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The Centralian advocate Fri 17 Nov 2017



The Centralian advocate Fri 17 Nov 2017


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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.) -- Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.) -- Newspapers.; Australia, Central -- Newspapers

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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Alice Springs

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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17 2017 BROLGA AWARDS 2017 13 V2 - CAVE01Z01MA Tourism pioneer honour tops an evening of pride Tourism Minister Lauren Moss with the Severin family from Curtin Springs at the Brolga NT Tourism Awards 2017. Below, left: Crowne Plaza Lasseters team Stewart Manson, Coralie Petit, Nicole Richards and Pat Jervis. Right: The Severin family from Curtin Springs. Are you looking to overcome your recruitment obstacles? Call Jenny or Nathan to discuss a recruitment feature to suit your needs. Jenny Madden (08) 8944 9719 jennifer.madden@news.com.au Nathan Bendall (08) 8944 9914 nathan.bendall@news.com.au NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING to be held on Thursday 30 November 2017 at 10.30am 32 Priest Street, Alice Springs AGENDA Lunch to be provided. All Congress members are invited to attend. THIS NOTICE HAS BEEN APPROVED BY THE COMPANY SECRETARY, STEPHANIE CAMPBELL. Central Australian Aboriginal Congress ABORIGINAL CORPORATION | ICN 7823 www.caac.org.au For more information contact Congress on 8951 4400 1. Welcome 2. Apologies 3. Checking the register of members 4. To receive and approve the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting held on 25 November 2016. 5. Tabling of 2016/17 Annual Report and any other reports. 6. Appointment of the auditor. 7. Declaration of three (3) member director appointments. 8. Proposed changes to the rule book. Copies of the proposed rule book are available to all Congress members at: i. Congress Head Office, 14 Leichhardt Terrace, Alice Springs, or ii. www.caac.org.au 9. Vote on the following special resolution: a. that the whole current rule book of the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal Corporation be repealed; and b. that the proposed rule book be adopted as the rule book of the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal Corporation. 10. Any other business (including questions by members).

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