Annual report 2014-2015, Local Government Association of the Northern Territory
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY 28 Council Audience &Training Undertaken Location Date reading financial reports. Training for local authority members on introduction to local government, roles and responsibilities and reading financial reports. Finke 18 March 2015 Training for local authority members on reading financial reports. Docker River 6 May 2015 Roper Gulf Regional Council Training for local authority members on understanding council reports and introduction to local authorities. Jilkminggan, Hodgson Downs and Bulman 28-31 October 2014 Training for councillors on roles responsibilities and community engagement practice. Beswick; Barunga; Ngukurr; Hodgson Downs; Borroloola 20- 24 April 2015 Training for councillors on meeting procedures and chairing a meeting. Katherine 29 April 2015 Training for local authority members on understanding council reports. Beswick, Barunga, Numbulwar, Ngukurr 22-25 June 2015 Training for local authority members on understanding council reports. Jilkminggan 30 June 2015 Victoria Daly Regional Council Officer training on the National Asset Management Strategy. Katherine 6 October 2014 Councillor training on reading financial reports, separation of powers, conflict of interest, code of conduct and the role of local authorities. Katherine 20-21 October 2014
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