2007 AGM

2007 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

VENUE: THE VERANDA AREA AT THE NIGHT CLIFF SPORTS CLUB.
Access to the veranda area is via the stairway in the Sportsman’s Bar. At the upstairs landing, first door on the right leads onto the veranda.

DATE: WEDNESDAY 31 OCTOBER 2007

TIME: 1800 HRS

MEALS AND DRINKS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE CLUB

Click onlinks below for
1. Nomination for positions on the Management Committee
2. Renewal of Membership

Please note that Nominations for the Committee must be lodged with the Executive Officer no later than 24 October and that both Nominee and Seconder must be financial members of the Association.

The Association is seeking to maintain on its website an up to date directory of members’ and their business specialities. To this end the Renewal Form has been redesigned to include a section where this information can be added.

The main topics for discussion at the meeting will be the FTO Fishery Management Plan and a Code of Conduct Details of both documents and the 2006/7 Committee Report are posted on the Association’s website – www.ntgfia.com.au. It will save time at the meeting if you visit the website and familiarize yourself with all these items.

We have invited a representative from NT Fisheries to address the meeting. Originally this was to be the Director of Fisheries Ms Heather Brayford; but she is unavailable on that date. We have also invited Senator Nigel Scullion who should be able to provide some advice on the Commonwealth Liquor Restrictions on Aboriginal Reserves.

At the meeting we will be seeking members’ approval to employ a paid membership officer and will be asking for members to join a sub committee to assist with social functions and raising funds for the associations administrative requirements.

I urge you to renew your NTGFIA membership by completing the renewal form and returning it to the Executive Officer together with the $10 annual fee. With major changes to the administration of the FTO Fishery in the offing, the need for a comprehensive and active membership base has become even more critical.

FTO Fishery Management Plan

Code of Conduct 

2006/2007 Committee Report