MCNT committee and staff wish all of our members and the wider community a very happy Harmony Day! The Northern Territory’s diverse, multicultural community is one of its great strengths. We look forward to working with you over the next year to support and celebrate this diversity!
Here’s some of the fabulous MCNT staff Danni, Mary and Helen celebrating Harmony Day with City of Darwin at the Malak Community Centre today! 🙂
Happy Families is back again this Friday night - 5.30-7.30 pm at CatholicCare NT! A great chance to get together with friends and family after a busy week of cyclone clean up. Dinner will be provided along with toys and games for the kids! Please RSVP to Kelly at CatholicCare NT and feel free to share with your networks!
Dassan Melaleuca Refugee Centre Darwin Community Arts City of Palmerston City of Darwin
Another beautiful gesture from Darwin’s wonderful multicultural community - the Bangladeshi Student Association - Charles Darwin University will be handing out cooked meals from 6.30pm in front of Casuarina and Nightcliff Woolworths. Thank-you to the BSA!
As we are all aware of cyclone Marcus impact, many of Territorians are still struggling with power outage.
In order to show support to the wider community Bangl...adeshi Student Association of CDU will be providing around 400 take away containers with Chicken Biriyani.
Food for anyone around 6:30 pm today (19th March) at no cost.
Location in front of
Casuarina Woolworths &
Pls call 0478645242 for more info.
Please feel free to share within your network.
The latest update about schools open/closed tomorrow from Education NT.
SCHOOL CLOSURE UPDATE #1 as at 5.00pm.
The following schools and preschools will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday 20 March 2018. If not listed below, your school wi...ll be open tomorrow.
• Alawa Primary School
• Larrakeyah Preschool (Primary school open)
• Ludmilla Primary School
• Moil Primary School
• Nakara Preschool (Primary school open)
• Nemarluk School
• Nightcliff Preschool (primary school and early learning centre open)
• Parap Primary School
• Stuart Park Primary School
• Wagaman Primary School
• Darwin Languages Centre
• Marrara Christian College
• O'Loughlin Catholic College
• Sattler Christian College
• Palmerston Christian School
**For all Non-Government schools, please contact the school office directly to confirm.
The Darwin Sikh community will be back at Jingili Water Gardens from 2pm today handing out vegetarian meals! Thank-you for all your fantastic work! Indian Cultural Society - ICS Darwin Ngaree Ah Kit: Member for Karama Kate Worden MLA: Member for Sanderson
Reminder that MCNT is shut today but will reopen tomorrow.
We hope everyone is safe after Cyclone Marcus. Indian Cultural Society - ICS Darwin have posted that Darwin Sikhs will be handing out cooked vegetarian meals at Jingili Water Gardens if anyone is short of food - thank-you to the Sikh community for their generosity!
Darwin Sikhs will be providing 200-300 take away containers with cooked Veg. Food for anyone around 5:30 pm today at no cost. Location Jingli water gardens. Pls call 0488047619 for more info. Please share with your networks
All MCNT members are invited to the next MCNT Members' Roundtable on April 7. Come along to discuss what MCNT has planned for 2018 and any news in your communities. Lunch provided. Please RSVP to Savita at email@example.com or by phone 8945 9122. See you there!
The Multicultural Council of the Northern Territory (MCNT) at Malak is hosting a Members’ Roundtable from 10.30am to 2pm on Saturday 7 April. We would like to extend a warm invitation to organisational and individual members to come along as our guest.
After a successful series of MCNT Members Roundtables held throughout 2017, we would like to kick off 2018 with our first roundtable of the year.
As part of the Roundtable event, MCNT will be opening up nominations from the gen...eral membership for our Policy & PR and Membership Engagement sub-committees. Other issues open for discussion will be a review of the MCNT constitution, new staff roles and a general overview of MCNT’s plans for 2018.
The Roundtable format gives the MCNT Committee the chance to update our members and clients about our services, activities and programs, and also provides a valuable opportunity to discuss any needs and issues with our community and individual members. We want to listen to you, and use your ideas to improve what we do!
The MCNT works with our members to enrich life for migrant and refugee families and communities in the Top End. MCNT is the local peak body for multiculturalism, and service provider of first choice for local migrants and refugees. We look forward to you joining us for the discussion and lunch if you are available.
Please RSVP to Savita by Tuesday 3 April on firstname.lastname@example.org or 8945 9122.
Happy International Women's Day from the Committee Members and Staff Multicultural Council NT to all the Women of this World. Have a great day.