The Territory Government’s $2 million Creative Industries Sector Immediate Response and Resilience Program (CISIRRP) in reprioritised funding is providing the arts, creative and screen sectors with immediate support to navigate the impacts of COVID-19.
Thousands of viewers across Australia will watch the classic outback event, the Uluru Camel Cup, unfold on screen this year with it being held as a virtual event for 2020.
Mimi Aboriginal Art and Craft in Katherine is one step closer in its transformation today, with the design tender release as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $30 million Arts Trail Regional Gallery Extension Program.
The Northern Territory Government is funding 10 community organisations close to $3 million to support those experiencing domestic, family and sexual violence.
The new-look Territory Day celebrations have been revealed and Territorians are being asked to Turn Up for the Territory to show their support for each other during these unprecedented times.
Territory Peak Sporting Bodies, sporting and active recreation organisations and regional councils are encouraged to apply for the second expedited grant round of the Territory Labor Government’s $1.3 million Sport and Active Recreation Sector Immediate Response and Resilience Package.
Upgrades to Freds Pass Sport and Recreation Reserve continue to progress with the completion of new cricket club change rooms, viewing platform and a new maintenance shed as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $2 million investment into the popular rural venue.
As part of the Territory Labor Government’s alternative Territory Day celebrations in light of COVID-19 restrictions, MusicNT will present the Territory Sounds Countdown to showcase our exceptional musical talent.
We welcome the announcement by Virgin Australia Supercars that the BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown will take place this year.
Minister Lauren Moss today announced the appointment of Mr Allan McGill as Chairperson of the Heritage Council.