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1st NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
VARIATION TO LIQUOR LICENCE
TENNANT CREEK HOTEL
I, Jordan Jenkins, on behalf of J An R Jenkins Pty Ltd – HEREBY GIVE
NOTICE that I have applied to the Director-General of Licensing for
approval to undertake material alterations to the licensed area at our
existing premises known as the TENNANT CREEK HOTEL, Paterson
Street, Tennant Creek, Liquor Licence 80102044.
Proposed material alterations will include:
Removal of single front door and side nib walls to the Faye Lewis Bar
and replaced with two fire compliant doors.
Removal of two interior doors and central nib wall immediately inside
the Faye Lewis Bar.
Plans can be sighted at the premises or at the office of Licensing N T,
Ground Floor Barkly House, Paterson Street, Tennant Creek.
This is the first notice of application. The 2nd notice will be published in
the Tennant & District Times on 19 August 2016.
The objection period is deemed to commence from 19 August 2016.
Pursuant to Section 47F(2) of the Liquor Act an objection may only be
made on the ground that the variation of the licence conditions may or will
(a) the amenity of the neighbourhood where the premises the su bject of
the application are or will be located; or
(b) health, education, public safety or social conditions in the community.
Only those persons, organisations or groups described in Section 47F(3)
of the Liquor Act may make an objection. Section 47G of the Liquor Act
requires the Director-General of Licensing to inform the applicant of
the substance of any objection. This will include the identity and where
relevant the address of the objector.
For further information regarding this application contact the Director-
General of Licensing NT on telephone 8951 5195. Objections to this
application must be lodged in writing and lodged within 30 days of the
commencement date of the objection period to the Director-General of
Licensing, via e-mail (preferred) to LRASComplianceASP.DOB@nt.gov.au
or posted to PO Box 8470, Alice Springs, NT 0871.
Dated this 8th day of August 2016.
FASHION ALERT: St Vincent’s volunteer Derek Corbett, Tennant Creek Centre Manager
Judi Eckart and NT Centre Operations Manager Kylie Goyen.
VINNIES’ Tennant Creek shop has a new loca-
tion and a new look.
Now housed in the ‘old gym’ at 133 Paterson Street,
the opportunity shop was formally opened on Wednes-
Vinnies NT Centre Operations Manager Kylie Goyen
says customers would love the modern vibe with im-
proved change rooms, mirrors, air conditioning and the
large range of pre-loved clothing, manchester, bric-a -
brac, blankets, shoes, books and bush bags on display.
“It’s a new home for us and our customers but our
value, prices and standards haven’t changed,” she said.
“We’re now opening on Mondays and Tuesdays so
that’s two additional days locals can come and visit the
shop. We’ve also got new stock from Darwin including
Kylie said like all Vinnies shops, Tennant Creek would
rely on the generosity of volunteers.
“We are calling on anyone who could spare a couple
of hours or a day to donate their time for a range of
tasks including sorting, merchandising and customer
services,” she said.
“Drop into our shop and speak to our shop manager
about opportunities to help as part of the Vinnies team,
learn new skills or make new friends while making a
difference in the community.”
Vinnies is open from Monday to Friday 9am to 2pm
and from 9am till noon on Saturdays.
Vinnies reopens with
new location and look
A MAN who escaped
custody while visiting
the hospital in Darwin
on Monday evening
was seen at Elliott the
27, was arrested near
Cape Crawford on the
Tablelands Highway on
Police said Thomas-Riley
was taken in without in-
It is believed the man
who fled from NT Cor-
rections officers during a
visit to the Royal Darwin
Hospital had been picked
up by his partner, Rachel
Thomas-Riley was hand-
cuffed when he fled.
He was listed to appear
in the Darwin Local Court
on Wednesday, charged
with trespass, damaging
property, unlawful use of
a motor vehicle, unlawful
entry and stealing.
Police said Thomas-Riley
was not considered dan-
gerous but had warned
members of the public not
to approach him.
Barrett said the man would
be returned to Darwin
where further investiga-
tions would be undertaken.
He thanked members
of the public and police
involved with the inves-
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