Presented by Red Hot Arts Central Australia and proudly supported by the NT Government, the 2019 Desert Festival is a feast of theatre, music, arts and performance.
Maningrida visual artist Janet Marawarr and Paiwan dancer and choreographer Aulu Tjibulangan have been announced as the successful recipients of the 2019 Taiwan-Australia Indigenous Artist in Residence program.
Territory Businesses can now apply for Infrastructure Grants through the Local Jobs Fund.
To help small business with cash flow, the Northern Territory Government is speeding up its payment terms from 30 to 20 calendar days.
Senior Territorians will be encouraged to stay in the Territory and continue to contribute to our community with the development of more seniors’ accommodation.
Budget 2019 invests in local jobs, a safer Territory and generational change.
The NT Government has a plan to fix the budget.
The outbreak of measles that began in mid-February has increased to eight cases. A further four cases have been confirmed in the past two days in the Darwin area.
Territorians have been given new insight into life in the Territory 30 years ago following the release of the 1988 Cabinet records.
Territorians are reminded they are responsible for the safety and welfare of their pets and livestock over the Christmas and holiday period.