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Roper Gulf Regional Council newsletter



Roper Gulf Regional Council newsletter


Roper Gulf Regional Council


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Page 7 The Governance unit is running out of spare desks after it welcomed the Councils new Compliance Co-ordinator to the team on November 14. Cristian Coman has arrived in the Top End from Sydney, where he notched up several years diverse experience with compliance, legislation and investigation with State and Federal Governments. His first task will be finalising the review of Council policies and procedures, and writing any new polices or procedures that the Council requires. Thankfully, Cristian also seems to have brought some much-needed rain across the border with him. CDP delivers Skull Cave seating alternative GHOST WHO SITS: Talented Binjari CDP participants are all smiles as they show off the skull-themed chair - which would not look of place in the Phantoms famed Skull Cave - they constructed as part of a furniture-building project. Roper Gulf Regional Councils talented Community Development Program participants are continuing to show off their creative flair on the furniture front. After participants in Barunga turned heads with a range of seating made from recycled 44-gallon fuel drums earlier in the year, the Binjari crew has channelled a comic book favourite in creating its latest piece of one-of-a-kind furniture. Participants could not keep the smiles off their faces this month as they unveiled a skull chair that could easily have found a home in the Phantoms Skull Cave, had it not been snapped up before the horse-riding, lycra-clad superhero could get his hands on it. Like much of the other furniture being created in the community, the material for the stunning chair was sourced from salvaged pallets. WELCOME ABOARD: Former Sydneysider Cristian Coman is the Councils new Compliance Co-ordinator. Council compliance gets staffing boost