Representatives from Aboriginal organisations across the Northern Territory met for the first time this week to build a collaborative relationship as they work to transform the out-of-home care model.
The Territory Wildlife Park has unveiled a conservation action awareness campaign titled “Walk the Plank on Plastics”, highlighting the devastating issue of plastic pollution on our environment.
The Northern Territory (NT) Government through Arts NT will partner with Varuna, the National Writers’ House, to present a new virtual 2020 Fellowship program open to applicants from Tuesday, 14 July 2020.
Nominations are now open for the 2020 Foster and Kinship Carer Awards, and Territorians are encouraged to nominate an everyday legend in their community who is going above and beyond to make a difference to a child’s life.
Territorians are invited to apply for Northern Territory (NT) History Grants to research and share NT history.
Alice Springs is solidifying its reputation as a mecca for mountain bike tourism and outdoor recreation with the opening of nearly 100km of upgraded mountain bike and shared-use trails last weekend.
Territory Families has partnered with Jarrdimba Bayamuku (Strengthening the Children) Aboriginal Corporation to deliver intensive work camps for at-risk young people at Seven Emu Station near Borroloola.
The discovery by a local diver of two large ship propellers on the sea floor of Darwin Harbour has offered a completely new interpretation of the events around the sinking of USS Peary on 19 February, 1942.
Emerging NT filmmakers will now have stronger career pathways and an opportunity to collaborate with local musicians and composers as part of a new partnership between the Territory Labor Government and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) to reimagine and improve the SPARK film initiative this year.
Fasten your seatbelt - tickets for the Darwin Supercars round on 8-9 August 2020 are on general sale today and, with limited tickets available, Territorians are encouraged to buy theirs now!