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Digital government has a new home with the updated Digital Territory site.
Nominations are now open for the 2021 Northern Territory Disability Services and Inclusion Awards to be held on Saturday, 6 November at the Darwin Convention Centre and via livestream.
Consultation on the development of the Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence (DFSV) Action Plan 2: Taking Stock, Evaluating and Reviewing and Building on What Works 2022-2025 has commenced, with the establishment of an online Have your Say survey.
Expressions of Interest are now open to join the Northern Territory (NT) Government’s Community Accountability Boards in Darwin, Palmerston and Alice Springs.
Join us at the upcoming Developing Northern Australia Conference being held from 16 to 18 August at the Darwin Convention Centre. The event provides a platform to unite leaders, decision makers, industry representatives and community members who are working to advance our northern regions.
Victory in the Pacific Day, also referred to as VJ (Victory over Japan) Day, commemorates Japan’s unconditional surrender to the Allies on the 15 August 1945. It's a time for us to reflect on the important role that Australians played to end the conflict in the Pacific region.
Census data is used to build a better future for us all. It’s used to inform decisions on issues that touch our lives every day, from schools, healthcare, transport and infrastructure to local services for individuals, families and communities.
The Territory Check In app is mandatory for all places to collect customer and visitor details, no matter how long they are there for.
To increase water security for all Territorians and as part of the development of a strategic water plan, the Territory Government is considering infrastructure solutions for the Darwin region.
Registrations are now open for Expressions of Interest (EOI) to join the Arts NT Register of Peers.
2021 is the 28th year of the Chief Minister’s Northern Territory Export and Industry Awards, a program that is coordinated by the International Business Council of the Chamber of Commerce NT, and supported by the Northern Territory (NT) Government as a major partner.
From today, eligible skilled workers can practise across participating states and territories without having to pay for a second license.
Businesses affected by the COVID-19 lock down in the Top End can now access support under the Territory Business Lockdown Payment Program.
The Territory Government is leading the nation on the vaccine rollout with 9.2 per cent of Territorians fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
There are two new voices for recreational fishing in the Territory as Greg Ireland and Samantha Wigg join the NT Recreational Fishing Advisory Committee, along with the re-appointment of three existing committee members.
This year’s Parrtjima – A Festival in Light attracted more visitors to the Alice Springs event than ever before and generated almost $10 million dollars in economic revenue.
The Territory Government is seeking public input into an innovative strategy that will set a new course for student engagement and improved educational outcomes.
The Territory Government is supporting our events industry to rebound stronger from COVID-19 by streamlining and simplifying the process to apply for special and major event liquor licences.
Local hospitality and tourism businesses can now take advantage of the Work Stay Play worker attraction incentive, with the Territory Jobs Board now live.
The Territory Government has delivered the 2021 Budget. The Budget focuses on leading the economic comeback – by capitalising on the Territory’s reputation through the COVID-19 pandemic, building on the gains we’ve made, and grabbing the opportunities of the future.
Nominations are being sought from Territorians to join the Racing Commission.
More Territorians can now access free or low cost training courses with new changes to the JobTrainer program coming into effect this week.
On the morning of 25 April 1915, the Anzacs set out to capture the Gallipoli peninsula in order to open the Dardanelles to the allied forces. The objective was to capture Constantinople (now Istanbul in Turkey).
The much-loved Leanyer Recreation Park has received a facelift with new waterslides now officially open.
Our Northern Territory farmers need 200 workers immediately to get ripe melons off to the market quickly.
The final School Resourcing Model Funding for the year is now being rolled out to schools across the Territory.