This year’s Yellow Ribbon “DRIVE So Others Survive (SOS)!” National Road Safety Week, will run from 2 to 8 May 2016.
Sporting clubs and associations from across the Northern Territory will be given a major rejuvenation, with the Northern Territory Government investing $1.65 million for wide-ranging improvement works.
The National Banana Freckle Eradication Program is on-track to deliver the first of three shipments of sentinel banana plants to Red Zones. The plants are currently being propagated at Katherine Research Station and will be distributed from May 2016.
An economic development agreement for closer relations between the Northern Territory and the Chinese port city of Rizhao is already opening up commercial opportunities between the two centres.
Nominations for the 2016 Northern Territory Volunteer of the Year Awards are open and close on Thursday 21 April 2016. Many sporting, recreational, cultural and emergency response organisations in the Territory could not exist without the work of volunteers.
Ever wanted to get behind the scenes with the NT Police, Fire and Emergency Services (PFES)? Now's your chance! Come to the NT PFES Open Day from 9am on Saturday 16 April at the Peter McAulay Centre, Vanderlin Drive, Berrimah.
The Northern Territory Government has released its Strong Society, Confident Culture Strategy to provide a framework to build on the cultural and social strengths that connect Territorians.
National Youth Week (NYW) is the largest celebration of young people in Australia and runs from 8 to 17 April.The Territory Government proudly supports NYW through the Youth Engagement Grant Program, offering funding for youth engagement activities held during the 10-day celebration.
Apply now for a 2016 TIO Territory Day Community Grant to celebrate or commemorate what's great about the Territory.Grants between $500 - $5000 are available for not-for-profit and community groups for activities and events that celebrate or commemorate the territory.
The Australian and Northern Territory Governments announced today that they will jointly fund a $5 million Community Recovery Fund (CRF) under the Commonwealth-State Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements.