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Palmerston election: final results

Following the final count of postal votes received by midday today, the quota was determined and a full distribution of preferences was conducted. Final results are located at ntec.nt.gov.au/results.

The declaration of election results will take place at City of Palmerston council chambers, Civic Plaza, 1 Chung Wah Tce at 4:00 pm today, Tuesday, 3 April. Candidates, media and the public are welcome to attend the declaration.

Media release 

Palmerston election - postal votes counted

PALMERSTON ELECTION – POSTAL VOTES COUNTED

Postal votes returned and accepted have been counted and first preference results updated at ntec.nt.gov.au/results.

A recheck of ALL votes continues during the week with ballot papers entered into the computerised vote counting system.

Postal votes can be received by the Commission up until 12:00 noon on Tuesday, 3 April. After this, the final postal votes will be counted, the quota determined and the distribution of preferences conducted. Final results will then be made available at ntec.nt.gov.au/results.

The declaration of election results will take place at City of Palmerston council chambers, Civic Plaza on Tuesday afternoon.

Candidates, media, and the public are welcome to attend the declaration.

http://www.ntec.nt.gov.au/2018CityofPalmerstonelection/Documents/Media%20releases/MR_COP_Postals_counted.pdfMedia release 

A recheck of all ballot papers to occur during the week

CITY OF PALMERSTON ELECTION Results of first preference votes cast on Saturday, as well as over 7,100 early votes are available on the results page at http://bit.ly/COPresults.

NOTE: Updates to the Mayor and Alderman figures will be posted to the results page on the afternoon of Tuesday, 27 March after over 730 returned and accepted postal votes are counted from 9:00am. No further updates will occur until all ballot papers have been rechecked and the deadline for receipt of postal ballot papers has passed; postal votes can be received by the Commission up until 12:00 noon on Tuesday 3 April.

After the deadline, any remaining postal votes will be counted, the quota determined, and the distribution of preferences conducted. Final results will then be uploaded the afternoon of Tuesday 3 April.

City of Palmerston results update

Results from voting centres are progressively being updated to the website.

Due to the large number of early votes, figures will be updated late into Saturday evening.

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngResults​

Palmerston voting centres open today 8am-6pm

City of Palmerston electors vote today at any of the following locations:

BAKEWELL: Primary School, 5 Hutchison Tce.

DRIVER: Primary School, 37 Driver Ave.

DURACK: Pre-School, 50 Woodlake Blvd.

JOHNSTON: MacKillop Catholic College, 285 Farrar Blvd.

ROSEBERY: Palmerston College, 185 Forrest Pde (Gymnasium) NB: Formerly Rosebery Middle School.

WOODROFFE: Sacred Heart Primary School, 34 Emery Ave.

Voting is compulsory for residents enrolled in the City of Palmerston council area

Palmerston election deferred until Saturday 24 March

​The Bureau of Meteorology has now issued a cyclone warning for the Darwin/Palmerston area in respect to Cyclone Marcus.

“Under section 42 of the Local Government (Electoral) Regulations the election has been deferred to Saturday 24 March 2018, NT Electoral Commissioner Iain Loganathan said.

“The decision has been made in consultation with the Official Manager of the City of Palmerston council, he said.” Stay up-to-date with announcements on our website and via social media at:

www.ntec.nt.gov.au

https://www.facebook.com/NTElectoralCommission/

https://twitter.com/nteleccomm?lang=e

 

Small PDF icon.pngMedia release

 

2016-2017 Annual political disclosure returns released today

“THE 2016-2017 annual political disclosure returns for registered political parties, associated entities and their donors were released today and are available online,” NT Electoral Commissioner, Iain Loganathan said.

“The returns detail donations to, and expenditure by, registered political parties and associated entities during the 2016-2017 financial year, and are available at ntec.nt.gov.au,” he said.

“A compliance review of these returns has been completed by the accounting firm BDO and their report is also available on the NTEC website,” he said.

For general enquiries regarding the disclosure returns, please contact Iain Loganathan. Specific enquiries about a particular disclosure return should be directed to the relevant political party, associated entity or donor.

Information on financial disclosure requirements in the NT is available at: ntec.nt.gov.au/disclosure

 

Small PDF icon.pngMedia release 

City of Palmerston election: Candidates declared

​​​​Candidates for the Palmerston election were declared at the City of Palmerston council office today.

“There were 17 nominations accepted for the seven Alderman positions and eight nominations accepted for the one Mayoral position,” NT Electoral Commissioner Iain Loganathan said.

 

“Candidate photos and contact information is available on the website at ntec.nt.gov.au.

 

“Ballot papers will be printed over the weekend and postal vote material will be sent to electors from Monday 26 February. You can apply for a postal vote online at ntec.nt.gov.au,” he said.

An early voting centre opens at the Palmerston Shopping Centre on Monday 5 March, voters working in Darwin can also vote at the NTEC office at 80 Mitchell Street.

More information: ntec.nt.gov.au  or call 1800 698 683.

 Small PDF icon.pngMedia release

 

City of Palmerston election: Nominations announced 12noon Friday, 23 February

​Nominations for the City of Palmerston election will be publicly declared in the council office located at Civic Plaza, 1 Chung Wah Terrace from 12noon on Friday 23 February. Nominations close at 12noon SHARP today, Thursday 22 February.

“Ballot papers will be printed over the weekend and postal vote material will be sent to electors from Monday 26 February. You can apply for a postal vote online at ntec.nt.gov.au,” NT Electoral Commissioner, Iain Loganathan said.

“Early voting is available to all electors from Monday 5 March in Palmerston and Darwin City. Locations and operating hours can be found at ntec.nt.gov.au,” he said. Voting is compulsory for all electors enrolled in the City of Palmerston council area. More information can be found at ntec.nt.gov.au or by calling 1800 698 683.

Stay up-to-date by following the NTEC on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NTElectoralCommission and on Twitter @NTElecComm.

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngApply for a postal vote

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngEarly voting centres

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngElection information

Media release

City of Palmerston election: Residents encouraged to register to vote

City of Palmerston residents have until 5:00 pm on Tuesday, 13 February to update their enrolment details in readiness for the election.

“Registering to vote or updating your enrolment details is easy and can be done online in a few minutes at ntec.nt.gov.au or alternatively,enrolment forms are available from any Australia post outlet,” NT Electoral Commissioner Iain Loganathan said.

“Nominations are now open. Anyone interested in nominating as a candidate for the City of Palmerston election must do so by 12:00 noon on Thursday 22 February when nominations close. Nomination forms and the handbook can be found at ntec.nt.gov.au, he said.

”Election day is Saturday, 17 March and voting is compulsory for all City of Palmerston residents. Applications for a postal vote can be made online at ntec.nt.gov.au

Stay up-to-date by following the NTEC on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NTElectoralCommission and on Twitter @NTElecComm.

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngApply for a postal vote

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngEarly voting centres

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngElection information

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Palmerston election: final results

Following the final count of postal votes received by midday today, the quota was determined and a full distribution of preferences was conducted. Final results are located at ntec.nt.gov.au/results.

The declaration of election results will take place at City of Palmerston council chambers, Civic Plaza, 1 Chung Wah Tce at 4:00 pm today, Tuesday, 3 April. Candidates, media and the public are welcome to attend the declaration.

Media release 

Palmerston election - postal votes counted

PALMERSTON ELECTION – POSTAL VOTES COUNTED

Postal votes returned and accepted have been counted and first preference results updated at ntec.nt.gov.au/results.

A recheck of ALL votes continues during the week with ballot papers entered into the computerised vote counting system.

Postal votes can be received by the Commission up until 12:00 noon on Tuesday, 3 April. After this, the final postal votes will be counted, the quota determined and the distribution of preferences conducted. Final results will then be made available at ntec.nt.gov.au/results.

The declaration of election results will take place at City of Palmerston council chambers, Civic Plaza on Tuesday afternoon.

Candidates, media, and the public are welcome to attend the declaration.

http://www.ntec.nt.gov.au/2018CityofPalmerstonelection/Documents/Media%20releases/MR_COP_Postals_counted.pdfMedia release 

A recheck of all ballot papers to occur during the week

CITY OF PALMERSTON ELECTION Results of first preference votes cast on Saturday, as well as over 7,100 early votes are available on the results page at http://bit.ly/COPresults.

NOTE: Updates to the Mayor and Alderman figures will be posted to the results page on the afternoon of Tuesday, 27 March after over 730 returned and accepted postal votes are counted from 9:00am. No further updates will occur until all ballot papers have been rechecked and the deadline for receipt of postal ballot papers has passed; postal votes can be received by the Commission up until 12:00 noon on Tuesday 3 April.

After the deadline, any remaining postal votes will be counted, the quota determined, and the distribution of preferences conducted. Final results will then be uploaded the afternoon of Tuesday 3 April.

City of Palmerston results update

Results from voting centres are progressively being updated to the website.

Due to the large number of early votes, figures will be updated late into Saturday evening.

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngResults​

Palmerston voting centres open today 8am-6pm

City of Palmerston electors vote today at any of the following locations:

BAKEWELL: Primary School, 5 Hutchison Tce.

DRIVER: Primary School, 37 Driver Ave.

DURACK: Pre-School, 50 Woodlake Blvd.

JOHNSTON: MacKillop Catholic College, 285 Farrar Blvd.

ROSEBERY: Palmerston College, 185 Forrest Pde (Gymnasium) NB: Formerly Rosebery Middle School.

WOODROFFE: Sacred Heart Primary School, 34 Emery Ave.

Voting is compulsory for residents enrolled in the City of Palmerston council area

Palmerston election deferred until Saturday 24 March

​The Bureau of Meteorology has now issued a cyclone warning for the Darwin/Palmerston area in respect to Cyclone Marcus.

“Under section 42 of the Local Government (Electoral) Regulations the election has been deferred to Saturday 24 March 2018, NT Electoral Commissioner Iain Loganathan said.

“The decision has been made in consultation with the Official Manager of the City of Palmerston council, he said.” Stay up-to-date with announcements on our website and via social media at:

www.ntec.nt.gov.au

https://www.facebook.com/NTElectoralCommission/

https://twitter.com/nteleccomm?lang=e

 

Small PDF icon.pngMedia release

 

2016-2017 Annual political disclosure returns released today

“THE 2016-2017 annual political disclosure returns for registered political parties, associated entities and their donors were released today and are available online,” NT Electoral Commissioner, Iain Loganathan said.

“The returns detail donations to, and expenditure by, registered political parties and associated entities during the 2016-2017 financial year, and are available at ntec.nt.gov.au,” he said.

“A compliance review of these returns has been completed by the accounting firm BDO and their report is also available on the NTEC website,” he said.

For general enquiries regarding the disclosure returns, please contact Iain Loganathan. Specific enquiries about a particular disclosure return should be directed to the relevant political party, associated entity or donor.

Information on financial disclosure requirements in the NT is available at: ntec.nt.gov.au/disclosure

 

Small PDF icon.pngMedia release 

City of Palmerston election: Candidates declared

​​​​Candidates for the Palmerston election were declared at the City of Palmerston council office today.

“There were 17 nominations accepted for the seven Alderman positions and eight nominations accepted for the one Mayoral position,” NT Electoral Commissioner Iain Loganathan said.

 

“Candidate photos and contact information is available on the website at ntec.nt.gov.au.

 

“Ballot papers will be printed over the weekend and postal vote material will be sent to electors from Monday 26 February. You can apply for a postal vote online at ntec.nt.gov.au,” he said.

An early voting centre opens at the Palmerston Shopping Centre on Monday 5 March, voters working in Darwin can also vote at the NTEC office at 80 Mitchell Street.

More information: ntec.nt.gov.au  or call 1800 698 683.

 Small PDF icon.pngMedia release

 

City of Palmerston election: Nominations announced 12noon Friday, 23 February

​Nominations for the City of Palmerston election will be publicly declared in the council office located at Civic Plaza, 1 Chung Wah Terrace from 12noon on Friday 23 February. Nominations close at 12noon SHARP today, Thursday 22 February.

“Ballot papers will be printed over the weekend and postal vote material will be sent to electors from Monday 26 February. You can apply for a postal vote online at ntec.nt.gov.au,” NT Electoral Commissioner, Iain Loganathan said.

“Early voting is available to all electors from Monday 5 March in Palmerston and Darwin City. Locations and operating hours can be found at ntec.nt.gov.au,” he said. Voting is compulsory for all electors enrolled in the City of Palmerston council area. More information can be found at ntec.nt.gov.au or by calling 1800 698 683.

Stay up-to-date by following the NTEC on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NTElectoralCommission and on Twitter @NTElecComm.

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngApply for a postal vote

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngEarly voting centres

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngElection information

Media release

City of Palmerston election: Residents encouraged to register to vote

City of Palmerston residents have until 5:00 pm on Tuesday, 13 February to update their enrolment details in readiness for the election.

“Registering to vote or updating your enrolment details is easy and can be done online in a few minutes at ntec.nt.gov.au or alternatively,enrolment forms are available from any Australia post outlet,” NT Electoral Commissioner Iain Loganathan said.

“Nominations are now open. Anyone interested in nominating as a candidate for the City of Palmerston election must do so by 12:00 noon on Thursday 22 February when nominations close. Nomination forms and the handbook can be found at ntec.nt.gov.au, he said.

”Election day is Saturday, 17 March and voting is compulsory for all City of Palmerston residents. Applications for a postal vote can be made online at ntec.nt.gov.au

Stay up-to-date by following the NTEC on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NTElectoralCommission and on Twitter @NTElecComm.

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngApply for a postal vote

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngEarly voting centres

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngElection information

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Palmerston election: final results

Following the final count of postal votes received by midday today, the quota was determined and a full distribution of preferences was conducted. Final results are located at ntec.nt.gov.au/results.

The declaration of election results will take place at City of Palmerston council chambers, Civic Plaza, 1 Chung Wah Tce at 4:00 pm today, Tuesday, 3 April. Candidates, media and the public are welcome to attend the declaration.

Media release 

Palmerston election - postal votes counted

PALMERSTON ELECTION – POSTAL VOTES COUNTED

Postal votes returned and accepted have been counted and first preference results updated at ntec.nt.gov.au/results.

A recheck of ALL votes continues during the week with ballot papers entered into the computerised vote counting system.

Postal votes can be received by the Commission up until 12:00 noon on Tuesday, 3 April. After this, the final postal votes will be counted, the quota determined and the distribution of preferences conducted. Final results will then be made available at ntec.nt.gov.au/results.

The declaration of election results will take place at City of Palmerston council chambers, Civic Plaza on Tuesday afternoon.

Candidates, media, and the public are welcome to attend the declaration.

http://www.ntec.nt.gov.au/2018CityofPalmerstonelection/Documents/Media%20releases/MR_COP_Postals_counted.pdfMedia release 

A recheck of all ballot papers to occur during the week

CITY OF PALMERSTON ELECTION Results of first preference votes cast on Saturday, as well as over 7,100 early votes are available on the results page at http://bit.ly/COPresults.

NOTE: Updates to the Mayor and Alderman figures will be posted to the results page on the afternoon of Tuesday, 27 March after over 730 returned and accepted postal votes are counted from 9:00am. No further updates will occur until all ballot papers have been rechecked and the deadline for receipt of postal ballot papers has passed; postal votes can be received by the Commission up until 12:00 noon on Tuesday 3 April.

After the deadline, any remaining postal votes will be counted, the quota determined, and the distribution of preferences conducted. Final results will then be uploaded the afternoon of Tuesday 3 April.

City of Palmerston results update

Results from voting centres are progressively being updated to the website.

Due to the large number of early votes, figures will be updated late into Saturday evening.

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngResults​

Palmerston voting centres open today 8am-6pm

City of Palmerston electors vote today at any of the following locations:

BAKEWELL: Primary School, 5 Hutchison Tce.

DRIVER: Primary School, 37 Driver Ave.

DURACK: Pre-School, 50 Woodlake Blvd.

JOHNSTON: MacKillop Catholic College, 285 Farrar Blvd.

ROSEBERY: Palmerston College, 185 Forrest Pde (Gymnasium) NB: Formerly Rosebery Middle School.

WOODROFFE: Sacred Heart Primary School, 34 Emery Ave.

Voting is compulsory for residents enrolled in the City of Palmerston council area

Palmerston election deferred until Saturday 24 March

​The Bureau of Meteorology has now issued a cyclone warning for the Darwin/Palmerston area in respect to Cyclone Marcus.

“Under section 42 of the Local Government (Electoral) Regulations the election has been deferred to Saturday 24 March 2018, NT Electoral Commissioner Iain Loganathan said.

“The decision has been made in consultation with the Official Manager of the City of Palmerston council, he said.” Stay up-to-date with announcements on our website and via social media at:

www.ntec.nt.gov.au

https://www.facebook.com/NTElectoralCommission/

https://twitter.com/nteleccomm?lang=e

 

Small PDF icon.pngMedia release

 

2016-2017 Annual political disclosure returns released today

“THE 2016-2017 annual political disclosure returns for registered political parties, associated entities and their donors were released today and are available online,” NT Electoral Commissioner, Iain Loganathan said.

“The returns detail donations to, and expenditure by, registered political parties and associated entities during the 2016-2017 financial year, and are available at ntec.nt.gov.au,” he said.

“A compliance review of these returns has been completed by the accounting firm BDO and their report is also available on the NTEC website,” he said.

For general enquiries regarding the disclosure returns, please contact Iain Loganathan. Specific enquiries about a particular disclosure return should be directed to the relevant political party, associated entity or donor.

Information on financial disclosure requirements in the NT is available at: ntec.nt.gov.au/disclosure

 

Small PDF icon.pngMedia release 

City of Palmerston election: Candidates declared

​​​​Candidates for the Palmerston election were declared at the City of Palmerston council office today.

“There were 17 nominations accepted for the seven Alderman positions and eight nominations accepted for the one Mayoral position,” NT Electoral Commissioner Iain Loganathan said.

 

“Candidate photos and contact information is available on the website at ntec.nt.gov.au.

 

“Ballot papers will be printed over the weekend and postal vote material will be sent to electors from Monday 26 February. You can apply for a postal vote online at ntec.nt.gov.au,” he said.

An early voting centre opens at the Palmerston Shopping Centre on Monday 5 March, voters working in Darwin can also vote at the NTEC office at 80 Mitchell Street.

More information: ntec.nt.gov.au  or call 1800 698 683.

 Small PDF icon.pngMedia release

 

City of Palmerston election: Nominations announced 12noon Friday, 23 February

​Nominations for the City of Palmerston election will be publicly declared in the council office located at Civic Plaza, 1 Chung Wah Terrace from 12noon on Friday 23 February. Nominations close at 12noon SHARP today, Thursday 22 February.

“Ballot papers will be printed over the weekend and postal vote material will be sent to electors from Monday 26 February. You can apply for a postal vote online at ntec.nt.gov.au,” NT Electoral Commissioner, Iain Loganathan said.

“Early voting is available to all electors from Monday 5 March in Palmerston and Darwin City. Locations and operating hours can be found at ntec.nt.gov.au,” he said. Voting is compulsory for all electors enrolled in the City of Palmerston council area. More information can be found at ntec.nt.gov.au or by calling 1800 698 683.

Stay up-to-date by following the NTEC on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NTElectoralCommission and on Twitter @NTElecComm.

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngApply for a postal vote

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngEarly voting centres

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngElection information

Media release

City of Palmerston election: Residents encouraged to register to vote

City of Palmerston residents have until 5:00 pm on Tuesday, 13 February to update their enrolment details in readiness for the election.

“Registering to vote or updating your enrolment details is easy and can be done online in a few minutes at ntec.nt.gov.au or alternatively,enrolment forms are available from any Australia post outlet,” NT Electoral Commissioner Iain Loganathan said.

“Nominations are now open. Anyone interested in nominating as a candidate for the City of Palmerston election must do so by 12:00 noon on Thursday 22 February when nominations close. Nomination forms and the handbook can be found at ntec.nt.gov.au, he said.

”Election day is Saturday, 17 March and voting is compulsory for all City of Palmerston residents. Applications for a postal vote can be made online at ntec.nt.gov.au

Stay up-to-date by following the NTEC on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NTElectoralCommission and on Twitter @NTElecComm.

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngApply for a postal vote

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngEarly voting centres

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngElection information

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April 03
Palmerston election: final results

Following the final count of postal votes received by midday today, the quota was determined and a full distribution of preferences was conducted. Final results are located at ntec.nt.gov.au/results.

The declaration of election results will take place at City of Palmerston council chambers, Civic Plaza, 1 Chung Wah Tce at 4:00 pm today, Tuesday, 3 April. Candidates, media and the public are welcome to attend the declaration.

Media release 

March 27
Palmerston election - postal votes counted

PALMERSTON ELECTION – POSTAL VOTES COUNTED

Postal votes returned and accepted have been counted and first preference results updated at ntec.nt.gov.au/results.

A recheck of ALL votes continues during the week with ballot papers entered into the computerised vote counting system.

Postal votes can be received by the Commission up until 12:00 noon on Tuesday, 3 April. After this, the final postal votes will be counted, the quota determined and the distribution of preferences conducted. Final results will then be made available at ntec.nt.gov.au/results.

The declaration of election results will take place at City of Palmerston council chambers, Civic Plaza on Tuesday afternoon.

Candidates, media, and the public are welcome to attend the declaration.

http://www.ntec.nt.gov.au/2018CityofPalmerstonelection/Documents/Media%20releases/MR_COP_Postals_counted.pdfMedia release 

March 25
A recheck of all ballot papers to occur during the week

CITY OF PALMERSTON ELECTION Results of first preference votes cast on Saturday, as well as over 7,100 early votes are available on the results page at http://bit.ly/COPresults.

NOTE: Updates to the Mayor and Alderman figures will be posted to the results page on the afternoon of Tuesday, 27 March after over 730 returned and accepted postal votes are counted from 9:00am. No further updates will occur until all ballot papers have been rechecked and the deadline for receipt of postal ballot papers has passed; postal votes can be received by the Commission up until 12:00 noon on Tuesday 3 April.

After the deadline, any remaining postal votes will be counted, the quota determined, and the distribution of preferences conducted. Final results will then be uploaded the afternoon of Tuesday 3 April.

March 24
City of Palmerston results update

Results from voting centres are progressively being updated to the website.

Due to the large number of early votes, figures will be updated late into Saturday evening.

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngResults​

March 24
Palmerston voting centres open today 8am-6pm

City of Palmerston electors vote today at any of the following locations:

BAKEWELL: Primary School, 5 Hutchison Tce.

DRIVER: Primary School, 37 Driver Ave.

DURACK: Pre-School, 50 Woodlake Blvd.

JOHNSTON: MacKillop Catholic College, 285 Farrar Blvd.

ROSEBERY: Palmerston College, 185 Forrest Pde (Gymnasium) NB: Formerly Rosebery Middle School.

WOODROFFE: Sacred Heart Primary School, 34 Emery Ave.

Voting is compulsory for residents enrolled in the City of Palmerston council area

March 16
Palmerston election deferred until Saturday 24 March

​The Bureau of Meteorology has now issued a cyclone warning for the Darwin/Palmerston area in respect to Cyclone Marcus.

“Under section 42 of the Local Government (Electoral) Regulations the election has been deferred to Saturday 24 March 2018, NT Electoral Commissioner Iain Loganathan said.

“The decision has been made in consultation with the Official Manager of the City of Palmerston council, he said.” Stay up-to-date with announcements on our website and via social media at:

www.ntec.nt.gov.au

https://www.facebook.com/NTElectoralCommission/

https://twitter.com/nteleccomm?lang=e

 

Small PDF icon.pngMedia release

 

March 01
2016-2017 Annual political disclosure returns released today

“THE 2016-2017 annual political disclosure returns for registered political parties, associated entities and their donors were released today and are available online,” NT Electoral Commissioner, Iain Loganathan said.

“The returns detail donations to, and expenditure by, registered political parties and associated entities during the 2016-2017 financial year, and are available at ntec.nt.gov.au,” he said.

“A compliance review of these returns has been completed by the accounting firm BDO and their report is also available on the NTEC website,” he said.

For general enquiries regarding the disclosure returns, please contact Iain Loganathan. Specific enquiries about a particular disclosure return should be directed to the relevant political party, associated entity or donor.

Information on financial disclosure requirements in the NT is available at: ntec.nt.gov.au/disclosure

 

Small PDF icon.pngMedia release 

February 23
City of Palmerston election: Candidates declared

​​​​Candidates for the Palmerston election were declared at the City of Palmerston council office today.

“There were 17 nominations accepted for the seven Alderman positions and eight nominations accepted for the one Mayoral position,” NT Electoral Commissioner Iain Loganathan said.

 

“Candidate photos and contact information is available on the website at ntec.nt.gov.au.

 

“Ballot papers will be printed over the weekend and postal vote material will be sent to electors from Monday 26 February. You can apply for a postal vote online at ntec.nt.gov.au,” he said.

An early voting centre opens at the Palmerston Shopping Centre on Monday 5 March, voters working in Darwin can also vote at the NTEC office at 80 Mitchell Street.

More information: ntec.nt.gov.au  or call 1800 698 683.

 Small PDF icon.pngMedia release

 

February 22
City of Palmerston election: Nominations announced 12noon Friday, 23 February

​Nominations for the City of Palmerston election will be publicly declared in the council office located at Civic Plaza, 1 Chung Wah Terrace from 12noon on Friday 23 February. Nominations close at 12noon SHARP today, Thursday 22 February.

“Ballot papers will be printed over the weekend and postal vote material will be sent to electors from Monday 26 February. You can apply for a postal vote online at ntec.nt.gov.au,” NT Electoral Commissioner, Iain Loganathan said.

“Early voting is available to all electors from Monday 5 March in Palmerston and Darwin City. Locations and operating hours can be found at ntec.nt.gov.au,” he said. Voting is compulsory for all electors enrolled in the City of Palmerston council area. More information can be found at ntec.nt.gov.au or by calling 1800 698 683.

Stay up-to-date by following the NTEC on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NTElectoralCommission and on Twitter @NTElecComm.

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngApply for a postal vote

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngEarly voting centres

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngElection information

Media release

February 01
City of Palmerston election: Residents encouraged to register to vote

City of Palmerston residents have until 5:00 pm on Tuesday, 13 February to update their enrolment details in readiness for the election.

“Registering to vote or updating your enrolment details is easy and can be done online in a few minutes at ntec.nt.gov.au or alternatively,enrolment forms are available from any Australia post outlet,” NT Electoral Commissioner Iain Loganathan said.

“Nominations are now open. Anyone interested in nominating as a candidate for the City of Palmerston election must do so by 12:00 noon on Thursday 22 February when nominations close. Nomination forms and the handbook can be found at ntec.nt.gov.au, he said.

”Election day is Saturday, 17 March and voting is compulsory for all City of Palmerston residents. Applications for a postal vote can be made online at ntec.nt.gov.au

Stay up-to-date by following the NTEC on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NTElectoralCommission and on Twitter @NTElecComm.

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngApply for a postal vote

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngEarly voting centres

Leaving site icon black bckgrnd small.pngElection information

Media release

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