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.
Subsea mining is now banned in the Northern Territory with a Declaration of Prohibited Action gazetted.
To continue to drive investment and achieve a $40 billion economy by 2030, the Territory Government has announced a new partnership to accelerate the Territory’s battery materials and manufacturing industry.
A group of enthusiastic young people from Palmerston and the Northern Suburbs joined Yarraman Territory in an action packed horse ride.
Million Dollar Fish has delivered exceptional results for the Northern Territory.
The iconic Katherine Hot Springs precinct is now more accessible with recent upgrades to the carpark including three designated disabled parking spaces and two emergency vehicle spaces.