Creating jobs & growing the economy
Local Jobs Fund, Population Growth Strategy, Revitalising Darwin CBD, Major projects, Gas strategy
Unlocking opportunities for Aboriginal Territorians
Local Decision Making, Treaty, Office of Aboriginal Affairs, grants and funding, Aboriginal Leadership and Governance Forum, Aboriginal Land and Sea, First Circles Leadership Program, Aboriginal Interpreter Service.
Strong & resilient communities
Northern Territory Social Outcomes Framework, Story of Our Children and Young People, Plan to fix antisocial behaviour
What we are doing
The 2022 Merlin Darwin Triple Crown has wrapped up for another year, with 40,448 attendances at this much-loved weekend of racing action.
Unlocking the Beetaloo Sub-basin realises new exploration milestone as royalty legislation contemporises
June saw Empire Energy announce $27.5 million in additional capital raising to further Beetaloo Sub-basin exploration in the Northern Territory.
The Gas Taskforce participated in last week’s APPEA Conference and Exhibition which is the largest gathering of the oil and gas industry stakeholders in the southern hemisphere.
BASSINTHEGRASS was a huge success and Early Bird tickets for next year’s epic event are on sale now!
Over 500 local businesses who produce emissions in Greater Darwin are invited to contribute in the development of an airshed model for the Greater Darwin region as part of air quality management planning.
One of Australia’s fastest-growing hospitality developers will invest $70 million within the next five years to further transform tourism and boost visitation in Alice Springs.
Federal Budget funding is accelerating some of the Territory’s largest projects with $1.7 billion investment in marine, road and rail infrastructure.
Australia's leading data centre service provider, NEXTDC has announced plans to build a new state of the art data centre in the Territory.
Kickstart your career in 2023 by taking part in our graduate program.
A new Aerospace Manufacturing Precinct will be established at Darwin International Airport (DIA) creating jobs and new training opportunities for Territorians.
The Northern Territory Government has revamped its Aboriginal Land and Sea Action Plan to unlock more jobs and economic development in the Territory.
INPEX have committed to long-term Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) expansion plans in the Territory, announcing a third train to be developed at the Ichthys LNG onshore processing facility.
Just before 10am on 19 February 1942, World War 11 forced itself onto Australia’s mainland for the first time, when formations of 188 Japanese aircraft mounted a deadly air raid on Darwin.
Transforming Middle Arm into a globally competitive, sustainable industrial precinct has taken the next step towards realisation through project referral to the Northern Territory Environment Protection Authority (NTEPA).
A diverse group of arts professionals have been appointed to help with funding and policy decisions to facilitate the Territory Government’s arts and culture program.
The my Territory Connections is a survey for people who live in the Territory.
The Territory Government has secured an Auslan Interpreter for the Northern Territory.
Three mines in the Top End are on track to restart operations following the awarding of Major Project status to the Mt Bundy Gold Project today.
In the lead-up to festive season sales, be alert to cybercriminals seeking to steal your Christmas joy and your money.
Vaccinated Territorians can now link their COVID-19 digital vaccination certificate to the Territory Check In app, making it easier to confirm their vaccination status.
A publication released this week provides a comprehensive picture of the wellbeing of children and young people across the Northern Territory, building on the inaugural Story of Our Children and Young People published in 2019.
Applications are now open for the Celebrating Aboriginal Culture (Australia Day) Grant program.
An international contingent from NASA is in Nhulunbuy for 40 days of work with Equatorial Launch Australia (ELA) at the Arnhem Space Centre.
Nine projects are now complete as part of the highly-popular $4 million Roadhouse to Recovery Grant initiative.
A 1960s satellite-tracking antenna in Gove that played an important part in Australia’s early space research and development has been officially listed as a heritage object.