A new adrenaline-fuelled TV series set against the spectacular backdrop of Central Australia and showcasing iconic landmarks around Alice Springs will inject $5 million into the Territory economy and employ nearly 400 people when filming begins next year.
Supercars are set to go ahead in Darwin with spectators, the first major event in the Territory and the first Supercars event to get the green light for a crowd since COVID-19.
The Department of Local Government, Housing and Community Development has appointed Acting Deputy CEO, Ms Karen Walsh as Community Housing Registrar for the NT under the Community Housing Providers (National Uniform Law) 2013 (the Act), effective from 16 June 2020.
Whether it is sports, film, horse riding, camping or even lip sync battles, young Territorians are spoilt for choice with hundreds of activities on offer across the NT during these June-July school holidays.
Thirteen Aboriginal owned and operated Territory tourism businesses can further enhance their unique cultural tourism offerings as they share over $200 000 in funding through the Territory Labor Government’s Aboriginal Tourism Grant Program.
Works continue on the restoration of the Hermannsburg Historic Precinct with the $1.5 million tender for major refurbishment and landscaping upgrades awarded to Alice Springs company, Nicholl Constructions.
The Territory Labor Government will work with the creative sector to establish an industry representative body, a key recommendation from the NT’s first-ever Creative Industries Strategy released today, which aims to grow the sector, broaden its economic base and create jobs.
The Bridgestone World Solar Challenge which puts the NT on the world stage, pushes the limits of technological innovation and captures the imaginations of Territory school kids will run its expanded program from 22-30 October, 2021.
A new campaign to encourage Territory girls and women to be active, get involved in sport and increase the awareness of gender equality kicks off today.
Territory Arts Projects grants will provide practical support to the sector in response to COVID-19, through the Territory Government’s $2 million Creative Industries Sector Immediate Response and Resilience Program.