
phases, up to 600 local jobs and 100 contracts for local businesses worth around
$112 million would be created.
Additionally, operations and maintenance teams would be based at Tennant Creek
and Mt Isa.
Long-term prospects were said to include the potential for 4000 jobs and possible
billions of dollars distributed in royalties.
Ire over pipeline
PROJECT TALKS: Speakers at a public forum about the gas
pipeline project last May.
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