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Council to trial breakfast at the Tennant Creek pool
Mayor Steve Edgington has criticised a funding agreement backflip on a long-term program for the town’s youth.
Watch this amazing video about looking at the world through the eyes of local children.
Council has delivered a written submission to the Liquor Commission in relation to alcohol restrictions in town.
Mungkarta schoolchildren drive road safety message home with catchy music video
The March column from the Mayor is out now.
Support the next generation of Aboriginal elders and nominate someone now for the First Circles Leadership Program
Mayor calls for permanent police presence in Barkly community.
An exhibition on one of history's greatest artists and sculptors will be in town for three months
Council has won a grant to develop a tourism master plan for the Barkly region.
Locals spoke about what is happening around town at the Tennant Creek Public Forum held last Thursday.
More than 150 people braved the weather to march down the main street in celebration of International Women's Day on Thursday morning.
More than 70 people enjoyed a breakfast on Sunday, 4 March, as part of the 2018 International Women’s Day celebrations.
Chief Minister Michael Gunner met with Council elected members and staff on Friday to discuss concerns about crime in Tennant Creek.
Mayor Steve Edgington is calling for better remote housing following the discovery of poorly designed and unliveable housing extensions in Ali Curung.
Fill in our survey for Council to receive feedback on the roundabout at the intersection of Peko Road and Ambrose Street.
The Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion met with Council at a meeting last week.
Have your concerns about the community heard at a public meeting held in the Civic Hall at 5.30pm on Thursday, 8 March.
Notice of Southbound Lane Closure: Paterson Street Tennant Creek
The Acting Chief Minister Nicole Manison met with the Mayor and councillors at a meeting on Thursday.
Come up with a logo for the 'Dob in a Dumper' campaign and win cash prizes.
The Territory Government is offering grants between $1000-$5000 to help Territorians celebrate Territory Day, their way
Turbocharging Tourism is a new NTG action plan to stimulate the Territory economy by accelerating tourism growth.
More than 40 tonnes of illegally dumped waste has been removed from around Tennant Creek.
Council is looking for locals who wish to train and work as a lifeguard at the swimming pool.
Don't miss this opportunity to book an appointment with the dentist who will be in town until 16 February.
Do you have a story about an animal from the Barkly region? Enter the Barkly Arts writing contest and win cash.
There's no better day to become an Aussie than on Australia Day as two new locals will attest.
Celebrations at Battery Hill honoured unsung community heroes
It was wet. It was wild. But that didn't stop locals from taking part in the triathlon or heading out to Lake Mary Ann for Australia Day
Barkly Regional Council is calling for nominations for Arlparra (Utopia) Local Authority
Find out the latest on Council with the Mayor's January column
Finish our survey on facilities out at Lake Mary Ann
The raft race will be on ... so get those teams ready now
A 12-seater Tennant Creek Transport Bus will take people to the Australia Day activities out at Lake Mary Ann.
The Australia Day 2018 Triathlon will now start from the Tennant Creek Swimming Pool.
Residents are being urged by Council to dob in individuals or companies who illegally dump rubbish around town.
Footpath Library's founder Sarah Garnett will be Tennant's Australia Day Ambassador
Welcome to Council's latest information on e-tenders
Council's Community Grants Program has been reopened
Youth Links is offering a range of activities during the school holidays
Winners of the Tennant Creek Christmas Tree Competition have been selected
Join the Mayor every month for his column about Council
Council will collect unwanted household items during the week 11-18 December
Copies of the Barkly Regional Council Annual Report 2016-17 are now available
Dust off your fairly lights and help Tennant Creek shine bright
More than 200 people marched down the main street on Friday in support of the NO MORE campaign
Join Council staff and Mayor Steve Edgington for the NO MORE Family Violence march through town.
There's still time to apply for a Council Community Grant
Hurry! Hurry! Nominate someone deserving today for the town's very own Australia Day awards.
Council and the 'NO MORE' campaign link up to end family violence in a Territory first.
Check out when the next LA meeting is in your area.
Council will hold a Special Council Meeting on Thursday 9th November 2017 at 10am.
Barkly Regional Council Mayor Steve Edgington made a call for action to develop a 10-year Barkly Region Master Plan
The first round of Council's 2017-18 Community Grants Program is open
Lap swimming at the Tennant Creek Pool has started
Council seeks expressions of interest for an Audit Committee Chairperson
The Purkiss Reserve football field has been closed for urgent maintenance repairs
Barkly Regional Council and Mt Isa Town Council are joining forces to bolster economic development and jobs creation in the region.
Are you young? Are you passionate about your community? Then the Office of Youth Affairs needs you.
A landmark two-day conference plans to put the Barkly on the map
There's three weeks left to become part of a Local Authority in your community
Innovation and inspiration is here with the 2017 October Business Month
Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) staff will survey locals over the weekend about the same sex marriage law
Councillors ring in changes at first ordinary council meeting of third Barkly Regional Council
Barkly Regional Council is calling for nominations for all Local Authorities in the Barkly region
The Barkly region is now home to one new Aussie following an Australian Citizenship Ceremony
Old hands and newcomers took their place in Council chambers for the official swearing in of the new Barkly Regional Council.
Council is looking for lifeguards who can work during the day at the pool
Nominate a young person in the Barkly for their outstanding efforts in the NT Young Achiever Awards.
Problem drinkers highlighted since the Territory-wide rollout of the Banned Drinker Register two weeks ago
All phones at Council HQ are now in working order
Grab this chance to hear about the abundant resource opportunities in the Barkly
Steve Edgington has won the role of President for the Barkly Regional Council (BRC).
A Territory-wide switch-on of the Banned Drinker Register begins on 1 September
Then book now and get qualified before the swimming season starts in Tennant Creek
The mobile early voting centre will move to the Council Library on 23 and 24 August
Residents and tourists buying takeaway alcohol in Tennant Creek will have ID scanned in preparation for the BDR rollout
Make your voice heard and put in your early vote at the Civic Hall in Tennant Creek
It's your friendly dentist. So make your appointment now
The Tennant Creek Caravan Dump Point is now open
Lions Free skin Cancer Screening 14th 15th July 2017
Potential Candidates are invited to attend an information session to find out what's invloved in running for council
Northern Territory Local Government Elections Your Right Your Responsibility
Swimming Pool Closure 28 May due to the cooler months.
Tree Lopping within Tennant Creek from Thursday 24th April until Thursday 4th May 2017
Swimming Pool - Closed Monday 1st May 2017
A Powerful Tool In The Fight Against Crime In Tennant Creek
Barkly Regional Council President Barb Shaw has accused the ABC of turning its back on vital service provision in the region.
Unusually high rainfall is continuing to impact on most remote communities across the Barkly.
The inaugural meeting of Barkly Regional Council’s Friends of the Cemetery committee was held in mid-January.
Nominations have been called for a vacancy on the council committees.
Do you want to train as a lifeguard and work at the pool?
The announcement by Emmerson Resources about the future of mining on the Edna Beryl lease was perhaps the best Christmas present Tennant Creek has had
Congratulations to a number of council staff who were honoured at recent higher education graduations.
The pool will be opening at night again to make up for the wind last week.
Feral animals are the target of a new program across the Barkly region.
The search is on to find the best basketball teams in the Barkly.
A national conference has called for a doubling of funding for roads administered by local councils
Functions and special events at Tennant Creek’s Christ The King Catholic Church will soon be held in much better surroundings.