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Wagait Beach (N.T.) -- Periodicals; Cox Peninsula (N.T.) -- Periodicals
v. 6 no. 14
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The Wagaitear - June 2014 DEPARTMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE MANDORAH JETTY, WAGAIT BEACH CAR PARK UPGRADE The continuing work on the Mandorah Jetty car park upgrade is anticipated to be complete by the end of July 2014. During works, all cars should be parked in the temporary car park located approximately 200 m away from the jetty. Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians are advised to take care in the area, observe all signage in place and to park vehicles in the designated temporary car park area only. In the interest of public safety, the shoulder area of the existing road will be re-compacted and maintained for use as the designated walkway to the temporary car park area. Temporary lighting has been installed in the temporary car park area. Additional lighting have been provided for the walkway from the jetty to the temporary car park area. Once complete, the car park will have 133 parks and include parking areas for buses, cars, cars with trailers, motorcycles, bicycles and allocated disabled parking bays. For more information, contact Department of Infrastructure Senior Project Manager, Feroz M Ibrahim on 8999 4467 or email firstname.lastname@example.org w w w .n t.g ov .a u/ in fra st ru ct ur e facebook.com/roadreportnt Heritage Photo Competition The Department of Lands Planning and the Environment, in conjunction with the National Trust of Australia (Northern Territory) is inviting entries for a Heritage Photographic Competition. The competition encourages people of all ages to photograph heritage-listed places in the Northern Territory; or places which people value, and think should be retained for the benefit of future generations. Heritage-listed places include buildings, townscapes, Aboriginal archaeological sites, underwater cultural heritage such as shipwrecks and submerged plane wrecks, and places of natural significance. You can find out more on the NT Heritage Register. Young people are particularly encouraged to enter. There will be a special prize for the best photograph taken by someone under 18 years of age. Short-listed entries will be exhibited in Darwin and Alice Springs, in July/ August 2014. Entries are encouraged which: help to explain why the place is important to you, and/or show an unexpected aspect of the place, and/or display high artistic quality Images may be portrait or landscape. Min resolution 300dpi. All entries to be submitted on-line. If you have any questions, call 8999 5041 if you live in the Top End, or 8951 9247 if you live in the Central Region. Entries close 20 June 2014 Have you been visited by the banana police yet? Chances are you have, even if you didnt know it. During April and May the banana freckle national task force descended on the Cox Peninsula, visiting Belyuen and Wagait Beach on the hunt for the insidious freckle. Christopher Loew (pictured above) from the taskforce and his colleague had the fun job of going door to door and checking all banana plants in the subdivision. Despite the thoroughness of the search which saw them visiting 90%of properties, no sick plants were found. There are photos on the w w w . n t . g o v . a u / d / bananafreckle website that can show you what a sick plant looks like. If you think your banana plant might be getting sick you need to contact the banana freckle taskforce on their banana hotline : 1800 771 163 Banana Police Patrol! Ninety percent of properties searched 9
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