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New Territory industry takes flight with purchase of first plane

The first Albatross G-111T to be built in the Northern Territory – and Australia – has been purchased by an Australian investor.

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Funding boost for Foodbank NT

A vital safety net for vulnerable Territorians has received a $1 million funding boost.

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World Community Development Conference to inject $1.7 million into NT economy

Darwin will host the 2023 World Community Development Conference ‘From the Edge’.

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Parliament passes historic burials legislation

In an Australian first, the Territory Government has passed legislation that expressly respects traditional Aboriginal burial practices.

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$5 Million to Accelerate the Territory’s Hydrogen Industry

The Territory is investing $5 million over four years to accelerate and expand our hydrogen industry.

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Could you be the next NT Exporter of the year?

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).

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Youth Voices Amplified Through New Project

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.

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Melbourne take on Port in the Red Centre

Great news for AFL fans - the third of the Territory’s AFL Games is now locked in for the Red Centre this July.

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Celebrating the Territory’s exporters

Territory exporters are invited to nominate for the Chief Ministers NT Export Awards to celebrate their export successes, innovation and business resilience.

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2022 AgriFutures NT Rural Women’s Awards Winner announced

Congratulations Kylie Jones who was crowned the AgriFutures NT Rural Women’s Award Winner for 2022.