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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.
Nominations for the 2021 Northern Territory Training Awards (NTTA) are now open.
A greenhouse ginger trial is delivering promising results as part of a collaboration with the Territory Government and a commercial nursery in Darwin.
Don’t miss your chance to be part of the 2021 NT Aboriginal Leadership and Governance Forum.
Leading global energy producer EDL will build, own and operate the Jabiru Hybrid Renewable Project to supply power to the remote, off-grid Northern Territory town of Jabiru.
Residents in Darwin’s rural area are invited to attend this year’s inaugural Fire Ready Week, to be held at the Bushfires NT headquarters on the corner of Townend Rd and the Stuart Hwy in Acacia Hills from 1-7 March.
The new Can-do Territory online portal has just been launched to ensure we are one step closer to making the Territory one of the easiest places to do business.
The NT Government and Sun Cable have signed a milestone agreement to advance development of the $22 billion Australia-ASEAN Power Link.
Congratulations to NT Chief Health Officer Dr Hugh Heggie for being awarded the Public Service Medal in Australia Day Honours.
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.