No matter where you live in the Territory, an emergency kit is an absolute necessity for every household. The Top End of the Northern Territory is prone to cyclones from November to May.
The Office of Aboriginal Affairs has announced that nominations are now open for the First Circles Leadership Program.
The NT Government is committed to evolving Australia Day to ensure it meaningfully acknowledges, recognises and celebrates Aboriginal culture and Aboriginal people’s contribution to our Northern Territory identity.
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.
Women who help and serve the Northern Territory community have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2020: ordinary Territorians celebrated for their outstanding service and contribution.
Six Northern Territory artists, arts workers and arts organisations are sharing in $200,000 of Strategic Projects and Arts Industry Development grants under the Arts NT Creative Industries Program.
Reconciliation Week is an important opportunity for Australians to recognise and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and heritage.
Applications for the Department of the Chief Minister (DCM) 2021 graduate program are now open.
Territorians are being encouraged to update their Medicare details with a $5000 prize now on offer for one lucky resident each month until the end of May. Any Territorian who has a Territory home address listed with Medicare can enter the ‘Are you being counted?’ competition.
A new web page honouring Territory women is now live. The Northern Territory has many extraordinary women who enrich our lives and communities, and are leading the way for other women to follow in their footsteps. The Australian Honours and Awards system recognises the exceptional contributors and quiet achievers in our community.