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03
Sep

Olympians confirmed for Mitchell Street Mile

The elite competition in the Mitchell Street Mile is hotting up with two of Australia’s greatest distance runners signing up to compete as well as other first class runners. Australian 1500m record holder Ryan Gregson and dual Olympian Collis Birmingham have confirmed they will take their place at...

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03
Sep

Open speed limits to remain and be extended

Open speed limit zones will remain and be extended by a further 60 kilometres to allow one continuous open speed limit zone (excluding past road houses and through communities) on the Stuart Highway from north of Alice Springs to the Ali Curung rail overpass.

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03
Sep

China's plans for Territory safari park zone gathers steam

A Chinese team from Guangzhou will travel to Darwin to progress plans with the Territory Government to establish a Northern Territory dedicated zone in a planned multi-million dollar eco-safari park in China.

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05
Sep

Cruise industry injects $54 million into NT economy

Cruise ship passengers are spending more andstaying longer in the Northern Territory with the industry injecting $54million into the local economy last financial year.The new figures were released this week asthe heavyweights of the cruise industry gathered in Darwin for the annualCruise Down Under...

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04
Sep

First Ministers' Forum in Alice Springs

The First Ministers' Forum in Alice Springs resulted in the leaders of the Northern Territory and South Australia agreeing to jointly tackle a number of cross border and national issues ranging from feral animal control to promotion of unique tourism opportunities.Please find attached a joint media...

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04
Sep

Office of Aboriginal Affairs opens in Alice Springs

Economic development and job opportunitiesfor Aboriginal communities will be the focus of the new Office of AboriginalAffairs (OAA), which officially opened in Alice Springs today.“The Office of Aboriginal Affairs supportsthe vision for Aboriginal Territorians to be empowered to participate in...

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