Northern Territory Government
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Arts, sport and leisure

Parks and reserves, libraries, archives, sport facilities, arts awards, arts grants, hiking, camping, museums, arts centres.

Boating, fishing and marine

Commercial fishing and aquaculture, marine pests, biosecurity, Indigenous fishing, recreational fishing, boat ramps, tides, boat rules and safety.

Business and industry

Mining and petroleum, remote jobs, agriculture, start a business, doing business with government, liquor licensing, gambling.

Community support and care

Child protection, families, seniors, multicultural communities, community grants, language services, local councils.

Driving and transport

Buses, driver licences, cycling, penalties, registration, heavy vehicles, road safety and conditions.

Education and learning

Early childhood, schools, term dates, special education, financial help and university.

Emergency and safety

Emergency contacts, crisis helplines, child safety, crocodile safety and reports, cyclones, floods, emergency kit, short term accommodation.

Employment, money and taxes

Employing people, apprenticeships, training, looking for work, employer obligations and paying tax.

Environment

Water, animals, native plants, weeds, environment data, environment protection, home gardens, and soil, land and vegetation.

Health and wellbeing

Where to find information about health and wellbeing in the Northern Territory, including hospital information.

Housing, property and land

Renting, buying, selling or building a home, land supply and clearing, industry information, pool fencing, buying and selling property with pools.

Your rights, crime and the law

Courts, alcohol, consumer rights, births, deaths, marriages, fines and crime.

Biggest plan ever to tackle anti-social behaviour

NEWS / 22 Oct 2018

Biggest plan ever to tackle anti-social behaviour

The government has released the most significant plan in history to tackle anti-social behaviour in Darwin, the Northern Suburbs and Palmerston.

Have your say on climate change

NEWS / 5 Oct 2018

Have your say on climate change

The Climate Change Discussion Paper, released by the Northern Territory Government shines a light on how we all have a part to play in managing the impacts of this important issue.

Do you need a Property Identification Code (PIC)?

NEWS / 3 Oct 2018

Do you need a Property Identification Code (PIC)?

If you keep livestock on your block or in your backyard, you need to register for a Property Identification Code (PIC). A PIC is a free registration code that identifies the property where your livestock are kept.

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