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4 TENNANT AND DISTRICT TIMES FRIDAY 4 MAY 2018
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A FORUM designed to
bring people together
who are interested in the
role of arts in relation to
health and wellbeing will
be held in Tennant Creek
on 16 May.
Hosted by the NT Creative
Health Leadership Group, the
free forum is expected to at-
tract people working in health,
community development, arts
Maz McGann, from the Insti-
tute for Creative Health, said
idea of arts and creative activi-
ties being used for the benefit
of health and wellbeing was a
not a new one and was gaining
“We are keen to bring people
together who are more inter-
ested to find out more,” she said.
The forum will be held at
Barkly Regional Arts from
10am to 11.30am. See the ad on
this page for more info.
BARKLY Mayor Steve Edgington dropped
into see his City of Orlando counterpart,
Mayor Buddy Dyer.
Mayor Edgington said he took the opportunity to
share information about their roles and responsi-
bilities and discussed challenges in their respective
regions regarding distance, service delivery, eco-
nomic development, social issues, tourism, culture
and major infrastructure projects.
The Mayor, wife Nicci and daughter Aimee, also
met the Chief Assistant City Attorney Kyle Sheph-
ard and taken on a tour of the Orlando City Hall.
A meeting of mayors
The Institute for Creative Health invites
you to attend one of our Creative
Health Roadshow forums in the
Northern Territory in May. Hosted by
the NT Creative Health Leadership
Group the event provides an
• Find out more about the role of arts in relation
to health and wellbeing and hear about
creative health projects
• Meet with other like-minded arts and medical
• Tell us about your projects and ask questions
• Find out about the NT Creative Health
Leadership Group and its plans for the future
16 May 2018
10am to 11.30am
65 Staunton Street,
FREE TO ATTEND
Further Info: Maz McGann on 0438 807 973 or
TERRITORIANS are urged to take advantage
of the free influenza vaccine to avoid getting
sick during the flu season.
NT Senator Nigel Scullion said the highest influenza
activity in Australia in almost a decade occurred last
year, mirroring a global trend.
“More than 250,000 Australians tested positive for
influenza and there were double the normal hospitalisa-
tions,” he said.
“I urge all Territorians to consider getting a flu shot
this year. Annual influenza vaccination is recommended
for any person six months of age and older.
“It’s important to get the flu shot every year as the
virus changes from year to year.”
Senator Scullion said the Federal Government funded
the National Immunisation Program.
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