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The Central Desert Shire Council adopted its 2010-2011 Annual Report today, 10th November 2011.  "I am very happy to present Central Desert Shire Council’s third annual report. The Shire is still a fledgling organisation but continues to make enormous progress. I continue to be very proud of how far we have come in such a short time." said Shire President, Norbert Patrick. The Annual Report provides the...
The Central Desert Shire Council welcomes community feedback on its rating review discussion paper.  A new rating strategy, which Council anticipates will be finalised and adopted in February 2012, will be developed following community consultation in the coming months. Shire President Norbert Patrick believes that a full and public review of the rating discussion paper will help the Council consider the...
Communities within the Central Desert Shire are prepared for the fire season thanks to the major Fire Preparedness project in the Central Desert Shire. The Fire Preparedness Project incorporates community based training with the establishment of important fire prevention kits in each community. Yuendumu, Yuelamu, Laramba, and Atitjere have already had their training with Engawala, Ti Tree, Nyirripi and...
The September edition of the Central Desert News is now available.  The newsletter features stories from around the Shire including: Stockman training in Laramba and Atitjere; School nutrition training; Harts Range Bush Sports Weekend; Building work at Atitjere; Sports weekend at Yuendumu And lots more... click here to download the newsletter.
To celebrate NAIDOC week, all Shire offices with the exception of Lajamanu will be closed on Friday 8th July, 2011.  Lajamanu office will be closed on Friday 15th July 2011. 
At the Special Council meeting held on 24th June 2011, Council adopted the 2011/2012 Shire Plan.  The 2011/2012 Shire Plan sets the direction for Council’s operations, service delivery, decisions, policies and budgets over the next year, four years and beyond. It sets out the key issues to be pursued by Council to address the community’s needs and aspirations. The Shire Plan will drive Council’s decision...

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