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10 The Wagaitear, April 2009 Invitation to Comment The Darwin Harbour Advisory Committee (DHAC) is seeking community feedback on the draft Darwin Harbour Regional Management Strategic Framework 2009-2013. The Strategic Framework outlines a set of guidelines for the management of environmental, social, cultural and economic values and uses of the Darwin Harbour region. It also aims to: inform the community of the important elements and appropriate use and treatment of the harbour inform industry and business of community and government expectations on the use and conservation of the region guide all users of the region including the community, industry, business and developers in decision-making regarding their use of the region DHAC is also holding public forums throughout the Darwin Harbour region to talk about the draft Strategic Framework and respond to questions from individuals or community groups. Forum details include: date: time: venue: Monday 20 April 2009 6.00pm to 8.00pm Bottom Hall, Howard Park Reserve Whitewood Road, Howard Springs date: time: venue: Tuesday 21 April 2009 6.00pm to 8.00pm MAGNT Theatrette Conacher Street, Fannie Bay date: time: venue: Wednesday 22 April 2009 6.00pm to 8.00pm Community Centre Hall 62 Wagait Tower Road, Wagait Beach date: time: venue: Thursday 23 April 2009 6.00pm to 8.00pm Batchelor Resort Rum Jungle Road, Batchelor To register your attendance email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 8924 4139 For further information on the draft Strategic Framework visit www.harbourplan.nt.gov.au or phone 8924 4139 for an information kit. The closing date for submissions is Friday 15 May 2009. Darwin Harbour Advisory Committee Back to the Banyan Cox Clubs plans for big 20th anniversary bash Part of the subcommittee working on the Back to the Banyan event in May from left: Bronwyn, Helen, Lil, Zerlina and Tash. The Cox Country Cub is planning a huge celebration to mark the clubs 20th anniversary on Saturday May 2. Dubbed Back to the Banyan, club president Tash Walford said the event would be a tribute to all the community members involved with building, running and supporting the club for the past 20 years. Were looking for stories, photographs and old memories and old members who may have memorabilia or stories, she said. The subcommittee organising the big day has come up with a huge range of activities to keep everyone entertained. Action starts at 11 am and will go through the day. All sorts of people seen at the Cox Club.
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