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NT Newsletter

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Title

NT Newsletter

Other title

ICN (NT) newsletter

Creator

Industry Capability Network Northern Territory

Collection

NT Newsletter; E-Journals; PublicationNT; NT Newsletter

Date

2014

Location

Winnellie

Notes

This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Language

English

Subject

Service industries; Manufacturing industries; Periodicals

Publisher name

Industry Capability Network Northern Territory

Place of publication

Winnellie

Series

NT Newsletter

Volume

Newsletter, Janaury 2014

Now known as

Northern Territory Newsletter; ICN : Industry Capability Network newsletter

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Industry Capability Network Northern Territory

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/249039

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/567129

Page content

www.icnnt.org.au A small NT business is cashing in on the move towards green energy. Eco Power NT has so far supplied two streetlights and is looking to do more. It is understood that councils including at Oenpelli (Gunbalanya) and Pine Creek are looking to the new technology. Director Janene Dansie said the lights could be connected to the grid or taken off the grid to work as standalone units. They cost roughly the same as existing lights and contain LEDs. The company has recently installed one of the standalone units in a dark laneway at Palmerston which resident Andrew Griffiths successfully campaigned to have council illuminate. Eco Power NT has also partnered with Chinese company Build Your Dreams to design batteries to enable remote communities to run off-grid on either solar power or hydro power. Ms Dansie and her husband started the company last April but the long-term Territorians had run an electrical company Electric NT for six years before branching out. Source: NT News, 22 Jan 2014 ICN in the media -Territory Life | ORIC Tenders are out for surface remediation works at the ghost suburb of Eaton at RAAF Base, Darwin. Defence Housing Australia seeks builders who can remove the concrete slabs, driveways, trees and fences from more than 70 lots. The department is looking for land and soil preparation and management, and protection from erosion. Eaton sits just behind residential Darwin suburb The Narrows, and Member for Solomon Natasha Griggs was campaigning to have the houses and land released for rent or sale to the public to ease the housing crisis. But last March Defence announced 200 of the houses would be removed from the land and sold to the public for less than $100,000 each. The other 277 homes were to be taken to a holding yard. The Department said it would keep the land. Tenders are submitted to the AusTender website. For details ring Sam Chu on (02) 6217 8577. Source: NT News, 22 January 2014 Territory Life, Issue 2 a Business and Investment Magazine that showcases the economic potential of the Northern Territory to high-level executives nationally and internationally. Read on page 27 how more than $330 billion worth of projects are at the tips of local business fingertips with ICNs powerful online tool, ICN Gateway Territory Life Magazine - available to read online at territorylifemag.com Page 5 NT Newsletter January 2014 Are you an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporation registered under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act)? Did you know ORIC can help people run their corporations with reporting, governance, training and advice? ORIC also provides an avenue for new incorporations, delivering a tailored service that responds to the special needs of Indigenous groups and corporations, and striving for national and international best practice in corporate governance. Visit oric.gov.au for further information An Aboriginal corporation from Katherine has escaped prosecution for lodging a late general report. Source: NT News, 15 January 2014 Consumer Price Index December Quarter 2013 Released The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 0.8% in the December quarter 2013, following a rise of 1.2% in the September quarter 2013. The CPI rose 2.7% through the year to the December quarter 2013, following a rise of 2.2% through the year to the September quarter 2013. Source: abs.gov.au I n t h e n e w s ABM Resources NL (ABM) proposes to develop an open pit gold mine at Twin Bonanza in the Tanami Dessert. The Twin Bonanza 1 Project is located approx. 750km NW of Alice Springs (by road) and approx. 16km east of the NT and WA boarder. The site is located approx. 33km south of the Tanami road. The proposed mine would be located on a new Mineral Lease (MLA 29822) encompassing 3257 ha within AMBs existing Exploration Licence. The expected like of the mine is 3 - 4 years. The Draft EIS for this project is open for public comment until 7 February 2014. Source: Tennant & District Times, 20 December 2013 Visit ntepa.nt.gov.au to view the Draft EIS for this project C P I http://www.tenders.gov.au http://www.territorylifemag.com http://www.oric.gov.au http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/latestProducts/6401.0Media%20Release1Dec%202013 http://www.ntepa.nt.gov.au/about-nt-epa/comments/environmental-assessments


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