The Northern Territory Government today committed to creating a Northern Territory that is fair, inclusive, equitable and safe for all Territorians by launching the Northern Territory Gender Equality Statement of Commitment.
The ultimate ‘festival of wheels’ will return to Alice Springs this Father’s Day weekend, with the sixth annual Red CentreNATS running from 4-6 September featuring an amended program and ticketing structure.
The Parrtjima 2020 program released today features 10 nights of incredible art, light and culture in the heart of Alice Springs, running from Alice Springs Desert Park through to the Todd Mall from 11-20 September.
Territorians’ favourite music festival, People's Choice BASSINTHEGRASS scheduled for 31 October this year, is on hold until 15 May 2021 due to uncertainty around unfolding COVID-19 developments.
Local company, Troppo Architects will bring the new vision for Mimi Aboriginal Art and Craft in Katherine to life after being awarded the design tender under the Territory Labor Government’s $30 million Arts Trail Regional Gallery Extension Program.
Upgrades to the Nyinkka Nyunyu Art and Culture Centre in Tennant Creek are progressing with the design tender release as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $30 million Arts Trail Regional Gallery Extension Program.
The Territory Wildlife Park has unveiled a conservation action awareness campaign titled “Walk the Plank on Plastics”, highlighting the devastating issue of plastic pollution on our environment.
The much-loved Leanyer Recreation Park will get a $3.1 million facelift, with new waterslides and upgrades to the popular playgrounds and wet area.
In a first for the Territory, Darwin is set to host a doubleheader of Supercars action over two weekends at Hidden Valley this August.
Major milestones have been reached for the redevelopment of the Alice Springs Youth Detention Centre and the construction of the new Darwin Youth Justice Centre this week with the awarding of construction tenders to local NT companies.