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EVENTS

  • Submissions now open

    Pandamonia Art Exhibition: Showcasing Territory Talent

    Pandamonia Art Exhibition: Showcasing Territory Talent

    Art helps us to reflect, understand and process our experiences.

    The COVID-19 crisis has affected many in our community, including the arts and entertainment industry. It’s important that we support our local creators who contribute to the Territory’s rich culture and tell our stories.

    Pandamonia is an art exhibition hosted by the Federal MP for Solomon Luke Gosling to share the talent of our local Territory artists with the Top End community.

    Submissions are

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    Art helps us to reflect, understand and process our experiences.

    The COVID-19 crisis has affected many in our community, including the arts and entertainment industry. It’s important that we support our local creators who contribute to the Territory’s rich culture and tell our stories.

    Pandamonia is an art exhibition hosted by the Federal MP for Solomon Luke Gosling to share the talent of our local Territory artists with the Top End community.

    Submissions are now open to all Territory artists and creators to submit an original piece of art created in response to COVID-19.

    A shortlist of selected pieces will be chosen for an exhibition open to the public that will run through July at the Darwin Entertainment Centre’s Gallery.

    KEY DATES:

    26 May – Submissions of original art by Territory artists open
    26 June – Submissions of original art by Territory artists close

    3 July – Pandamonia Exhibition opening night with over $5,000 prizes announced and People’s Choice voting kicking off.

    For submission form, drop off details and further information, email: luke.gosling.mp@aph.gov.au or call 8928 0180.

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  • 25 April 2020

    Anzac Day Dawn Service 2020

    Anzac Day Dawn Service 2020

    Anzac Day Dawn Service 2020

    With thanks to veteran Lachlan McKerrow for sharing this Anzac Day Service audio file that he created for all who wish to honour our service people and veterans.

    Order of Service 

    Hymn – O God Our Help in Ages Past

    The Ode

    The Last Post

    A minute’s silence

    Reveille

    The New Zealand and Australian National Anthems

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    Anzac Day Dawn Service 2020

    With thanks to veteran Lachlan McKerrow for sharing this Anzac Day Service audio file that he created for all who wish to honour our service people and veterans.

    Order of Service 

    Hymn – O God Our Help in Ages Past

    The Ode

    The Last Post

    A minute’s silence

    Reveille

    The New Zealand and Australian National Anthems

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  • 10 April 2018

    Darwin NDIS Information Session

    Darwin NDIS Information Session

    The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new way of providing support for people with disability in Australia. The Darwin and Palmerston area will become a part of the NDIS on 1 July 2018.

    I am hosting an information session in partnership with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) in Darwin for people with disability, their families, carers and community members.

    Date: Tuesday 10 April 2018
    Time: 4.00pm-7.00pm
    Location: Oaks Elan Darwin, 31 Woods Street, Darwin, NT.

    Please

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    The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new way of providing support for people with disability in Australia. The Darwin and Palmerston area will become a part of the NDIS on 1 July 2018.

    I am hosting an information session in partnership with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) in Darwin for people with disability, their families, carers and community members.

    Date: Tuesday 10 April 2018
    Time: 4.00pm-7.00pm
    Location: Oaks Elan Darwin, 31 Woods Street, Darwin, NT.

    Please join me to find out more about the NDIS and get your questions answered.

    For more information about the event and to register please visit Eventbrite.

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  • 16 Nov 2017

    Swimming and Water Safety Roundtable

    Swimming and Water Safety Roundtable

    I wish to invite you to participate in Labor’s Swimming and Water Safety Roundtable with myself and Matt Thistlethwaite, Labor’s Shadow Assistant Minister for Treasury.

    Last year 291 people drowned on our coastline, pools and waterways and the number of drowning deaths in Australia has been increasing in recent years. The Northern Territory has the highest drowning rate per capita in Australia. Eight people drowned between 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017.

    Labor wants to

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    I wish to invite you to participate in Labor’s Swimming and Water Safety Roundtable with myself and Matt Thistlethwaite, Labor’s Shadow Assistant Minister for Treasury.

    Last year 291 people drowned on our coastline, pools and waterways and the number of drowning deaths in Australia has been increasing in recent years. The Northern Territory has the highest drowning rate per capita in Australia. Eight people drowned between 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017.

    Labor wants to get to the bottom of why this is occurring and develop policies to improve the teaching of swimming and water safety and keep Australians safe around water.

    There are many Australians that do not receive adequate swimming and water safety education. The water safety education Australian children receive depends on where they live and in some cases on their parents income level.

    A Shorten Labor Government is seeking your input into the development of a stronger national swimming and water safety strategy.

    Please RSVP for the roundtable by emailing luke.gosling.mp@aph.gov.au or phone (08) 8928 0180. Once you have RSVP’d we will email you an agenda including the issues we will be discussing at the roundtable.

    I look forward to seeing you at the roundtable.

    Time: 10am
    Date: Thursday, 16 November 2017
    Location: Darwin Surf Life Saving Club,
    Daribah Road, Brinkin

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