Sharing family highlights will be a whole lot easier for tourists visiting Kakadu and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Parks with free WiFi now available at both locations.
The Northern Territory Government (NTG) will strengthen Aboriginal sacred site protection while driving economic and jobs growth, following the public release of the Sacred Sites Processes and Outcomes Review.
Registrations are now open for the second season of the Million Dollar Fish competition, with even more prize hooks to lure anglers and promote tourism in the Top End.
Bushfires NT has reminded Territorians to be safe and responsible when letting off fireworks this Territory Day.
The Darwin Waterfront has a jam-packed calendar of events during the school holidays over the next four weeks.
Disaster assistance is available for Alice Springs community not-for-profit organisations affected by the severe hail storms of Friday 17 June.
A new chapter has been written for the Cox Peninsula which was handed back to traditional owners in an emotional ceremony on Tuesday 21 June 2016.
The Northern Territory Government has released the Multicultural Participation Framework 2016-19, as part of its plan to ensure a strong, socially inclusive and cohesive society.
An outstanding selection of books highlighting Northern Territory history has been shortlisted for the 2016 Chief Minister’s Northern Territory History Book Awards.
Public sector employees are urged to get in quick if they wish to nominate for the Chief Minister’s Awards for Excellence in the Public Sector.