2018

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Be Cyber Smart Presentations

43% of all cybercrime targets small business, so attend a free Be Cyber Smart presentation to understand the tools to apply to protect your business.[1]

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October Business Month

The countdown to October Business Month (OBM) has begun, with more than 190 events, workshops and training options on offer to support Territory small businesses.

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‘Welcome to the Territory’ incentives

The Northern Territory Government’s ‘Welcome to the Territory’ incentives will boost the Territory’s population and create more jobs.

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Starting Early for a Better Future Implementation Plan 2018-22

Are you aware of the government’s strategy for early childhood development, Starting Early for a Better Future? Launched in April this year, it will shape decision making about our children over the next ten years.

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New Darwin CBD revitalisation website launched

Revitalising Darwin CBD is a new website highlighting initiatives and activations aimed at transforming the Darwin CBD into a world-class tourist and cultural destination.

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Barunga Agreement

The Northern Territory Government and the NT’s four Land Councils have signed an historic Memorandum of Understanding paving the way for consultations to begin with Aboriginal people about a Treaty.

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Historic $229m investment to overhaul youth justice system

In April the Northern Territory Government announced it’s $229.6 million investment over the next five years to fix the failing child protection and youth justice systems.

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Budget 2018

The 2018 Territory Budget invests in more jobs, more people and a brighter future.  The Northern Territory Government is building a brighter future through generational change, with targeted investments in children and families, housing, health and schools.

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Anzac Day 2018

Memorial services are being held around the Territory tomorrow to commemorate Anzac Day.

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Territorians urged to check plants for canker disease

A number of citrus plants showing signs of suspected citrus canker disease have been removed from Darwin and Palmerston nurseries.