The NT Thunder will now play in Alice Springs in 2017, with the Northern Territory Government committing $15,000 to ensure Central Australia gets to see the ‘Territory’s Team’ in action.
The Katherine River within Nitmiluk National Park, including Katherine Gorge, has been closed to swimming and canoeing.
As Christmas celebrations are now in full swing Territorians are reminded to plan ahead and organise a Sober Bob before heading out to drink.
Parents are being urged to talk to their children about water safety, and in particular to stay away from pipes and drains.
Nominations are now open for the 2017 NT Sports Awards.
Top End residents are urged to report any sightings of the invasive weed Sagittaria.
A rare Albert Namatjira watercolour painting that has not been seen in 60 years is now on display at a new Araluen Arts Centre exhibition.
The Northern Territory Planning Commission invites the Palmerston community to be involved in development of an Area Plan for Palmerston’s city centre and surrounding key employment centres.
Australian musician Diesel is set to headline Darwin’s biggest New Year’s event at the Waterfront along with kids entertainment and fireworks.
Over 400 students from 36 schools packed Casuarina Square’s food court on Thursday to perform in this year’s ‘Rock Da Caz’ – Darwin's Music: Count Us In event.