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Portrait of a Senior Territorian Art Award returns to Alice Springs!

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Portrait of a Senior Territorian Art Award returns to Alice Springs!

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.

Desert Mob launches exciting online program and exhibition in 2020

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Desert Mob launches exciting online program and exhibition in 2020

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.

Women's Safety Summit

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Women's Safety Summit

Territory Families, Housing and Communities is proud to support 15 Northern Territory (NT) delegates attend the National Summit on Women’s Safety 2021.

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Spectators welcome at Red CentreNATS, but entries full!

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.

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A million reasons to fish the Northern Territory!

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.

Pride in Your Place - July winner

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Pride in Your Place - July winner

Congratulations to Bunbapuy Whitehead from Yirrkala, our July winner of Pride in Your Place!

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It’s a wrap! Darwin Supercars Doubleheader draws to a close

Australia’s first Supercars doubleheader wrapped up today, with last year’s BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown winner Scott McLaughlin taking out the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint Territory 2.0 trophy. His win followed Jamie Whincup taking home the 2020 BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown last weekend.

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It’s a wrap! Darwin Supercars Doubleheader draws to a close

Australia’s first Supercars doubleheader wrapped up today, with last year’s BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown winner Scott McLaughlin taking out the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint Territory 2.0 trophy. His win followed Jamie Whincup taking home the 2020 BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown last weekend.

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Impressive new silverware up for grabs at CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint

The track is prepped, the cars are ready and the drivers are raring to go for the final day of the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint at Hidden Valley Raceway. An added incentive to win is the stunning trophy, the Territory 2.0, which will be awarded to the round winner. It features an incredible artwork from local artist Paul Arnold.

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Meet Your Supercars Heroes at an Exclusive Pit Lane Walk

Supercars fans rejoice! Five hundred of you will get the chance to personally meet your Supercars heroes at an exclusive Pit Lane Walk this Sunday as part of the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint event.