Back To Back Tidy Town Awards For Titjikala

Back To Back Tidy Town Awards For Titjikala

Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles

Northern Territory Minister for Community Services Bess Price

Two In A Row For Tidy Titjikala

Victor P Taffa

Chief Minister Adam Giles has joined Minister for Community Services Bess Price in congratulating the winners of the Territory Tidy Towns Awards.

“It was fantastic to announce the desert community of Titjikala as the overall winner, and national finalist, for the second year in a row.” Mr. Giles said.

 

 

 

“This is a true reflection of the efforts of the community and is a credit to all involved. It is great to see so many towns actively participating.”

“These awards are all about community pride and that’s something my Government is working hard to promote by developing our regions.” Mr. Giles said.

The Tidy Towns Awards encourage positive community behaviour, recognise enterprise and capacity building and support the adoption of best practice environmental management.”

Minister for Community Services Bess Price said it was great to see remote communities embracing the awards.

NT Minister for Community Services Bess Price

NT Minister for Community Services Bess Price

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“The Tidy Towns awards drive pride in the communities and builds self-esteem.” Mrs. Price said.

“It’s wonderful to see Titjikala take out the award again. The community sets a high standard for others to strive towards.”

“It is great to see so many remote communities on the winners list, with special mention to Yarralin and Haasts Bluff, who share the award of Most Improved.”

“These communities have shown a great commitment to continuous improvement and dedication to working as a community to achieve these fantastic results.” Mrs. Price said.

Through the Territory Tidy Towns Awards, the Keep Australia Beautiful Council (NT) is able to recognise community and individual efforts that are helping remote, rural and regional communities become environmentally, economically and socially sustainable.

The 33rd Territory Tidy Towns Awards are proudly sponsored by the Northern Territory Government.