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Monday, 2 March 2015
Page: 1620


Mrs GRIGGS (Solomon) (13:49): I would like to advise the House of some grants that have been awarded under the Centenary of Anzac Local Grants Program. The Darwin Military Museum has received a grant of $27,000 to produce and distribute a book, including a teachers' guide, about those from the Northern Territory who served in the First World War. The    Casuarina Secondary College has received a grant of $875 to assist them in conducting an Anzac 2015 commemorative week and service at the college. The Darwin RSL will receive a grant of $7,262 to correct the names on the First World War memorial at the Darwin Cenotaph. The Darwin Military Museum will also receive a grant of $5,275 to contribute towards the creation of a First World War display at the military museum. St Pauls Primary School will receive a grant of $2,333 to install an Anzac commemorative plaque and a flagpole to fly the Australian flag at the school. The Palmerston RSL will receive a grant of $18,583 to conduct an Anzac eve youth vigil in Palmerston. This will be the major Anzac commemorative activity in the Palmerston region this year.