Australia’s National Indigenous Cricket Carnival, the Imparja Cup, is again igniting the Red Centre with teams from across Australia competing in Alice Springs this week.
As part of the Gateway Shopping Centre development in Palmerston, the Midpul Cycle Bridge over the Stuart Highway will be closed for about six weeks from 6 February 2017, weather dependent.
The Home Improvement Scheme will be available from 20 February 2017, allowing eligible homeowner-occupiers a voucher to get work done on their home.
The Northern Territory Government has announced an investment of almost $260 000 into Territory arts projects.
The start of a new school year is almost here and now is the time to ensure your child is protected and up-to-date with their immunisations.
Residents in the Barkly and Alice Springs regions are being urged to take precautions to protect themselves against mosquitoes, with numbers expected to increase following extensive rainfall across the region.
The Northern Territory Government has announced plans for a website to boost competition and transparency in the Territory fuel sector.
Royal Darwin Hospital’s free parking system has commenced.
Nominations for the 2017 NT Sports Awards are closing on Sunday 29 January, so get your nominations in now!
The Parks and Wildlife Commission NT (PWCNT) crocodile management team captured and removed the first saltwater crocodile for 2017 on Tuesday 3 January.