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Annual report 2003 - 2004



Annual report 2003 - 2004

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Department of the Chief Minister


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Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).






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118 DEPARTMENT OF THE CHIEF MINISTER O TH ER IN FO R M A TI O N Katherine Australian Red Cross Katherine $350 Katherine Senior Citizens Association $1 480 The Freemasons Katherine $2 000 Nhulunbuy Nhulunbuy Senior Citizens Association $309 Palmerston Busy Bee Club/ Friday Leisure Older Persons Group (PCC) $876 Palmerston and Rural Seniors Week Committee $2 000 Palmerston City Council-U3A $1 450 Palmerston Lions Club and Palmerston Australia Day Council $1 200 Pine Creek Pine Creek Community Government Council $400 Remote Communities Ngalkanbuy Health Service $500 Tennant Creek Tennant Creek Senior Citizens Association $1 800 POLICY DEVELOPMENT GRANTS The Policy Development Unit made one grant payment to the NT Council of Social Service to support its 2004 Conference, Overcoming the Divide: Building stronger communities and a strong community sector. These funds supported delegates from regional and remote areas to attend the conference. Darwin NT Council of NTCOSS Conference Social Service 4 5 March 2004 $35 000 OFFICE OF WOMENS POLICY GRANTS The Office of Womens Policy (OWP) provides grants to women and womens organisations for activities that promote the social and economic status of Territory women, and advance womens policy priorities. For the 2003-2004 financial year a total of $47 803 was paid in grants. Chief Ministers Study Award The Award enables two Territory women to commence studies each year at tertiary and TAFE levels. The Award is administered by the OWP on behalf of the Chief Minister.

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