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This year, Darwin city will welcome its newest festive event – the Christmas Pageant, launching the magic of the Christmas season in the heart of the city.
The world-class National Basketball League (NBL) 2022 Blitz tournament kicks off in Darwin this week!
OBM 2022 keynote speakers for have been announced and this year’s program features an impressive line-up of nationally and internationally recognised keynote speakers covering leadership, resilience and overcoming adversity.
Territorians are celebrating the rapid developments taking place on the Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) city campus build – the largest construction project underway in Darwin’s CBD, and one that will transform the city for decades to come.
The first Albatross G-111T to be built in the Northern Territory – and Australia – has been purchased by an Australian investor.
NT Resources Week will be held at the Darwin Convention Centre on 24 and 25 August.
A vital safety net for vulnerable Territorians has received a $1 million funding boost.
Darwin will host the 2023 World Community Development Conference ‘From the Edge’.
In an Australian first, the Territory Government has passed legislation that expressly respects traditional Aboriginal burial practices.
The Territory is investing $5 million over four years to accelerate and expand our hydrogen industry.
The Territory has many export success stories, including Monsoon Aquatics (pictured) who were crowned Australian Exporter of the Year in 2021. Other past winners at the National level include SRA Information Technology (2017), Charles Darwin University (2014), Australian Skills Training and Alice Springs Helicopter (both in 2009).
The Northern Territory Council of Social Service (NTCOSS) will receive $170,000 in grant funding each year for the next five years to deliver the NT Youth Voice Project.
Great news for AFL fans - the third of the Territory’s AFL Games is now locked in for the Red Centre this July.
Territory exporters are invited to nominate for the Chief Ministers NT Export Awards to celebrate their export successes, innovation and business resilience.
Congratulations Kylie Jones who was crowned the AgriFutures NT Rural Women’s Award Winner for 2022.
Innovation Territory now has a new website – innovation.nt.gov.au. This is your key source for all things innovation.
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).
Through the 2022-23 Australian Government’s Budget, an additional $6.9 billion over 12-years is being invested under the National Water Grid Fund, taking the total investment to $8.9 billion.
Nominations for the 2022 Northern Territory Training Awards are now open.
The Northern Territory’s Global Worker Attraction Campaign will go live on 24 March 2022.
The Territory is on track for future investment, more local jobs and economic growth with the release of the Territory Business Innovation Strategy 2.0.
A new Aerospace Manufacturing Precinct will be established at Darwin International Airport (DIA) creating jobs and new training opportunities for Territorians.
Businesses are invited to join with partners and enter a competition to design the Territory’s first co-located Digital Games and Esports Development Centre.
The Northern Territory is fast becoming recognised as a digital hub on a national and global scale — and that reputation will continue to grow with today's announcement that the Northern Territory Government has awarded Major Project Status to the new $1.5 Billion high-speed network HyperOne.
In huge news, the Northern Territory Government has just secured a partnership with Qantas to deliver a new Embraer 190 aircraft base in Darwin. This means more jobs, cheaper fares and more travel options for Territorians.
A safer, more reliable and more sustainable water supply in the Darwin region is a step closer with the completion of the Adelaide River Off-Stream Water Storage (AROWS) detailed business case.
There will be a number of events held across the Territory on International Women’s Day this year.
The Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission (TERC) identified the development of a new Northern Territory Agribusiness and Aquaculture Strategy as an important catalyst to drive economic growth in the agribusiness sector. Development opportunities in aquaculture were identified as key priorities.
Local community groups and not-for-profit organisations will have the opportunity to start the new year with momentum with applications now open for the Community Benefit Fund Major Grant round.
Resource company executives, geologists and businesses with an interest in mineral and energy exploration and development in the Territory, can now register to attend the 22nd Annual Geoscience Exploration Seminar (AGES) hosted by the Northern Territory Geological Survey.