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The Northern Territory news Sat 28 Nov 2020



The Northern Territory news Sat 28 Nov 2020

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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.

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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28 2020 CLASSIFIEDS 47 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA Notices Public Notices Return to Work Act 1986 Members Expressions of Interest darwin.nt.gov.au Budget Variation Scott Waters The following vehicles have been removed from public places. Any person with an interest in these vehicles should phone Council on 8930 0638. White Holden Sedan NT CA84SL from Shadforth Lane, Darwin White Toyota Wagon NT 660685 from Fig Court, Karama Blue Holden Wagon NT CD87GC from Lee Point Road, Leanyer Grey Mazda Utility NT CA98NS from Dinah Court, Stuart Park Red Mitsubishi Sedan NT CC85OM from Ryland Road, Rapid Creek White Toyota Utility NT CD72NS from Squier Court, Malak Silver Nissan Sedan NT CA60QT from Searcy Street, Darwin Under Section 128 of the Local Government Act 2008, notice is given that at the Ordinary council Meeting held on Tuesday 24 November, Council amended its 2020/21 budgets. Copies of the budget variations are available from the Councils website or by contacting Customer Service Desk on 8930 0300. Abandoned Vehicles Planned works Power supply may be interrupted for maintenance work in the following areas: Alawa Sunday 6 December, 8.30am to 1.30pm Bakewell Tuesday 1 December, 8.30am to 12.30pm & 8.30am to 2.30pm Casuarina Thursday 3 December 11am to Friday 4 December 5am Channel Island Tuesday 1 December, 9am to 2pm Darwin City Wednesday 2 December, 6pm to 8pm East Arm Saturday 5 December, 8.30am to 2.30pm Farrar Wednesday 2 December, 8am to 2pm Katherine East Tuesday 1 December, 8.30am to 12.30pm Knuckey Lagoon Wednesday 2 December, 8.30am to 2.30pm Micket Creek Wednesday 2 December, 8.30am to 2.30pm Nightcliff Friday 4 December, 8am to 3pm Palmerston Thursday 3 December, 11pm to Friday 4 December, 4am Rittarangu Saturday 28 November, 8am to 12pm Shoal Bay Wednesday 2 December, 8.30am to 2.30pm Wickham Tuesday 1 December, 9am to 2pm For detailed outage information visit powerwater.com.au/works or follow @PowerWaterCorp on Twitter and Facebook This week, IVMS Australia will be trimming trees in the: Darwin Rural area around Herbert, Howard Springs and Humpty Doo Notice of intention to apply for Registration as an Agents Representative Gerdi Soon of 12-14 Dashwood Place, Darwin City, NT 0800 intends to apply for the above registration under the Agents Licensing Act. Any objection to this application is to be made in writing to the Registrar of Land, Business and Conveyancing Agents, GPO Box 1154, Darwin NT 0801 within 14 days of the date of this notice. 21059749 Looking to sell unwanted items? Sell it for FREE at buysearchsell.com.au List for FREE Sold! Post an ad at Buy Search Sell. Call 13 11 13 Legal Notices NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section 110A of the Administration and Probate Act, the Public Trustee for the Northern Territory intends to administer the estate of RAYMOND WINSLEY late of Terrace Gardens, 1 Kettle Street, Farrar in the Northern Territory, Pensioner who died on 19 June 2020, Intestate. All persons having claims against the estate are requested to submit their claims in writing to the Public Trustee at Nichols Place Cnr Cavenagh & Bennett Streets Darwin, GPO Box 470 Darwin NT 0801, within two calendar months from publication hereto, after which date the Public Trustee will distribute the estate having regard to claims of which it then has notice. Leonie Smith Deputy Public Trustee .NORTHERN ~ TERRITORY GOVERNMENT ~TIWorkSate Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Advisory Council The Attorney-General and Minister for Justice invites nominations from interested persons within the Northern Territory who: a) include members with a wide range of experience extending as far as possible across all major industry sectors in the Territory; and b) include representatives of organisations representing employers, and representatives of organisations representing employees, in equal or approximately equal numbers; and c) include persons with expertise in the rehabilitation of injured workers; and d) include persons with expertise in the insurance industry. The Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Advisory Council comprises of no more than ten members appointed by the Minister and a member constituting the Authority. The Council's functions are to: a) to keep the operation of this Act under review; b) to make recommendations to the Minister on possible improvements to the administration of this Act, or the statutory scheme for the rehabilitation and compensation of injured workers in the Territory; c) to carry out investigations, at the request of the Minister, into questions about the rehabilitation and compensation of injured workers and to report to the Minister on the results of the investigations; d) to perform any other advisory functions relating to workers rehabilitation and compensation as the Minister directs. An appointed member holds office for the period, not exceeding two years, specified in the instrument of appointment. Sitting fees are available to members. Please forward your written application to: Secretariat for Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Advisory Council Department of Attorney-General and Justice GPO Box 1722 DARWIN NT 0801 or by email to AGD.NTWorkSafeAdministration@nt.gov.au Applications close: COB Monday 14 December 2020 search .com.au -~CITY OF 11 w @ "-DARWIN .............................. , Chief Executive Officer ,. PowerWater DE'l

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