​Big mobs at new training

With class numbers originally set for 16 staff, nobody knew that so many Civil Works Assistants would turn up from Papunya and neighbouring communities Mt Liebig and Haasts Bluff to do the three day...
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winners edition!

Titjikala awarded Territory’s Tidiest Town MacDonnell Shire cleans up at Territory Tidy Town awards First ESO Trainee indigenous graduate Our Charmaine’s New York Marathon goal Open...
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Common interest across the planet

Hermannsburg Youth enjoyed a cultural exchange when Raw Materials, a youth organisation from Brixton in England, visited for several days. The exchange included writing songs and making videos...
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High standard of family parks

The newly established family park at Haasts Bluff (Ikuntji) looks great thanks to the efforts of Shire Service Coordinator, Rhonda Wilcomes and the hard working and proud Civil Works Team. The...
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Breaking the shame

Charmaine Patrick qualified as one of six women from across Australia to join the Indigenous Marathon Project and now trains to run in the New York Marathon later this year. To begin team training...
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Tjitji tjutaku Park opened for families

Like a giant puzzle being solved, the final pieces of the Titjikala park came together in the last few weeks. After the main play equipment was installed in December last year, the slab was poured...
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Leaving us in good shape

MacDonnell Shire CEO, Diane Hood resigned to take up a leadership position with the Northern Territory Government Department of Local Government. Diane leaves the MacDonnell Shire Council’s...
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Civil Works team commitment awarded

Titjikala Civil Works team received a plaque from Territory Tidy Towns recognising the team’s commitment to tidying up their community. The Tidy Towns Appreciation Award acknowledges their efforts...
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