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The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics (DIPL) maintains all NT Government-owned roads.DIPL is responsible for ensuring these roads are safe and free of faults.You can help keep Territory roads safe by letting us know when they need fixing.
The NT Bus Tracker app provides real-time information about Darwin and Alice Springs buses.
The $58 million Keep River Road project is now complete and officially open. The works include 30.7 kilometres of upgraded sealed road from the NT/WA border through to Legune Station, including two bridges over the Keep River and Sandy Creek.
The Never Have I Ever Territory Tourism Voucher round 2 registrations open on Monday November 2. There’s never been a better time for Territorians to get out there, explore their own backyard, and support local business.
From November 2020, the Northern Territory (NT) driver licence, evidence of age card and all other occupational authority ID cards issued by the Motor Vehicle Registry (MVR) will change.All new and replacement cards will have a refreshed design and added security features.
Aussies who tune in to Channel 10’s Studio 10 this week will discover the Territory is the answer if they’re looking to escape on a holiday, explore spectacular landscapes and experience Aboriginal culture.
The Northern Territory Government is urging Territorians to be biosecurity aware after local horticulturists received unsolicited seed packets through the mail in September.
August is Tradies National Health Month and NT Health is encouraging Territory tradies to look after their health. Tradies National Health Month raises awareness of the health and injury risks - among tradies, their families, employers and the wider community.
The Story of Our Children and Young People, a new resource which provides a comprehensive overview of the wellbeing of our children and young people, was released in late 2019.
DPIRD WA is leading a nation-wide project to improve early detection and reporting of TPP across Australia. Volunteer your garden to support insect research and receive a free tomato plant.
Women who help and serve the Northern Territory community have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2020: ordinary Territorians celebrated for their outstanding service and contribution.
Six Northern Territory artists, arts workers and arts organisations are sharing in $200,000 of Strategic Projects and Arts Industry Development grants under the Arts NT Creative Industries Program.
Local creative Rick Knight has been appointed Producer of Channel NT Virtual Territory, which will showcase and support NT artists as part of the Territory Government’s $2 million Creative Industries Sector Immediate Response and Resilience Program.
Territory agriculture now has an exciting new opportunity thanks to the Hemp Industry Act. The Territory’s farm sector can now grow this innovative new crop which produces a versatile, environmentally sustainable and profitable product.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is impacting businesses globally in many ways including reduced trade, temporary business closures, staffing issues, and supply chain interruptions. Many Territorians are doing it tough but help is available.
Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the pandemic to circulate Covid-19 related online scams and phishing attacks to target businesses and people working from home.
To support Territorians during these uncertain economic times a $5 million Worker and Wellbeing Fund has been established for Territory workers. The fund will complement Northern Territory and Australian Government funding initiatives with an aim to help fill new and emerging gaps.
The Northern Territory Government is delivering a $120 million Jobs Rescue and Recovery plan to help keep Territorians in jobs during this difficult time.
The Northern Territory (NT) Government is delivering a $65 million Jobs Rescue and Recovery plan, and an additional $50 million fund to support small business. This is to help stimulate the economy and keep Territorians in jobs.