Darwin’s rich and diverse multicultural community takes centre stage this Saturday at the Darwin Waterfront Harmony Soiree.
Health, education and infrastructure have received more than $4 billion in Budget 2016-17 released by the Northern Territory Government.
Traffic flow and road safety have been improved to benefit motorists who use the Amy Johnson Avenue/Stuart Highway intersection.
Parents and guardians can kick a goal for their children with a $100 sport voucher.
You can now apply for the 2016 Resilient Australia Awards, recognising projects that strengthen and prepare communities for natural disasters.
The Northern Territory Government has made changes to the Building Act from 1 May 2016 to ensure safer homes and businesses for Territorians.
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.