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Year in review 2016-2017, Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association



Year in review 2016-2017, Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association


Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association yearbook; Reports; PublicationNT




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1. Some of the ladies perusing the stunning jewellery at the Paspaley Pearls showroom 2. Jo Fogarty (Lucy Creek) & Colleen Costello (Crown Point Pastoral) 3. One of the groups enjoying the Paspaley Pearls showroom 4. Ibu Woro Sawitri, Eurika Siregar, Kezia Purick (Speaker of the NT Legislative Assembly ) 5. Kathy Tasker checking out the fabulous fashion at Lulu & Daw 6. Sarah-Jane McBean (Ruby Downs), Fiona McBean, Kay McBean (Bonalbo) 7. Val Dyer (Hayfield Stn) & Gina Warriner (Paspaley Pearls) 8. Anna Weir (Ammaroo), Robyn Nesbitt, Heidi Wright (Wright Social) 9. Some of the delicious fare served up at Wharf One Restaurant 10. Johanna Griggs speaks with audience members 11. Heidi Wright (Wright Social), Johanna Griggs, Catherine Marriott (Kimberley Pilbara Cattlemens Association) 12. Debbie Becker (CBA), Georgie Chisholm (NAB Agribusiness), Janet Chisholm (Napperby Stn), Johanna Griggs, Sarah McMaster (CBA) 13. Charlotte Boyer (Darwin) and Cindy Mayfield (Twin Hill Stn) 08 03 06 09 11 01 04 07 12 02 05 13 10 Paparazzi 2017 NTCA & Northern Stock Water Ladies Lunch 96 NTCA YEAR IN REVIEW 2016/17

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