From the Gulf of Carpentaria to west of the Stuart Highway, from just north of Elliot to the southern edge of Kakadu, from the Queensland border to 100 km from the East Arnhem Coast the Roper Gulf Region stretches over 186 000 square kilometres. Our vast Region proudly boasts wide savannah plains, big rivers, pristine coastlines, tropical forests, rocky escarpments, a rich human history dating back 60,000 years…
Call for Tender – Tenders are being sought for Lot 193 Wugularr (Beswick) Creche Refurbishment and Upgrade
All qualified contractors and registered builders are invited to tender for this project.
A mandatory site inspection will be held on Monday 17th March 2014 for all interested contractors.
Please complete the tender application form.
Should you have any further queries, please contact RGRC Project Manager: Khaled Aly on 08 8972 0403
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Community Services are looking for a new logo for their ‘Living Longer Living Better’ Aged Care Services.
Community Services would like to see all your ideas, media, drawings, photographs and paintings that have a ‘Living Longer Living Better’ Theme.
For more information about this competition, please contact us on:
08 8972 9000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Memories of a time long past came flying back to Numbulwar with last weeks arrival of a collection of 450 unique black and white photos taken 50 years ago and held by the Netherlands Museum. Numbulwar a small gulf town of 700 people located 400 kilometres east of Katherine has welcomed the return of a collection of 450 photographs taken in 1964 -1965.
Netherlands, Dr. Fanny Wonu Veys who visited beautiful Numbulwar in late February. The historic black and white photographs were taken by Dutch anthropologist Alex van der Leeden and recorded everyday life in and around the then newly established town. A small sample of thirty black and white photos will be publically displayed at the School and with the assistance of language workers Janga Numdhirribala and Mamuna Murrungan, these will be documented into clan and kin groupings and named where possible. These photos will be kept in the digital archives of the language centre at the Numbulwar School.