Central Australia

  • The Chief Minister and other Cabinet Ministers met with the Mutitjulu Aboriginal Corporation Chairperson and Directors on the 10 September 2018 to discuss LDM and other Government initiatives.
  • DCM met with the Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation Chair and Board to discuss LDM and identify priority areas.
  • Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation Chair and CEO met with the Central Australia Regional Coordination Committee on 21 January 2019 in Alice Springs to further these discussions.
  • DCM Executive Director Central Australia has met with Mr Walter Shaw CEO Tangentyere Council to discuss LDM for the Alice Springs Town Camps.
  • The CARCC has established a working group of Tangentyere Council and NTG executives to develop a LDM framework. The first meeting was held on 30 October 2018.
  • Subsequent working group meetings have commenced the development of a Commitment Agreement between Tangentyere Council and the NT Government.
  • The Department of Education has a three year plan, and will establish Local Engagement and Decision Making (LEaD) committees in 34 remote community schools in 2019 with a further 20 to be established in 2020. DoE is in the final stages of establishing LEaD committees in 3 sites including Papunya
  • NT Police is trialling Service Level Agreements with communities to ensure police services are based on the specifics needs of the community. These include Imanpa and Willowra.