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Page 12 Nominations open for Australia Day recognition The wet season is almost upon the Top End, so now is the time to consider storm and cyclone safety. The Northern Territory Governments emergency information website, SecureNT, has been overhauled for this years wet season, with new social media alerts among the many improvements aimed at making this time of year easier for residents and visitors. With a website, Facebook page and new-look app available, there is an option accessible to every user, and Director of Emergency Recovery Collene Bremner urged Territorians to make themselves familiar with their preferred platforms functionality. Visit securent.nt.gov.au for more information. Do you know someone who tirelessly goes above and beyond for the betterment of your community? Have you attended a community event in the past 12 months you think is worthy of recognition on January 26, 2017? Nominations are now open for Roper Gulf Regional Councils Australia Day Local Government Awards in Barunga, Beswick, Borroloola, Bulman, Jilkminggan, Manyallaluk, Mataranka, Ngukurr and Numbulwar. Until December 16, you can nominate someone in your community in a range of award categories, including Citizen of the Year, Youth Citizen of the Year and Community Event of the Year. For more information about what awards are up for grabs in your community, or to obtain a nomination form, visit your Council office. SecureNT has tips for safe storm season COMMUNITY SPIRIT: If you know someone in your community who is worthy of recognition on Australia Day, now is your chance to nominate them for Roper Gulf Regional Councils Australia Day Local Government Awards. BE PREPARED: Storm season in the Top End is not something residents and visitors should take lightly.