August is Northern Territory (NT) Seniors Month, promoting and celebrating the valuable contribution seniors make to the family, economic and social life of the NT.
The NT Government supports the delivery of sport and active recreation services to the community through a suite of grant programs aimed at increasing the number of Territorians who participate in sport and active recreation, and in turn receive physical health, wellbeing, social and community benefits.
The winner of the 2021 Chief Minister’s Northern Territory (NT) History Book Award was announced at the NT Library today.
The Office of Gender Equity and Diversity are offering grants of up to $5000 for projects that aim to increase gender equality in the Northern Territory.
Registrations are now open for Expressions of Interest (EOI) to join the Arts NT Register of Peers.
To support our artists and arts workers adversely affected by the latest COVID-19 restrictions across Greater Darwin and Alice Springs, the Northern Territory (NT) Government has announced a $150,000 support package for the arts and culture industry.
The tick-borne disease Ehrlichiosis (E.canis) has been confirmed in most local government areas across the Northern Territory.
The Northern Territory Government has provided $1.3 million in funding to recipients of the 2021 Safe, Respected and Free from Violence Prevention Grants.
The Northern Territory Government is committed to the conservation of privately owned heritage places and objects.
Have your say on a range of sports-related issues to ensure sport in the Territory continues to remain fair, ethical and safe for everyone involved.