The Darwin Symphony Orchestra East Arnhem concert was a great success, with over 700 people attending the event held on Saturday 30 May at Gulkula (the Garma Site).
Books about Cyclone Tracy, World War 2 and commemorative plaques at Charles Darwin University have been announced as the shortlisted candidates for the Chief Minister’s Northern Territory History Book Awards for 2015.
Boris the spectacled hare-wallaby is being cared for at the Territory Wildlife Park after being found beside his dead mother last week at Borroloola, approximately 850km south east of Darwin.
Alice Springs will again host the AFL’s Indigenous Round match between Melbourne and Port Adelaide, kicking off at TIO Traeger Park tomorrow (Saturday May 30).
The Northern Territory Government has committed $20 million through Budget 2015 to expand facilities and seating capacity at Richardson Park.
A celebration of harmony and multiculturalism will be on show this Saturday at the Darwin Waterfront Harmony Soiree from 4 – 8.30pm.
Territorians have one more week to learn about the life and service of our only Victoria Cross recipient with the free exhibition Borella’s War: the making of a legend at the Northern Territory Library.
A three-day celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders arts and culture will be held at the Darwin Entertainment Centre this weekend.
A one-off, special edition ‘Cheeky Dogs’ sketch is on its way to the newest member of the Royal Family as a gift from all Territorians.
Northern Territory residents can now choose to receive their licence and car registration renewals securely and electronically via Australia Post, thanks to a new partnership with the Northern Territory Government Motor Vehicle Registry.