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NAIDOC Week for art curator Rebekah Raymond

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NAIDOC Week for art curator Rebekah Raymond

The joy of NAIDOC week is simply being with her family and community.

Mural, mural on the wall

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Mural, mural on the wall

Participants in the Back on Track program complete a vibrant new mural at Anglicare NT’s Garraworra Supported Transitional Accommodation complex in Berrimah.

Arts grant helps young circus performers soar

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Arts grant helps young circus performers soar

A showcase of trampolining, trapeze and tumbling lit up Nightcliff Community Centre as Corrugated Iron Youth Arts held their end of term circus spectacular last week.

June/July school holiday program calendar

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June/July school holiday program calendar

Check out what’s on offer these school holidays through the online school holiday program calendar.

Shiers Street redevelopment – market sounding report published

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Shiers Street redevelopment – market sounding report published

The Northern Territory Government has published a market sounding report to shape the future procurement opportunity for the Shiers Street redevelopment.

Swimmers brave cooler conditions for the first open water event of the season

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Swimmers brave cooler conditions for the first open water event of the season

The season’s first open water swimming event.

Subsea Telegraph Cable mural

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Subsea Telegraph Cable mural

Commemorating 150 years since the first message of the Subsea Telegraph Cable.

Space mural paints a bright future for young offenders

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Space mural paints a bright future for young offenders

Young people have recently put the finishing touches on a mural at Nakara Oval in Darwin as part of a youth justice program run by Anglicare NT.

Mid-Year Report on 2021-22 Action Plan Now Live

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Mid-Year Report on 2021-22 Action Plan Now Live

TFHC launch bi-annual public report on Action Plan achievements

Celebrating National Reconciliation Week 2022

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Celebrating National Reconciliation Week 2022

The 2022 National Reconciliation Week (NRW) theme is a challenge to all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures and achievements, and strengthen respectful relationships. ‘Be Brave. Make Change.’ calls upon all Australians to ‘be brave’ and tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation so we can ‘make change’ for the benefit of all Australians.