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Time is running out, the people are stirring

Wednesday, February 20, 2019


Dear Sir,

Please print the following letter that I sent to the Mayor this week.

Dear Mayor,

In the Norfolk Islander and Norfolk Online news editions dated 2nd Feb 2019, I wrote a letter to the Editor referring to your weekly ‘Radio Chat’ on 23 Jan 2019 requesting that you put into writing the ‘message’ that you got!  My apologies for not cc’ing you in on my letter to the Editor. I will paste a copy for your reference below.

In this weeks paper and on Norfolk Online there was a letter from Jimbo Tavener stating a number of relevant facts regarding the importation of rock.  I have pasted a copy below for your reference.

I would like to request from you and the Council that you put into writing that you will not allow the importation of rock to Norfolk Island as the consequences will be dire to our environment and in turn our economy.

If there is truly a VALID reason for the import of rock, please make the reports available, stop hiding behind the word ‘confidential’, and also provide the ‘Environmental Impact Report’ that has been (should have been) done on the import of ‘UNTREATED ROCK’. 

As you will be well aware, once insects/spiders/ants/snakes/pathogens are here on the island, there is no turning back. They are here to stay – you will be putting our precious environment at such extreme risk. They have not been able to get rid of the ants, they are continually putting the program on hold due to lack of funds. The Myrtle Rust that has arrived on Island is not even being addressed! What measures do you have in place for the Rock if such were to occur?

Time is running out, the people are stirring.  Please issue a written statement to alay fears.

Regards

Gaelene Quintal

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Response to Sussan Ley 15 Feb 2019

Friday, February 15, 2019


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A Story about Tibet, and Norfolk Island

Thursday, February 14, 2019


Dear Editor,


Many Australians newly resident on Norfolk Island find it hard to understand why many Pitcairners and other long-term residents of Norfolk Island are not impressed by the transformation of the island that has been imposed by the Australian Government since July 2016. Or so it seems to me. Understanding is, I believe, the foundation of tolerance and acceptance of difference, if not, perhaps, of agreement. So let me try to contribute a little to this understanding.

This is a story about Tibet. Tibet was invaded by the communist People's Republic of China (PRC) in 1950. In recent times China has put forward a number of arguments in favour of their position on Tibet. The organisation Free Tibet - the major NGO in exile opposed to China's actions – has enumerated China's arguments, and also provided their own opposing views.(1) Here is a summary of the arguments put from the Chinese side and the responses from the Tibetan side - in the words of Free Tibet itself.


¨         Tibet is part of China

China says Tibet was absorbed into China around 800 years ago during the Yuan Dynasty. Free Tibet says Tibet was not ruled by the Chinese government prior to the 1950 invasion, and that in 1912 the then Dalai Lama issued a proclamation reaffirming Tibet's independence, with the country maintaining its own national flag, currency, stamps, passports and army.

¨         Old Tibet was backward and needed China to liberate it

China claims that from 1950-59 China peacefully liberated and democratically reformed Tibet, ending its old feudal ways. Free Tibet claims that with 40,000 Chinese troops in the country they had little alternative but to submit, and that the destruction of the monasteries and the deaths of many Tibetans tells a different story.  

¨         Tibet already has autonomy

China claims that Tibet already has autonomy as it is included in the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) of the People's Republic of China, and that Tibetan traditions are protected. Tibetans on the other hand point out that Tibet is only a part of the TAR, the official language is Chinese, the senior political position has always been occupied by a Chinese, and monasteries are subject to monitoring and control.

¨         Tibetans are prosperous and happy under China's rule

China claims that in Tibet there is almost no poverty, disease or hunger; that life expectancy has doubled, and literacy increased substantially; and that there have been huge investments in infrastructure and jobs. Free Tibet claims Tibetans have been disadvantaged in their own country: that many infrastructure projects have benefitted the Chinese military and the mass migration of Chinese workers, and China's access to Tibet's resources; and that Tibetan nomads have been forced from their lands.

¨         The Dalai Lama wants power, not peace

China claims that the Dalai Lama is the latest in a line of "God King Dictators" – a politician in monk's clothing whose agenda is to secure and independent Tibet which he can again rule. Free Tibet claims that in exile the Dalai Lama has devolved his political power to a democratic institution and is a consistent advocate of friendship with the Chinese people and dialogue with the Chinese government. He does not seek an independent Tibet but a "Middle Way" approach which seeks greater freedom for Tibetans without independence.

¨         Free Tibet supporters are anti-China

China claims that the Free Tibet movement is supported by Western and anti-China forces, and that human rights are China's internal affair. Free Tibet claims that is has no argument with the Chinese people, but that they see Tibetans as victims of the undemocratic Chinese government and see Tibetans' struggle for freedom as a just cause.


Over the years China has poured money and resources into Tibet, which have no doubt benefitted the country in some ways. So why does the resistance to Chinese occupation remain so fierce after more than half a century? A substantial part of the answer to that question can be found, I believe, in the Memorandum on Genuine Autonomy for the Tibetan People published by the Tibetan government in exile in Dharamshala (India), in 2008. It attests:


The Tibetan people’s culture and identity can only be preserved and promoted by the Tibetans themselves and not by any others.  Therefore, Tibetans should be capable of self-help, self-development and self-government, and an optimal balance needs to be found between this and the necessary and welcome guidance and assistance for Tibet from the Central Government and other provinces and regions of the PRC. (2)


The centre of the Tibetan claim is one based on the integrity of culture and identity (written and spoken language, religion, political system, music, art, architecture). There is also here an implicit claim to Tibetan pride, dignity and self-reliance.


Excepting the issue of physical violence, and given the necessary changes from the Tibetan situation, the arguments put forward by the Australian Government in justification of their actions on Norfolk Island, and the opposing arguments presented by groups on Norfolk Island such as the Norfolk Island People for Democracy, are remarkably similar. There is nothing untoward or eccentric about the arguments put forward on Norfolk Island in opposition to what has happened on the island in recent years.


And on the Norfolk side it can be claimed historically that Norfolk Island was created as a "distinct and separate settlement" by the British Government, for people from the eastern Pacific, over 40 years prior to the existence of Australia and almost sixty years before being transferred as an external territory into the guardianship of Australia; and that politically the Australian Government's proposed impositions were roundly rejected at a legally constituted referendum on the island in 2015.


In December 2018 a submission was made to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR) on behalf of a Norfolk Island resident and Pitcairn descendant, claiming a breach of human rights by the Australian Government. The acceptance by the UNHCHR of the submission, and the request from the UN that the Australian Government respond to the claim within six months, demonstrate that in the international arena, the matter is non-trivial.


In the cases of both Tibet and Norfolk Island the issues are multidimensional, complex and by no means black or white. How the various political processes dealing with these issues will evolve and work themselves out, remains to be seen. Is there a "middle way" for Norfolk Island? Surely it is not be beyond the whit of humankind to find one.


Yours sincerely, Chris Nobbs.


(1) Free Tibet, "What is China's argument on Tibet?": https://freetibet.org/about/china-argument (accessed 6/2/2019)

(2) Central Tibetan Administration, 2008. Memorandum on Genuine Autonomy for the Tibetan People, November. https://tibet.net/important-issues/sino-tibetan-dialogue/memorandum-on-geniune-autonomy-for-the-tibetan-people/ (accessed 7/2/2019).

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Water saving idea.

Thursday, February 14, 2019


Dear Alison,   

                     

Hello how are you?  well I hope.   I would like to put forward an idea I have had for quite a few years now. It is to save water that is used to flush toilets.  I am aware Norfolk is going through a drought so this would be ideal.  Ok, the idea is to fit a small tank to the outside of the house attaching the tank directly to the toilet and filling it with sea water. This would save hundreds of litres of fresh water a year, as it is now I'm sure to save water the loo is only flushed 2-3 times a day in a busy house hold (same on the mainland in drought areas)  and this is not good for the health of families. 


At the time that I thought of this I spoke to a plumber and he told me it would work with out doing any harm to the toilet. If there are any metal components in a toilet cistern naturally they would have to be replaced with plastic so the sea water does not corrode them.  I'm sure collecting sea water on Norfolk would not pose a problem unlike the mainland where councils would pounce on it and  fine or prosecute people. It would be great if someone would try it and give me some feed back.  Well hope it helps.  


cheers Eve Severiny.

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The Importation of Rock

Thursday, February 14, 2019


On Sunday 2nd February, I attended a meeting about the importation of rock. The guest speakers were Dr Sara Beavis and John Quintal. Sara was on island holidaying with her family. Her son in law is currently studying the Melanesian Mission, so she came over to help her daughter and enjoy her grandson. Never would she have guessed that a conversation with Colleen Crane would align with her expertise in the field of environmental geology and resource extraction during her stay here!


Sara Beavis, BA, Grad Dip, FGS, PhD, and Senior Lecturer at the Australian National University has many areas of expertise, too numerous to mention, and she has worked 25 years in the public sector in environmental assessment and management.  Sara has consulted with both the public and the private sectors, as well as government departments.


Here is a link to some of the research she has completed:

https://researchers.anu.edu.au/researchers/beavis-sg


According to Sara, the ‘risk of contamination occurs on-site, during transport and in particular stockpiling when soil and organic material can adhere to aggregates (rock)….Stockpiling can occur at various locations prior to delivery at the final destination..’, which could result in multiple contaminations. ‘Contamination by soil and organic matter will potentially introduce weed seeds, invertebrates and soil pathogens. Soil pathogens may include bacteria, fungi and moulds, some of which will be agricultural and plant pests.’


‘For Norfolk Island, a significant biosecurity risk with imported aggregate would be the entry of Phytophthra cinnamomi, described as one of the world’s worst pathogens. It grows as microscopic filaments using the plants root and basal stem as a source of energy’, resulting in root rot. ‘It prevents the flow of water and nutrients, ultimately weakening or killing the plant…It is a highly invasive species.’ Although we currently have a type of root rot on the island, it is not as virulent or devastating as this one.


In 1970, a study was made using Norfolk Pines and Phytophthora cinnamomi. Eight months after being exposed, the pine trees were severely infected, with evidence of root rot, stunting and needle chlorosis ( loss of the normal green coloration of leaves of plants, caused by iron deficiency in lime-rich soils, disease, or lack of light). Importing aggregate to Norfolk Island runs the risk of introducing this highly invasive pathogen/root rot and wiping out our Norfolk Pines.


And that’s just the beginning! This pathogen could also affect our food crops, as well as those pretty garden plants and flowers we are so found of. With Norfolk Pines suffering the impact of root rot and die-back, migratory seabirds like the tern would be less able to come here and nest successfully. With the pines dying off, many of our endemic plant species, birdlife and insects will also be affected. The flow on effects are as yet unknown, but will be complex.  Could it  leave Norfolk Island looking like Philip Islandand not be conducive to encouraging tourism dollars?


When I first heard about the importation of rock, I remember thinking ‘Oh well, if that’s what needs to be done, then so be it.’ I had no idea of the ramifications or issues that would result if this was indeed to happen.


In subsequent meetings with what I call ‘The Rock Group’, the council and the administrative arm of the council, I began to get a tad worried. I began researching and asking those who were more knowledgeable than me or had local knowledge I wasn’t aware of. The more I learned the more scared I became, especially when I understood the ramifications and catastrophes that could come with the importation of rock. The pathogen Phytophthora cinnamomi could wipe out our Norfolk Pines…..and what will we call our beautiful island home then? ‘No Pine Island’?!


In order to quarry rock that is from our island, we are required to have an Environmental Impact Report – why not have one for the importation rock? Once the damage is done, it cannot be reversed. There is no ‘undo’ button in nature.


I urge everyone to write or email the council, mayor and general manager to request that an unbiased and accurate Environmental Impact Report be undertaken, before it is too late. We need to protect our island and all its endemic species, as well as our way of life…which will cease to exist if this pathogen hitchhikes on the rock the council wants to import.


I have been told that snakes, toads, spiders and paralysis ticks, to name a few, can also ‘hide’ within imported rock. No amount of treatment, chemical or otherwise, will kill them off or prevent them from coming ashore.


Next week I will write about John’s experiences with the work that was done on Barrow Island and the bio security issues that resulted.


**Many thanks to Dr Sara Beavis for allowing me to pick out parts of the report that she submitted to the Council of Elders on 9 February 2019.***

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Documents of Ley's received by FOI

Friday, February 01, 2019


Dear Editor

The Norfolk Island Chamber of Commerce, Inc has obtained through freedom of information the briefing papers of Asst Minister Sussan Ley for her visit to Norfolk Island in November 2018. 


Chamber provides a copy of this document for Norfolk Island community information.


DEPARTMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE, REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CITIES

MEETING WITH MAYOR, NORFOLK ISLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL

 Outcomes Sought:

Explore opportunities to work Cooperative, Collaborative and in Partnership with the Norfolk Island Regional Council (NIRC) and the Norfolk Island community.

 Discuss priorities for Norfolk Island and the NIRC, including

 New health facility;

 Norfolk Island Airport runways resealing;

 Undersea cable; and

 Monitoring the economy.

Key Issues:

  • During the former Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government, the Hon Dr John McVeigh MP visit to Norfolk Island the Mayor, Ms Robin Adams’ emphasised ‘Cooperation, Collaboration, and Partnership’ as the best approach to moving forward and for the Commonwealth and NIRC to work together.

New Health Facility

  • The 2018-19 Budget included a commitment of $1.2 million for the preparation of a business case for a new Multipurpose Health Service Facility (MPS). Dr McVeigh announced this funding during his visit in July 2018.
  • The Mayor recently wrote to you outlining the Council’s proposal for Norfolk Island to be ‘A Centre for Health and Wellbeing in the Pacific’. The proposal suggests building a ‘state of the art New Age Hospital’ on the island, including a modern operating theatre, maternity services, surgeons and anaesthetists. These services are not provided under an MPS model and it is highly unlikely they will be provided in the new facility. Community consultation will commence in December with expectation management being a critical element of the consultation. (Also refer to Event Brief 1.06 and Key Issues Briefs 2.06 and 2.09)
  • In addition, the Mayor has written to you about the Nuka model of care. The Nuka model of care is focused on listening to patients rather than being told by a medical professional and involves strong community involvement in preventive and supportive health care.
  • Two officers from the Norfolk Island Health and Residential Aged Care Services (NIHRACS) attended a recent Nuke model of care conference in New Zealand. The Nuka model of care could be accommodated in the MPS model.
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Being Controlled

Thursday, October 04, 2018


Sir,


As a resident of Norfolk Island, I feel compelled to make comment on the article published in the Canberra Times on 3 October 2018 under the name of Paul O’Connor, Hawker. Mr O’Connor’s reference to Norfolk Island being “a five-square-kilometre or so plot of vacant land” clearly indicates he has not been a visitor to the island, which is by no means “vacant land”. Historically, Norfolk Island’s lush lands supplied Port Jackson with abundant food during the early years of settlement when starvation was an ever-present threat, and to this day our farmlands supply a wide range of produce to support our community. In fact, one could live a self-sufficient lifestyle here and many do.


Referring to our community as “around 2000 unruly citizens …many of [whom] are descendants of mutineers and are probably difficult to control” further indicates Mr O’Connor’s lack of understanding of the community here. At the last Australian census (the first to include Norfolk Island into Australian statistics), we had 1,748 residents with 20% identifying as being Pitcairn descendants and 22% identifying Norfolk Island as their “country of birth”. Whilst some members of the Bounty Mutiny families dispute these data, nonetheless the demography of the community has substantially changed particularly in recent years.


Some 23% of the community are educated to Advanced Diploma level or above, being only slightly below the Australian average of 30.9%.  Given that the community has no local access to TAFE or universities as do those living on the Australian continent, educational advancement depends on leaving the island to seek further education and career advancement. With education comes robust debate including that round the “hot” political issues of current times, but I can assure you that unruliness is far less prevalent in this community than in many communities around Australia, as any investigation of local crime statistics would show. One of the most common observations of our visitors is the lack of graffiti and litter in our public spaces, the pervasive sense of safety, and levels of trust so high many people leave the keys in their cars and doors of their homes unlocked.


Like any populace, we engage in animated debate about the issues of the day with opinions along a wide spectrum, and this includes those identified as “descendants of mutineers”. Tarring us all with the same brush and assuming there is universal commitment to a particular viewpoint indicates Mr O’Connor’s lack of understanding of the ecology of social groups. We all express our opinions in our own ways, some vociferously and some by taking quiet action behind the hedges. However our opinions are shared, the common denominator is passionate commitment to preserving the lifestyle we share and which give our homeland – whether by birth or by choice - its identity.


All Norfolk Islanders, regardless of their heritage, are immensely proud of this place we call home and want only the best for our people and the environment. Our right to engage in constructive dialogue about actions designed to impact our future is enshrined within the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights.

 

Therefore submitting to “being controlled” is not something I believe any twenty-first century populace would passively accept without objection, as we are seeing globally. So if the ACT government is, as is suggested, struggling with its own internal challenges, by all means don’t enter into the vision-building partnership needed to ensure the long-term prosperity of Norfolk Island. But rather than denigrate, a gracious “thanks but no thanks” is all that is needed.


Sincerely,

Dr Kate Lemerle

PO Box 996

NORFOLK ISLAND 2899

M: 67 23 52112 (Norfolk Island)

E: bushtucka@iinet.net.au

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"Canberra Guide to Consultation"?

Thursday, October 04, 2018


Dear Editor

When the Minister visits, will she come armed with her little "Canberra Guide to Consultation"? I imagine it will read something like this:

  • You, the Minister, are totally in charge of the agenda. The Norfolk people have no elected body to represent them or negotiate on their behalf.
  •  Arm yourself with a list of people who will tell you what you want to hear.
  • Quickly fill your program with appointments with these people, and do not leave room in your schedule for meetings with the larger representative groups and stakeholders on the island.
  •  If you feel you can front up to a public meeting, just remember that the overflowing crowd in the hall is only the noisy minority, and should not be taken seriously.
  • Steer clear of those long time residents, particularly those of Pitcairn/Polynesian heritage. They are biased, and do not properly understand the concept of “Australian.”
  •  When consulting, only present a limited range of options. It does not matter that none of them are palatable to the locals.
  • Congratulate yourself that your government did away with Norfolk Island’s Referendum Ordinance. It was easy to dismiss the results of the last referendum. Another one may have presented more of a challenge.
  •  If you get asked awkward questions, just refer people to the Regional Council, the Administrator, or other Government departments. Then look away quickly so you do not see the eyes rolling.
  •  Give more weight the opinions of new settlers. They will have a better knowledge of what they left behind when they moved to the island.
  •  Let the Administrator steer you to the success stories, and believe it when you are told that these are the result of the Australian Government reforms. They have nothing to do with the resourcefulness of Norfolk Islanders in the face of difficulties and challenges.
  •  If you meet with responses that do not fit with your pre-conceived ideas, you have a special kit of spin, distortions and lies you can use. Everyone is used to it and will not notice.
  •  Just block your ears if anyone mentions “United Nations.” Australia will have to face up to it some time, but meanwhile just let the Norfolk people pour out their time and resources, and save Australia the trouble.
  •  You may hear quaint terms like “indigenous” “Local knowledge” “common sense” “self determination” “democracy” and “human rights” being bandied around. Just ignore them like your predecessors did.
  •  You will come across a fair degree of ingratitude on the island. Keep reminding them of how generous Australia has been and how much better off they are.
  • If you still have trouble engaging in genuine consultation, don’t let it bother you. The Australian Government is always going to have the last say. What the Norfolk people want doesn’t matter. It never has.
  •  We have been trying to change the island so it resembles a suburb of Canberra, and looks as if it will “fit”. It is a work in progress. Meanwhile, just treat it like a part of regional Australia, and pretend all that ocean is Lake Burley Griffin.
  • You will of course have all your travel expenses met as part of your Ministerial allowances. It will go into the books as money being spent on behalf of the Norfolk Island people.
  • You don’t have to live on Norfolk Island to have an opinion on what is good for the people there. For instance, there are many “experts” attached to DIRD and other government departments. You may be able to save yourself a trip.
  •  If you do visit, enjoy your time on Norfolk Island. The people seem to be hospitable, respectful and law abiding. That one has us really scratching our heads, so we will supply plenty of security and bodyguards for appearance’s sake, to show who is boss.

With tongue in cheek, and genuinely hoping for something better.

Mary Christian-Bailey

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Government deception

Thursday, October 04, 2018


I am disappointed the way they have been treating Norfolk Island and the Islanders,but it's to be expected,the Federal and State Governments are renown for caring less for the smaller country towns and Shires than for the major populated centers on the mainland ,Norfolk Island was to be no different,with one exception.Its history, partial independence and unique Culture.It is for this reason I supported your fight with Hands Off campaign.


The Australian Governments Commonwealth or State will only see N.I.as a tiny distraction,a small dot in the ocean useful only for the area of Territorial Waters,extended exploration and fishing reserves.


You will never have good solid representation as long as you are an "add on"to a mainland seat of Parliament.


You require independents.


I wish I could do more to see Norfolk Island reach its tourism potential and self priority governance,we can only hope and pray.


I hope to return to your paradise soon.


Kindest Regards.

Ross Winzer.

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Federal Government spending of Taxpayer Funds

Thursday, October 04, 2018


Dear Sir,

In December 2016 I provided details of Federal Government spending of Taxpayer Funds on our Island hoem. I am sure the public would be most interested in knowing that during the last Financial Year (mostly) a further $100,000,000.00+ has been spent on the Island. The public can decide for themselves if it is money well spent, are the results of this spending clearly evident & if it has been of significant benefit to the Island as a whole. Are we any better off (my opinion is no we are not)? For a $4,000,000.00 Budget Deficit back in 2016, the Federal Government saw fit to INVADE our Island hoem and have since spent $200,000,000+ on the INVASION. Notably missing from these figures is the cost of Junkets by DIRD to check on awaa and the costs for Medivacs (believed to be $2,000,000+ in just over 2 years) the Federal Govt decided to close down our operating theatre at the Hospital. Surely they would have been better off supporting what we had (yes things needed to change at Government and Administration levels), supported the numerous initiatives proposed by our Assemblies over the years.

This information can be found on the Austender web site - https://www.tenders.gov.au


 Below are a considerable number (but only a small part) of contracts that have been let by the Australian Government and can be found on the Austender website Ports Traffic Management Plan for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Project administration or planning

Contract Period: 11-Sep-2018 to 30-Nov-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $59,950.00

Supplier Name: CONSULT MARINE PTY LTD

 

Facilities Management services for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Property management services Contract Period: 1-Oct-2018 to 30-Jun-2019 Contract Value (AUD): $450,000.00 Supplier Name: BROADSPECTRUM PROPERTY

 

Removal Expenses

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Relocation services Contract Period: 24-Aug-2018 to 28-Sep-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $25,000.00 Supplier Name: LOCAL BUSINESS

 

Wellbeing Services on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Health programs  Contract Period: 30-Aug-2018 to 21-Jun-2021

Contract Value (AUD): $351,561.00  Supplier Name: KEY ASSETS THE CHILDREN'S SERVICES

 

National Blood Authority -Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Comprehensive health services Contract Period: 15-Aug-2018 to 30-Jun-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $30,000.00 Supplier Name: NATIONAL BLOOD AUTHORITY

 

Norfolk Island Ambulance Services

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Comprehensive health services Contract Period: 18-Aug-2018 to 30-Jun-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $271,140.00 Supplier Name: St John Ambulance Australia (NSW)

 

Norfolk Island Public Prosecutions MoU

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Law enforcement Contract Period: 10-Aug-2018 to 30-Jun-2021

Contract Value (AUD): $53,900.00 Supplier Name: C'WEALTH DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECU

 

Norfolk Island Interim Childcare Fee Relief

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Community and social services Contract Period: 25-Jul-2018 to 31-Jan-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $165,000.00  Supplier Name: BANYAN PARK PLAYCENTRE INC

 

Wellbeing Services on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Health programs Contract Period: 22-Jun-2018 to 21-Jun-2021

Contract Value (AUD): $3,515,614.00 Supplier Name: KEY ASSETS THE CHILDREN'S SERVICES

 

Delivery of the Norfolk Island Health and Residential Aged Care Service

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Business administration services Contract Period: 16-Jul-2018 to 30-Jun-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $12,380,600.05 Supplier Name: NORFOLK ISLAND HEALTH AND RESIDENTI

 

Labour Hire services for ancillary staff at Norfolk Island Central...

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Temporary personnel services Contract Period: 9-Jul-2018 to 5-Jul-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $585,000.00

Supplier Name: EFFECTIVE PEOPLE PTY LTD

 

Norfolk Island Regional Council Service Delivery Arrangement

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Business administration services Contract Period: 29-Jun-2018 to 30-Jun-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $5,317,487.00 Supplier Name: NORFOLK ISLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL

 

Vessel Procurement for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Marine transport Contract Period: 10-Jul-2018 to 30-Jun-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $10,884.00 Supplier Name: BIRDON PTY LTD

 

Agent Services

Agency: Department of Human Services

Category: Administrative agencies services Contract Period: 1-Jul-2018 to 30-Jun-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $43,817.30 Supplier Name: Norfolk Island Business Solutions

 

Norfolk Island Regional Council Service Delivery Arrangement

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Business administration services Contract Period: 26-Jun-2018 to 30-Jun-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $240,000.00 Supplier Name: NORFOLK ISLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL

Norfolk Island Education Services

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Business administration services Contract Period: 4-Jun-2018 to 30-Jun-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $855,586.00 Supplier Name: NSW DEPT OF EDUCATION & COMMUNITIES

 

Norfolk Island Public Prosecutions MoU

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Law enforcement Contract Period: 4-Jun-2018 to 30-Jun-2021

Contract Value (AUD): $83,100.00 Supplier Name: C'WEALTH DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECU

 

Grounds maintenance for Government House, Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Grounds maintenance services Contract Period: 28-May-2018 to 27-May-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $112,371.96 Supplier Name: LOCAL BUSINESS

 

Construction Works for Extension to Cascade Pier on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 31-May-2018 to 19-Oct-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $106,879.00

Supplier Name: WATERWAY CONSTRUCTIONS PTY LTD

Norfolk Island Child Wellbeing Service Provision

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Management support services Contract Period: 22-May-2018 to 29-Jun-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $25,212.00 Supplier Name: ICENI GROUP PTY LTD

 

Freight Flights mainland-Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Mail and cargo transport Contract Period: 22-May-2018 to 23-May-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $109,250.00 Supplier Name: AERGO INTERNATIONAL PTY LTD

 

Norfolk Island Ambulance Service

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Medical training and education supplies Contract Period: 20-Apr-2018 to 30-Jun-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $37,500.00 Supplier Name: St John Ambulance Australia (NSW)

 

Vessel Procurement for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Marine transport Contract Period: 4-May-2018 to 30-Jun-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $70,844.00 Supplier Name: BIRDON PTY LTD

 

Norfolk Island Capital Works Program

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building support services Contract Period: 1-May-2018 to 31-Aug-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $313,130.00 Supplier Name: MANTEENA SECURITY (AUST) PTY LTD

Repairs and stabilisation of veranda at New MIlitary Barracks, Kingston,...

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 17-Apr-2018 to 1-Jun-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $14,090.60

Supplier Name: NORFOLK ISLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL

 

Norfolk Island Regional Council Service Delivery Arrangement

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Business administration services Contract Period: 19-Feb-2018 to 30-Jun-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $1,342,000.00 Supplier Name: NORFOLK ISLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL

 

Education Services for NorfolkIsland

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Business administration services Contract Period: 26-Mar-2018 to 30-Jun-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $7,515,000.00 Supplier Name: NSW DEPT OF EDUCATION & COMMUNITIES

 

Norfolk Island Capital Works Program

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Publish Date: 29-Mar-2018 Category: Building support services Contract Period:

26-Mar-2018 to 31-Aug-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $68,738.00 Supplier Name: MANTEENA SECURITY (AUST) PTY LTD

Construction Works for Extension to Cascade Pier on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 26-Feb-2018 to 19-Oct-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $277,370.00

Supplier Name: WATERWAY CONSTRUCTIONS PTY LTD

 

Norfolk Island Capital Works Program

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building support services Contract Period: 15-Feb-2018 to 31-Aug-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $359,559.00 Supplier Name: MANTEENA SECURITY (AUST) PTY LTD

Adviser extend Telco Act to Norfolk Is

Agency: Department of Communications and the Arts

Category: Professional procurement services Contract Period: 24-Jan-2018 to 30-Jun-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $144,000.00 ATM ID: DCON/17/86 Supplier Name: Incyte Consulting Pty Ltd

 

Norfolk Island Cemetery Road resurfacing works

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Roads and landscape Contract Period: 23-Feb-2018 to 15-Jun-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $45,847.00 Supplier Name: NORFOLK ISLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL

 

Bathroom plumbing for 8 Quality Row & Government House, Kingston,...

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 22-Feb-2018 to 30-Mar-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $12,450.00

Supplier Name: LOCAL BUSINESS

 

Policing Services on Norfolk 2017-18

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Law enforcement Contract Period: 1-Jul-2017 to 30-Jun-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $461,976.13 Supplier Name: 9080 AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL POLICE

 

Cleaning and Other Services at Government House Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: General building and office cleaning and maintenance services Contract Period:

2-Jan-2018 to 31-Aug-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $102,239.84 Supplier Name: XXXXXX

 

Gardening Services Government House

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 1-Jan-2018 to 30-Mar-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $27,794.00

Supplier Name: LOCAL BUSINESS

Vessel Procurement for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Marine transport Contract Period: 30-Nov-2017 to 30-Jun-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $116,109.00 Supplier Name: BIRDON PTY LTD

 

Facilities Manager Commonwealth Sites Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Publish Date: 27-Nov-2017 Category: Property management services

Contract Period: 21-Nov-2017 to 31-Mar-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $50,000.00

Supplier Name: ADEGON

Construction Works for Extension to Cascade Pier on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 9-Nov-2017 to 19-Oct-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $19,187.00

Supplier Name: WATERWAY CONSTRUCTIONS PTY LTD

 

Review Financial Assistance Grants Methodology - Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Management advisory services Contract Period: 30-Oct-2017 to 1-Dec-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $50,000.00 Supplier Name: KPMG

Construction Works for Extension to Cascade Pier on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 9-Oct-2017 to 19-Oct-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $73,130.00

Supplier Name: WATERWAY CONSTRUCTIONS PTY LTD

 

Administrative Services for the Office of the Administrator of Norfolk...

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Business administration services Contract Period:  2-Oct-2017 to 30-Jun-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $34,500.00 Supplier Name: XXXX 

Norfolk Island Barge Project

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Management advisory services Contract Period: 11-Sep-2017 to 18-Oct-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $24,378.20 Supplier Name: WORLEYPARSONS SERVICES PTY LIMITED

Policing Services on Norfolk 2017-18

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Law enforcement Contract Period: 1-Jul-2017 to 30-Jun-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $1,670,000.00  Supplier Name: 9080 AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL POLICE

 

Construction Works for Extension to Cascade Pier on Norfolk Island...

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 4-Sep-2017 to 19-Oct-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $130,797.00

Supplier Name: WATERWAY CONSTRUCTIONS PTY LTD

Historic Shipwrecks Program Delegated Services Agreement

Agency: Department of the Environment and Energy

Category: Environmental protection Contract Period: 18-Aug-2017 to 30-Jun-2020

Contract Value (AUD): $60,000.00 ATM ID: 2000002233 Supplier Name: Norfolk Island Regional Council

Heads of Agreement with New South Wales for services to Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Business administration services Contract Period: 1-Jul-2016 to 30-Jun-2021

Contract Value (AUD): $43,207,586.00 Supplier Name: Department of Premier and Cabinet

 

Norfolk Island Public Prosecutions MoU

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Law enforcement Contract Period: 4-Aug-2017 to 30-Jun-2021

Contract Value (AUD): $826,333.00 Supplier Name: C'WEALTH DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECU

Construction Works for Extension to Cascade Pier on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 9-Aug-2017 to 19-Oct-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $52,968.00

Supplier Name: WATERWAY CONSTRUCTIONS PTY LTD

Norfolk Island Legal Expenses

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Legal services Contract Period: 14-Aug-2017 to 31-Dec-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $10,000.00 Supplier Name: 9690 OFFICE OF PARLIAMENTARY

 

Lease of Storage Facility on Norfolk

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Containers and storage Contract Period: 1-Jul-2017 to 30-Sep-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $22,500.00 Supplier Name: LOCAL BUSINESS

 

Completion of Residual Works on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building support services Contract Period: 21-Jul-2017 to 30-Sep-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $25,000.00 Supplier Name: ADEGON

 

Construction of Driveways at No 6 & 7 Quality Row, Kingston, Norfolk...

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Concrete work Contract Period: 21-Jul-2017 to 11-Aug-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $16,740.00 Supplier Name: NORFOLK ISLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL

 

Stage 1 Capital Works on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building support services Contract Period: 28-Nov-2016 to 28-Jul-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $200,000.00 Supplier Name: MANTEENA SECURITY (AUST) PTY LTD

 

Norfolk Island Jetty Design Finalisation

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Management advisory services Contract Period: 6-Jul-2017 to 31-Dec-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $99,851.80 Supplier Name: WORLEYPARSONS SERVICES PTY LIMITED

 

Agent Services

Agency: Department of Human Services 

Category: Administrative agencies services Contract Period: 1-Jul-2017 to 30-Jun-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $42,750.64 Supplier Name: LOCAL BUSINESS

 

Gardening Services Government House

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 1-Aug-2017 to 30-Sep-2017 Contract Value (AUD): $46,320.00

Supplier Name: LOCAL BUSINESS

 

Audit of Norfolk Island Administration FY15-16

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Internal audits Contract Period: 2-Jun-2016 to 11-May-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $236,500.00 Supplier Name: AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL AUDIT OFFICE

 

Stage 1 Capital Works on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building support services Contract Period: 23-Jun-2017 to 28-Jul-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $250,000.00 Supplier Name: MANTEENA SECURITY (AUST) PTY LTD

 

Vessel Procurement for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Marine transport Contract Period: 21-Jun-2017 to 30-Jun-2019

Contract Value (AUD): $4,742,733.56 Supplier Name: BIRDON PTY LTD

Supply of Mechanical equipment for Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic...

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Construction and maintenance support equipment Contract Period:

9-May-2017 to 30-Jun-2017  Contract Value (AUD): $20,000.00

Supplier Name: NORFOLK ISLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL

 

Construction Works for Extension to Cascade Pier on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 26-May-2017 to 19-Oct-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $467,254.00

Supplier Name: WATERWAY CONSTRUCTIONS PTY LTD

Services to Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Management advisory services Contract Period: 1-May-2017 to 30-Jun-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $18,600.00 Supplier Name: OFFICE OF THE CHILDREN'S GUARDIAN

 

Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area - Construction of ceilings

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 15-May-2017 to 30-Jun-2017 Contract Value (AUD): $15,137.00

Supplier Name: NORFOLK ISLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL

 

Freight flights to Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Freight forwarders services Contract Period: 15-May-2017 to 31-May-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $139,750.00 Supplier Name: Toll Remote Logistics Pty Ltd

 

Refurbishment of kitchen at property on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Finish carpentry or cabinetry Contract Period: 8-May-2017 to 30-Jun-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $18,270.00 Supplier Name: LOCAL BUSINESS

 

Cockpit Platform, Norfolk Island - Concrete Supply

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Concrete work Contract Period: 26-Apr-2017 to 28-Jul-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $12,000.00 Supplier Name: LOCAL BUSINESS

 

Strategic Asset Management Plan for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Management advisory services Contract Period: 10-Apr-2017 to 30-Jun-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $209,872.00 Supplier Name: GHD PTY LTD

 
Construction Works for Extension to Cascade Pier on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 10-Apr-2017 to 19-Oct-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $83,035.00

Supplier Name: WATERWAY CONSTRUCTIONS PTY LTD

 

Business Continuity Plan Services - Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Components for information technology or broadcasting or telecommunications

Contract Period: 3-Apr-2017 to 30-Jun-2017 Contract Value (AUD): $67,540.00

Supplier Name: OAKTON CONTRACTING & RECRUITMENT PT

 

Medical equipment for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Medical Equipment and Accessories and Supplies Contract Period: 28-Mar-2017 to 30-Jun-2017 Contract Value (AUD): $10,415.87 Supplier Name: ROCHE DIAGNOSTIC AUSTRALIA PTY LIMI

 

Medical equipment for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Medical Equipment and Accessories and Supplies Contract Period: 28-Mar-2017 to 30-Jun-2017 Contract Value (AUD): $44,385.00 Supplier Name: REM SYSTEMS PTY LTD

Air Conditioning Works - Norfolk Island office

Agency: Department of Home Affairs

Category: Project management Contract Period: 24-Mar-2017 to 30-Jun-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $103,000.00 Supplier Name: MANTEENA SECURITY AUST PTY LTD

 

Medical equipment for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Medical Equipment and Accessories and Supplies Contract Period: 24-Mar-2017 to 30-Jun-2017 Contract Value (AUD): $18,100.50  Supplier Name: INVERNESS MEDICAL INNOVATIONS

 

Medical equipment for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Medical Equipment and Accessories and Supplies Contract Period: 24-Mar-2017 to 30-Jun-2017 Contract Value (AUD): $27,280.00 Supplier Name: ABBOTT DIAGNOSTICS DIVISION

Medical equipment for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Medical Equipment and Accessories and Supplies Contract Period: 20-Mar-2017 to 30-Jun-2017 Contract Value (AUD): $30,580.00 Supplier Name: BECKMAN COULTER AUSTRALIA P/L

 

Construction Works for Extension to Cascade Pier on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 22-Mar-2017 to 19-Oct-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $101,984.00

Supplier Name: WATERWAY CONSTRUCTIONS PTY LTD

 

Construction Works for Extension to Cascade Pier on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 1-Mar-2017 to 19-Oct-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $93,500.00

Supplier Name: WATERWAY CONSTRUCTIONS PTY LTD

 

WHS services Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Occupational health or safety services Contract Period: 7-Mar-2017 to 10-Mar-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $22,082.50 Supplier Name: COMMUNICORP GROUP PTY LTD

 

Medical equipment for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Medical Equipment and Accessories and Supplies Contract Period: 14-Feb-2017 to 30-Jun-2017 Contract Value (AUD): $25,118.50 Supplier Name: ARROWSMITH AND GRANT

 

Norfolk Island Retaining Wall Consulting Services

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Professional engineering services Contract Period: 14-Feb-2017 to 30-Apr-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $36,437.50 Supplier Name: WORLEYPARSONS SERVICES PTY LIMITED

 

Stage 1 Capital Works on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building support services Contract Period: 13-Feb-2017 to 30-Jun-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $4,011,000.00 Supplier Name: MANTEENA SECURITY (AUST) PTY LTD

 

International Toll Free Numbers to Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Health

Category: Data Voice or Multimedia Network Equipment or Platforms and Accessories

Contract Period: 21-Oct-2016 to 14-Aug-2017 Contract Value (AUD): $40,000.00

Supplier Name: MNF Group Limited

Norfolk Island Jetty Design Finalisation

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Management advisory services Contract Period: 6-Jan-2017 to 31-Dec-2018

Contract Value (AUD): $96,348.20 Supplier Name: WORLEYPARSONS SERVICES PTY LIMITED

 

Construction Works for Extension to Cascade Pier on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building construction and support and maintenance and repair services

Contract Period: 6-Dec-2016 to 19-Oct-2018 Contract Value (AUD): $13,833.00

Supplier Name: WATERWAY CONSTRUCTIONS PTY LTD

 

Stage 1 Capital Works on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Building support services Contract Period: 28-Nov-2016 to 30-Jun-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $250,000.00 Supplier Name: MANTEENA SECURITY (AUST) PTY LTD

 

Norfolk Island Capital Works Stage 1

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Plumbing and heating and air conditioning Contract Period: 1-Oct-2016 to 22-Oct-2016 Contract Value (AUD): $10,532.50 Supplier Name: LOCAL BUSINESS

 

Norfolk Island Health and Residential Aged Care Services

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Management advisory services Contract Period: 14-Nov-2016 to 31-Mar-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $25,000.00 Supplier Name: PETER L BELL AND ASSOCIATES PTY LI

 

Director Norfolk Island Gaming Authority

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Management advisory services Contract Period: 16-Oct-2016 to 30-Dec-2016

Contract Value (AUD):  $100,000.00 Supplier Name: KPMG

 

Norfolk Island School - WHS and Training

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Business administration services Contract Period: 15-Sep-2016 to 30-Nov-2016

Contract Value (AUD): $55,000.00 Supplier Name: NSW DEPT OF EDUCATION & COMMUNITIES

Airline Services to Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Air transportation support systems and equipment Contract Period:

1-Aug-2016 to 31-Jul-2021 Contract Value (AUD): $8,500,000.00

Supplier Name: Air New Zealand Ltd

 

Cleaning Services on Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category:  Cleaning and janitorial supplies Contract Period: 1-Oct-2016 to 30-Sep-2017

Contract Value (AUD): $23,430.00 Supplier Name: EUGREY PARTNERSHIP

 

Norfolk Floor Sanding

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Floor coverings Contract Period: 16-Sep-2016 to 23-Sep-2016

Contract Value (AUD): $18,740.00 Supplier Name: LOCAL BUSINESS

 

Norfolk Island Gaming Authority - Model

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Information services Contract Period: 29-Aug-2016 to 29-Sep-2016

Contract Value (AUD): $17,600.00 Supplier Name: CENTIUM GROUP PTY LIMITED

 

 

Medical equipment for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Medical Equipment and Accessories and Supplies Contract Period: 19-Aug-2016 to 30-Nov-2016 Contract Value (AUD): $415,432.43 Supplier Name: HOLOGIC (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD

 

Medical equipment for Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Category: Medical Equipment and Accessories and Supplies Contract Period: 18-Aug-2016 to 30-Nov-2016 Contract Value (AUD): $22,664.00 Supplier Name: MEA DENTAL PTY LTD

 

Shipment of goods to Norfolk Island

Agency: Department of Home Affairs 

Category: Mail and cargo transport Contract Period: 4-Jul-2016 to 21-Jul-2016

Contract Value (AUD): $12,169.40 Supplier Name: LOCAL BUSINESS

 

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