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|Also known as:||Kennerley, Judith-Ann|
|Place of Birth:||Auckland (NZ)|
|Date of Birth:||1942-08-26|
|Biographical notes:||Judith arrived in 1972 with her carpenter husband, Peter Rowe Bradley who had been a contracted to put roofs on seventy-two houses for the Housing Commission in Tennant Creek. When her husband finished building, Judith took over the contract for cleaning up the yards. In 1974, the couple went into a tour business and Judith won the contract to transport school-children from Noble’s mine and at the same time conducted tours in and around Tennant Creek. Judith is President of the Tennant Creek and District Show Society and foundation member and president of the Tennant Creek Ladies Bowling Club. Judith won three awards in the local Desert Harmony fashion parade at Tennant Creek 1991. She was Miss Show Princess (1983-1991) at Tennant Creek Show. After Cyclone Tracy she helped organise relief for evacuees who were driving from Darwin and helped run the Miss Australia Quest (1975-8) on behalf of the Northern Territory Spastics Association.|
|Related link:||Northern Territory Women's Advisory Council. Northern Territory Women's Register 1948-1988. 2nd ed. ed. Darwin: Northern Territory Women's Advisory Council, 1991.|
|Appears in Collections:||Territory Women|
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