The Youth Vibe Holiday Grants are now open for the December 2021/January 2022 round.
Recruitment is underway for the 2022 NT Youth Week (NTYW) Ambassadors.
The Community Housing Registrar is responsible for regulatory activities under the Act to ensure a well governed, managed and viable community housing sector that meets the needs of tenants, government and private investors.
The NT Government is committed to providing sustainable and appropriate housing for vulnerable Territorians.
Three Aboriginal Community Controlled Child and Family Centres, in Kalkaringi, Darwin and Wadeye, have recently reached new milestones.
Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage, Hon Chansey Paech, has permanently declared a European Launcher Development Organisation (ELDO) satellite tracking antenna in Gove as a heritage object.
Nominations are now open for the 2021 Northern Territory Disability Services and Inclusion Awards to be held on Saturday, 6 November at the Darwin Convention Centre and via livestream.
To support our artists and arts workers adversely affected by the latest COVID-19 restrictions across Greater Darwin and Katherine, the Northern Territory (NT) Government has announced an immediate re-opening of a support package for the arts and culture industry.
To reduce wear and tear of the athletics track at Arafura Stadium, opening hours will be reduced during the dry season.
Consultation on the development of the Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence (DFSV) Action Plan 2: Taking Stock, Evaluating and Reviewing and Building on What Works 2022-2025 has commenced, with the establishment of an online Have your Say survey.