To support our artists and arts workers adversely affected by the latest COVID-19 restrictions across Greater Darwin and Katherine, the Northern Territory (NT) Government has announced an immediate re-opening of a support package for the arts and culture industry.
To reduce wear and tear of the athletics track at Arafura Stadium, opening hours will be reduced during the dry season.
Consultation on the development of the Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence (DFSV) Action Plan 2: Taking Stock, Evaluating and Reviewing and Building on What Works 2022-2025 has commenced, with the establishment of an online Have your Say survey.
The Northern Territory (NT) Seniors Policy 2021-26 acknowledges active ageing and age-friendly communities where all Territorians recognise and respond proactively to our growing senior population, and support our seniors’ independence and wellbeing.
August is Northern Territory (NT) Seniors Month, promoting and celebrating the valuable contribution seniors make to the family, economic and social life of the NT.
The NT Government supports the delivery of sport and active recreation services to the community through a suite of grant programs aimed at increasing the number of Territorians who participate in sport and active recreation, and in turn receive physical health, wellbeing, social and community benefits.
The winner of the 2021 Chief Minister’s Northern Territory (NT) History Book Award was announced at the NT Library today.
Expressions of interest sought from business owners and the community to become a CAB member and provide input around responses to youth offending.
The Office of Gender Equity and Diversity are offering grants of up to $5000 for projects that aim to increase gender equality in the Northern Territory.
Registrations are now open for Expressions of Interest (EOI) to join the Arts NT Register of Peers.