Developing the Centre - June 2016

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Upgrade quadruples elevated water tank capacity in Mungoorbada

Power and Water Corporation is upgrading Mungoorbada’s water infrastructure to help ensure a longer-lasting and safe supply of drinking water.

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Work commences on new netball stadium in Alice Springs

The new $6.25 million netball centre in Alice Springs is starting to take shape with block work to the perimeter of the stadium now complete.

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You’ve never seen Glen Helen like this

Glen Helen Resort has been transformed following construction of a multi-space terrace area designed to enhance views of the stunning landscape.

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Clontarf Billy Kart Derby a hit with students

Students from the Clontarf academies at Tennant Creek High School, Centralian Middle School and Centralian Senior College manufactured billy karts at the recent Clontarf Billy Kart Derby held at Yirara College on 9th June.

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New causeway keeps Robinson River community connected

A new causeway has been constructed providing critical all-weather access to the remote town of Robinson River.

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Weed control in the Barkly

The Legacy Mines Unit of the Department of Mines and Energy awarded a tender to the Jululikari Council Aboriginal Corporation to conduct a weed survey and subsequent control activities on mining tenements in the Barkly region.

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Ntaria Indigenous students follow in ANZAC footsteps

Ntaria School recently embarked on an eight day journey by horseback to Alice Springs as part of a VET pathways course in rural operations, agriculture and tourism.

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Elliott housing upgrades moving ahead

Housing upgrades in Elliott north and south town camp and Marlinja outstation are progressing well, with ten houses completed and two more currently being renovated.

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Assistance available for those affected by the Alice Springs hail storm

A total of $500,000 in assistance is available for the Alice Springs community affected by the severe hail storms of Friday 17 June.

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Tourism improvements are top notch

The tourism appeal of Kings Canyon and Central Australia has been enhanced by a raft of improvements, thanks to over $600,000 in funding provided to local businesses from the Northern Territory Government’s Tourism Infrastructure Development Fund.