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21
May
2015

When Harry met Snappy

No visit to the Northern Territory is complete without a crocodile experience as recent Royal visitor Harry, Prince of Wales showed. Prince Harry found time in his busy schedule to assist in the removal of a large crocodile in the estuaries of Darwin Harbour with the Northern Territory Crocodile...

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21
May
2015

NT Barra Classic goes international

One of the Territory’s premier fishing competitions, the NT Barra Classic, will be broadcast around the world this year with an Italian film crew set to cover the event. Italian Fishing TV will showcase the Top End as a must-do fishing holiday to hundreds of thousands of viewers in Europe, the...

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21
May
2015

Territorians shape NT water policy

The Territory Government remains committed to protecting the Territory’s water resources, with the release of the Our Water Future Discussion Paper - A Conversation with Territorians.

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21
May
2015

Multi-billion dollar Budget boost for Northern Development

The Territory Government has welcomed the Commonwealth Government’s $5 billion dollar down-payment on the development of a sustainable Northern Australia. The Federal Budget recognises that infrastructure development in the North holds the key to Australia’s economic future.

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21
May
2015

Putting the heat on Ice

The Northern Territory Government has praised NT Police for their efforts to disrupt the trade in illicit substances in the Territory before drugs such as Ice take hold in the community. The use of illicit drugs is a growing concern in the Northern Territory and Police are tackling this issue head-...

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21
May
2015

Kakadu on the national stage

The Territory Government is partnering with popular national breakfast television program, The TODAY Show, to bring Kakadu into the living rooms of hundreds of thousands of Australians. In an Australian first, The TODAY Show will broadcast an entire show live from Kakadu National Park on Monday the...

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21
May
2015

Cricket hits a six in the Red Centre

Australia’s best Aboriginal cricketers will display their talents in the Red Centre with Alice Springs confirmed as host of the inaugural National Indigenous Cricket Championships and Imparja Cup.

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21
May
2015

Jessica Mauboy to headline Territory Day Concert

Local music superstar Jessica Mauboy will headline one of 15 Territory Day events planned for the Top End and Central Australia on July 1. The 2015 Territory Day is set to be the biggest event since self-government in 1978, with concerts and fireworks to celebrate the Territory’s history,...

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13
May
2015

Encouraging Wadeye unity through sport

The Northern Territory Government is funding AFL NT to purchase new football jumpers for the senior and junior sides in the Indigenous community of Wadeye (Port Keats). The Government visited the remote Indigenous community last week to consult with Traditional Owners, the Diminin people, to...

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13
May
2015

NT Government taps into new date market

The Government is investigating the potential for Central Australia to become Australia’s leading supplier of quality dates. The new project will be funded under the $1.2 million Horticultural Development Program, announced in Budget 2015. The Northern Territory Government is committed to helping...

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