Home' Tennant and District Times : 2016-0617 TDT Contents 4 TENNANT AND DISTRICT TIMES FRIDAY 17 JUNE 2016
TENNANT AND DISTRICT TIMES FRIDAY 17 JUNE 2016 5
Phone 8962 2049 or 8962 2522
OPEN 7 DAYS: 11AM - 3PM AND 5PM - 10.30PM
• 2 x Large Pizzas
• Garlic Bread
• 1.25 litre soft drink
$35 pick up. $40 delivered.
24-hour Crisis Accommodation,
support and referrals for
women and children.
Too many troubles?
Need someone to talk to?
Call our Counsellor
1800 114 904
We provide private & condential
service for all women.
Call Peter Kittle Toyota Alice Springs
on 8955 4200.
46 Stuart Highway, Alice Springs, 0870 NT
Australia, 08 8955 4200, LMVD 098
PETER KITTLE - TOYOTA
Your Toyota Partner for
new vehicles and parts.
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
Please check out our Facebook
page for more information.
STANDING UP FOR LINGIARI
Alice Springs Office:
PO Box 4007, NT 0871
Ph: (08) 8952 9696
Fax: (08) 8952 5922
- Advertisement -
Authorised by Warren Snowdon, Giles Street, Alice Springs NT 0870.
Visiting from interstate?
If you’re visiting from interstate, and are going to be in the Northern Territory on
election day, Saturday 2 July 2016, make sure you vote at one of the interstate
voting centres listed below.
Remember, these are the only places interstate visitors can cast their vote on
Alice Springs A
7/8 Gregory Terrace
Shop 15E Coolalinga Village
Double Tree by Hilton
116 The Esplanade
Southgate Shopping Centre
19 Katherine Terrace
Nhulunbuy Town Hall
Level 1, Oasis Shopping Centre
22 Temple Terrace
Tennant Creek A
Tennant Creek Primary School
31 Paterson Street
Authorised by Mick Sherry, Level 7, TCG Centre, 80 Mitchell Street, Darwin, NT 0800
These polling places are suitable for wheelchair access with assistance
Remember, voting is compulsory if you are on the electoral roll.
Federal election, Saturday 2 July 2016
www.aec.gov.au | 13 23 26
THE Northern Land Council (NLC) says
a second site on Muckaty would “abso-
lutely not” be considered for nomina-
tion to host a national radioactive waste
Plans to construct a nuclear dump on Aborigi-
nal land at Muckaty Station were abandoned
by the Federal Government after a settlement
was reached between the legal team for the
opponents and the NLC two years ago, almost
to the day.
The battle, that had raged for eight years, pit-
ted the majority of Muckaty traditional owners
against the Federal Government and the NLC
which submitted the nomination.
Last week, the NLC’s CEO Joe Morrison and
other representatives met with traditional own-
ers of Muckaty, Powell Creek, Banka Banka
and Helen Springs in Tennant Creek, with ‘Post-
Muckaty Litigation Information Session’ listed
as the reason for the meeting.
A flyer circulated to traditional owners of the
area invited them to discuss developments since
the settlement of litigation, the nomination of a
second site for the proposed nuclear waste facil-
ity and to discuss other business arising in rela-
tion to the settlement of the Muckaty litigation.
Some traditional owners have touted the
nomination of an alternative site on Muckaty
however NLC Communications Manager Mur-
ray McLaughlin said the matter was defunct.
“[The construction of a nuclear dump at Muck-
aty] is absolutely not going to happen,” he told
the Tennant Times.
“It is all over. Anyone who says the matter is
being considered is 100 per cent wrong.”
back on nuke
Greens Candidate for Lingiari
Investing in renewables
No to Intervention Yes to Treaty
Tackling big-company tax-evasion
More support for schools with high needs
Better health services for people in remote
Standing up for what matters
YOUR VOTE IS POWERFUL
Authorised by Penny Allman-Payne, 23/85 Northbourne Ave, Turner ACT
READ IT ONLINE
Tennant & District
From page 1.
Eleanor said she was hoping to make it up to Darwin
for the Awards.
From a record-breaking 450 entries, 40 songs have
been selected as finalists across ten categories.
Music NT Executive Director Mark Smith said the
number of entries was unexpected but a great reflec-
tion of the vibrant Territory music scene.
“The quality of the finalists this year shows Territory
songwriters are not letting the isolation of our scene
hold them back and we can’t wait to announce the
winners,” he said.
Winners, including Overall NT Song of the Year, will
be revealed at the awards night in Darwin on 9 July.
YOUNG TALENT TIME: Eleanor performs at the 2014 Bush
Readers who wish to vote for the Barkly
finalists can vote online at: www.musicnt.
it to song
Links Archive 2016-0610 TDT 2016-0624 TDT Navigation Previous Page Next Page