Steven Anderson, a Garawa man, grew up in Queensland, spending 30 years there before finally returning home to Borroloola in the gulf country.
Territorians are encouraged to prioritise the safety and wellbeing of children as part of putting children first this National Child Protection Week.
An epic weekend has wrapped up in Alice Springs with the conclusion of Red CentreNATS. The action-packed three days saw 750 entrants show off their pride and joy in a number of ways, from the perfection on display at Shannons Show n Shine to the skilled handling of vehicles on the burnout pad.
Entries maxed out for Red CentreNATS this year, so don’t miss out in 2021 by securing your spot today! Australia’s ultimate festival of wheels will return to Alice Springs over the Father’s Day weekend from 3-5 September 2021, and entries are open now.
The Araluen Arts Centre, in partnership with Desart, presents Desert Mob 2020, one of the nation’s most anticipated Aboriginal art and cultural events, featuring a major exhibition, symposium and art market.
Alice Springs is gearing up for the Red CentreNATS, which kicks off today with the action-packed Burnout Competition and Burnout Masters Qualifying at Alice Springs Inland Dragway.
The annual Portrait of a Senior Territorian Art Award will be held in Alice Springs at the Araluen Arts Centre for the second time in its history.
In great news for Alice Springs, entries for the Red CentreNATS this weekend have reached capacity, with 750 spots now full, but there’s still the chance to attend the action-packed three-day event as a spectator.
Australia’s richest fishing competition is back, with registrations now open for Season 6 of Million Dollar Fish (MDF). This year there are a staggering SEVEN red-tagged barra worth $1 million each swimming around Northern Territory waterways.
Congratulations to Bunbapuy Whitehead from Yirrkala, our July winner of Pride in Your Place!