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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 current advice to Territorians is clear – stay home, if you can. So why not set up your tent in your backyard this Easter? With all campgrounds, swimming spots, multi-day walks and high-use day areas in Territory Parks and Reserves closed to restrict the spread of COVID-19, the best place to go camping with your family might be closer than you think.
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.
The Northern Territory now has a website for information and updates about COVID-19.Territorians can use this website to get the latest news about COVID-19 in the Territory.
In readiness for Commonwealth Wealth Week School Tours from 9 to 13 March, NT Government House has launched a Minecraft version of the House and Teaching Resources. Government House alongside Charles Darwin University and the Department of Education developed the immersive historical world of Government House using Minecraft.
Interstate schools can now apply for $3,000 towards the cost of a school trip to the NT as part of the Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan. The boost from $1,000 to $3,000 for the Save & Learn – NT School Excursion Program is available for interstate school groups that book an NT excursion between 1 September 2020 and 31 March 2021.
Important message to the Howard Springs Community. The people in isolation at the Munigurr-ma facility pose no health risk to your community. They were evacuated from Wuhan and the Diamond Princess cruise ship for their safety after clearing a thorough health assessment.Isolation is an extra precaution to ensure no one becomes ill during the 14 day incubation period and risks spreading the virus.
The Northern Territory will host approximately 280 Australians who are being evacuated from China. The Chief Health Officer has complete confidence that the Darwin community will not be impacted by this cohort being quarantined at the Manigurr-ma accommodation village at Howard Springs. The facility is perfectly fit for quarantine purposes and will provide these Australians with the care they require for the 14 day period.
The Old Convent in Wadeye has been added to the NT Heritage register, making it the first heritage-listed building in the community. The Old Convent was built in 1940 by Catholic Missionaries and local Aboriginal men using native timber. It is one of several buildings that remain from the establishment of the Catholic Mission at Wadeye, then called Port Keats.
Australia is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China.There are no confirmed or suspected cases in the Northern Territory (NT).
In 2020 the Territory welcomes 330 new teachers. Our kids are the future so it is important they have a good start in life. Good schooling and dedicated teachers means a bright future.
Everyone in the Top End needs to be aware that recent rains have increased the threat of the potentially deadly disease, Melioidosis. There are about 50 cases of the soil-borne disease reported in the Northern Territory each year. The majority of cases are diagnosed during the Wet Season between October and May.
Darwin fisho Jamie Cooper has kicked off 2019 in style with the capture of a tagged barra worth $10,000. The 59cm fish was caught on a New Year fishing trip at Adelaide River with his cousin Pete.
The release of the 1989 NT Government Cabinet Records has revealed a fascinating insight into Territory life 30 years ago. The documents provide a unique look at our past and highlight the decisions the government of the day made to deal with matters of importance to Territorians at that time.