Local Decision Making, Treaty, Office of Aboriginal Affairs, grants and funding, Aboriginal Leadership and Governance Forum, First Circles Leadership Program.
Population and Revitalisation
Population growth, revitalise Darwin CBD, revitalise Alice Spring CDB, Barkly regional deal.
What we are doing
Applications are now open for the Department of the Chief Minister and Cabinet’s 2022 graduate program.
The Northern Territory Government will invest $2 million over the next two years to advance the delivery of clean and reliable electricity to remote communities across the Territory.
The first annual progress report for the 'Everyone Together' Aboriginal Affairs Strategy is now available online.
Two inspiring Territorians have been appointed as ambassadors for NT Youth Week 2021. NTYW is an annual celebration of young people across the Territory, with this year’s theme being ‘It’s Your Tomorrow’.
In 2021, the Northern Territory Government in partnership with key stakeholders is holding a two day forum to celebrate and acknowledge Aboriginal leadership and governance, while stimulating and inspiring self-determined leadership and governance by Aboriginal people.
The Territory Government has put $200,000 on the table to support the development of the NT’s creative industries.
Students finishing Year 12 in 2020 may be unsure about their path to employment – particularly if plans to study interstate or take a gap year have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alice Springs Town Camps have taken another step towards managing their own affairs with the signing of a Local Decision Making Agreement with the Northern Territory Government.