A Winning Team – Darwin Port & the Clontarf Foundation

NT Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards

Darwin Port and the Clontarf Foundation partnership were recently announced as finalists for the 2022 NT Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards. 

The event was held at Mindil Beach Casino on 28 October, closing out a huge calendar of activities across the Territory, programmed for October Business Month.  Darwin Port staff and Clontarf Foundation representatives were in attendance and had the privilege of accepting two big Awards on the night. 

Our winning partnership brought home the Excellence in Business in Community Collaboration and Corporate Responsibility, Top End Region Award, and for the same category, we also won the NT Wide Award, covering Darwin, Top End and West Arnhem regions.  These Awards recognise a stellar ongoing partnership between our organisations that continues to strengthen and prosper with real, meaningful outcomes.  It was fantastic to celebrate our people and our efforts that ultimately benefits and contributes positively to our industry and community.

The Landbridge and Darwin Port teams truly deserve this award as they have actively supported and given their time to ensure we have a successful partnership.

L-R Henry Labastida, Director, Palmerston College Clontarf Academy; Liam Toner, Zone Manager NT, Clontarf Foundation; Darren Gilbert, Commerical Analyst and Clontarf Champion, Darwin Port; Kerri Small, WHS & Partnership Lead, Darwin Port; David Friebel, Director, Taminmin College Clontarf Academy; Nicole Walsh, COO, NT Chamber of Commerce; Greg Ireland, CEO, NT Chamber of Commerce; Roland Houareu, Vice President Finance, NT Chamber of Commerce: John Pease, General Counsel & Company Secretary, Power & Water Corporation (sponsor of the Community Collaboration Award); Rodney Nagawalli, previous Darwin Port Apprentice, graduated qualified Boilermaker & Jabiru Clontarf Academy Alumni

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