Home' Tennant and District Times : 2017-0512 TDT Contents TENNANT AND DISTRICT TIMES FRIDAY 12 MAY 2017 9
COMMUNITY GRANTS NOW OPEN
Barkly Regional Council is calling for Expressions of Interest (EoI)
for the second round of the 2017/18 Community Grants Program.
The Grants Program seeks to support community-based projects in the areas of arts and
culture, sport and recreation, community safety and community development.
Closing Date is COB, 31 May, 2017.
Guidelines and application forms can be obtained from Council Head Office, 41 Peko
Road, Tennant Creek or from the website http://barkly.nt.gov.au/news-events/news/
Phone (08) 8962 1040 Fax (08) 8962 1369 Email email@example.com
will be holding its AGM on
Saturday 13th May 2017
at 10am at the
DPI Conference Room
All interested persons encouraged to attend.
The Barkly Campdraft Association Inc.
IN MEMORYIN MEMORY
Julalikari Council Aboriginal Corporation is currently recruiting for:
NIGHT PATROL WORKERS
Three Fulltime Positions
The aim of the Community Night Patrol Program is to increase personal
and community safety.
This Aboriginal identified position is responsible for for providing
consistent and regular community night patrols in the Tennant Creek
To apply for one of these positions please complete an application
form and hand deliver to 20 Noble Street Tennant Creek.
Please contact Mr Aiden James on (08) 8962 2747 or via
firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Applications close on Friday 19th
NOTICE OF INTENDED
DISTRIBUTION OF ESTATE
Any person having a claim upon the estate of
LEX JABARULA HOGAN also known as
LEX TJAPURRULA HOGAN late of House 2
Whippet Street, Tennant Creek in the Northern
Territory, Retired, who died on 1 September
2016, must send particulars of their claim to
the Public Trustee for the Northern Territory
at Nichols Place Cnr Cavenagh & Bennett
Sts Darwin, GPO Box 470 DARWIN NT
0801, within two (2) calendar months from
publication of this notice. After that time the
Public Trustee may distribute the assets of
the estate having regard only to the claims of
which at the time of distribution it has notice.
An Election to Administer was granted in the
Territory on 10 April 2017.
Deputy Public Trustee
l Ideal rental or investment opportunity.
l One bedroom, fully furnished, equipped cottage
ready for walk-in, walk-out sale.
l Good location with beautiful sunset views.
l Recently renovated and painted throughout.
l Fully insulated with new kitchen, bathroom and laundry.
l New reverse-cycle split airconditioning.
l Cottage is set on 1000 sq/m block with front and rear access.
l Established garden on timer reticulation.
l Undercover parking and shaded entry area.
l There’s also a shipping container with power and water
connected to serve as secure storage or workshop.
30 NOBLE STREET IS
POA. Call Steve: 0427 876 989
LOCAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES
The Barkly Regional Council is currently recruiting for the following positions:
l Senior Finance Officer – Tennant Creek
l Night Patrol, Zone Manager – Tennant Creek
l Animal Health Ranger (Part-time) – Tennant Creek
Barkly Regional Council is seeking individuals with commitment and enthusiasm to
take on these roles. Generous salary sacrificing options are available.
Please refer to www.barkly.nt.gov.au/careers for more information, position
descriptions, application details, and closing date for receipt of applications.
Suitably qualified local applicants are encouraged to apply.
We value diversity. Special Measures - Priority Consideration for Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander and Disability applicants apply to these positions.
DEADLINE for Times Classifieds is every 4pm on Tuesdays for that Friday’s
publication. Phone (08) 8962 1049 or email email@example.com
My Best Friend
My brother Stevie!
I always think about what we would be
getting up too. You were taken too soon. I
miss you all the time.
We’d be playing footy together, playing
X-Box. It’s so hard knowing I won’t be with
you for a while.
You would be a gun rugby player. Going
on Clontarf trips and school trips together.
Miss your cheeky smile. But I know you will
be looking over us all. I can’t get over how
its been 4 years.
I love you forever and always. Hopefully
see you soon my brother.
Love ya Budda!!
A silent thought, a secret tear,
Keeps Stevie’s memory ever dear,
Time takes away the edge of grief,
But memory turns back every leaf.
You’ll always be remembered
Nana Frances, Poppy Rod and all the
Four years too long.
We often speak of you and smile!
I wonder what you would have been like today?
Playing footy with Lachy, going on all the school
trips, being involved in Clontarf.
Miss you big fella.
Gone is the face we loved so dear,
Silent is the voice we loved to hear;
Too far away for sight or speech,
But not too far for thought to reach.
Sweet to remember him who was here,
Who, gone away, is just as dear.
Miss you Stevie
Aunt Nita, Jason, Nick, Jizzy, Arron and Owen
Sweet are the memories
that never fade.
Always in our hearts,
forever in our thoughts.
R.I.P. little man.
From the Bourchier family
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