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Joshua Burgoyne, MLA
Newsletter, December 2021
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Tenancy G4, Centrepoint Building, corner Gregory Tce & Hartley St, Alice Springs, NT 0870 PO Box 178, Alice Springs, NT 0871 8951 5463 firstname.lastname@example.org JoshuaBurgoyneMLA joshuaburgoynent Its that time of year again! As we move into the holiday season, there are plenty of activities for the whole family to join in. Christmas Time in Alice Springs Christmas Carnival 2021 The Alice Springs Town Council is presenting their annual Christmas Carnival and Night Market on Friday 3 December. There will be three stages of entertainmnet - stalls for those last minute Christmas gifts, lots of food and plenty of actiivites for the kids. Dont forget, the Councils giant Christmas Tree will be lit up against a huge fi reworks display. Get on down to the Todd Mall and Civic Lawns from 5pm. Carols by Candlelight Come together to celebrate the spirit of Christmas at this years Carols by Candlelight. It will be a huge night of entertainment including fi reworks, food for sale, and of course, a guest appearance by Santa! Entry will be by gold coin or contactless donation. Bring your picinc blanket or chair and gather your friends and family together to sing some carols under the Central Australian stars. Remember to stay COVID safe by checking in, keeping socially distant, using hand sanitiser and reconsidering attending if you are feeling unwell. Holiday Safety Tips Neighbourhood Watch NT have kindly provided a list of tips to help keep yourself safe this holdiay season. Protect your home by: Avoid leaving empty boxes in plain sight as this advertises what items you have in your home. Avoid leaving valuables or presents in your vehicle. Consider leaving a light or TV on when you go out to make it appear as though your are home. If you are going away, complete the Absentee Advice Form at nhwnt.org.au to advise NT Police, Fire and Emergency services of your absence. Stay safe on a night out by: Avoid leaving your property unattended when youre out and keep your bag zipped up. Avoid leaving your drinks unattended and dont accept drinks from stranger. Plan your night by taking your ID with you, organising a designated driver and letteing friends and family know where you are going. Look after your friends by starying together, not letting them leave alone, or with someone they have just met and avoid confl ict situations. Stay safe online: Be cautious when shopping and only purchase from secure sites. Look for a lock icon in the URL bar and a website that starts with https not http (the s stands for secure!) Avoid over-sharing online, particularly surrounding personal informationa and being away from your home.