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02 NEWS TUESDAY MARCH 28 2017 CAVE01Z01MA - V1 THE chief executive of the world-famous MONA gallery has been announced as one of the members of the steering committee for the Iconic National Indigenous Art Gallery in Alice Springs. Mark Wilsdon from the Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart is one of five highcalibre names revealed in what is being called a massive coup for the Labor Government. Joining Mr Wilsdon is Michael Lynch, who is the chairman of the Sydney Community Foundation and former general manager of the Australia Council. He also has extensive previous experience overseas with CEO roles at both the South Bank Centre in London and the West Kowloon Cultural District in Hong Kong. Janina Harding will bring 30 years experience in Abor iginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and cultural projects to the steering committee. Ms Harding is the artistic director of Cairns Indigenous Art Fair and has served two terms on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board of the Australia Council. Arrernte Traditional Owner Michael Liddle is the current chairman of the Strehlow Research Centre Board, with roles at the Central Land Council, Urapuntja Aboriginal Corporation and Desert Knowledge Australia. H E T T I P E R K I N S Conquering black dog Christine Ansorge CONTENTS NEWS TIPS Do you have a news photo or a story tip? News hotline: 89509777 news@ aliceadvocate.com.au News 1-9 Feature 10-12 Alice Alive 13-15 TV 15-18 Scene in Alice 19-20 Comics, Puzzles & Crosswords 21 Opinion 22 Gardening 23 Classified 24-25 Sport 26-32 Call for applications for appointment to state and territory committees of the Dental Board of Australia The Dental Board of Australia (the Board) invites applications from registered and experienced dental practitioners and community members seeking appointment to the following committees of the Board: Australian Capital Territory Registration and Notification Committee of the Dental Board of Australia New South Wales Registration Committee of the Dental Board of Australia Northern Territory Registration and Notification Committee of the Dental Board of Australia Queensland Registration and Notification Committee of the Dental Board of Australia South Australian Registration and Notification Committee of the Dental Board of Australia Tasmanian Registration and Notification Committee of the Dental Board of Australia Victorian Registration and Notification Committee of the Dental Board of Australia Western Australian Registration and Notification Committee of the Dental Board of Australia The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) assists the 14 National Health Profession Boards in their primary role of protecting the public. The Dental Board of Australia Registration and Notification Committees advises the Board and makes decisions where the Board has delegated powers under the National Law. Registration and Notification Committee appointments are made by the Dental Board of Australia under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (the National Law) as in force in each state and territory. Appointments are for up to three years, with eligibility for reappointment and are expected to commence on 1 July 2017. You will require a detailed knowledge of the National Law, Dental Board policies, codes and guidelines, practice standards and legislation in your jurisdiction. Your application will be assessed by a Selection Advisory Panel for appointable positions. Visit AHPRAs Committee member recruitment page to download the information guide and application form. More information is provided about eligibility requirements, National Board member roles, and the application process. For enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close Monday 24 April 2017, 5pm AEST. 01 04 RBAustralian Health Practioner Regulation Agency G.P.O Box 9958 | Melbourne VIC 3001 | www.ahpra.gov.au Dental MeeMa's Kitchen, Lolly and Craft Shop proprietor Silvana Munn with some of her delicious homemade goodies. Picture: CHRISTINE ANSORGE BAKING is one of lifes great pleasures and there is something unquestionably comforting about the smell of cookies baking in the oven or the sight of a freshly made chocolate cake with vanilla icing. But there is another side to it all and local proprietor of MeeMas Kitchen, Lolly and Craft Shop, Silvana Munn has told of how baking has helped her cope and ultimately conquer her black dog. Finding herself stuck in a rut of depression Ms Munns love of baking quickly became her saviour. This is my therapy. It gives me joy and purpose, it keeps me busy and thats how I can work with it, Ms Munn said. I know there are people who want to buy my goodies so I must pull myself together to make them because I know there are people waiting for me. Depression makes you feel alone and isolated and you think nobody cares and my baking makes me feel cared for even though I have lots of people who care for me husband, children, friends. Baking in Alice Springs for the past seven years, Ms Munns shop is stocked with a range of delicious, fresh, homemade goodies from biscotti, almond breads and other confectionery. Big names show way for gallery Department of Tourism and Culture chief executive Alastair Shields completes the set, joining co-chairs Hetti Perkins and Philip Watkins, whose positions were announced in February. It will be the most important project that I will have had the privilege of working on in my career so Im taking this as a real honour and I commit to giving it my all, Ms Perkins said. Its one of the first times government has put their money where their mouth is and come to the table with a real offer and genuine interest. Arts Minister Lauren Moss wouldnt be drawn on possible locations for the project, saying there were many opinions. There are a number of locations people have put forward and thats something well be discussing with the community, Ms Moss said. Andrea Johnston I commit to giving it my all; it is a real honour. MLA forms now online NT MLAs will now have their Register of Members Interests forms available for public scrutiny online. Going online it will replace the previous system of signing in at the Clerks office to read the forms showing MLAs private financial interests. We recognise that to restore trust in government Territorians need to know there havent been any inappropriate influences, Attorney-General Natasha Fyles said.
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