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Another major win for Turbocharging Tourism - Jetstar announces direct Brisbane-Uluru flights

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss said Turbocharging Tourism delivers again for the Territory with the announcement by Jetstar today that it will commence direct flights between Brisbane and Uluru from 3 August 2018.

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Apply now for Arts Fellowship Program

The Northern Territory Government is offering four Arts Fellowships to established NT artists and arts workers to support a program of significant professional development that strengthens and recognises outstanding achievement in the arts.

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2018 Arts Trail Regional Stimulus grants program Round 2 opens today

The Territory Labor Government continues to boost economic growth across the Territory’s art and cultural sector through Round 2 of the Arts Trail Regional Stimulus Grant program which opens today.

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Key Funding to Support Historical Research

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss, has today announced the 19 successful recipients of the 2017/18 NT History grants.

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NT Heritage Grants Program 2018-19 open

The Department of Tourism and Culture has today announced the opening of the 2018-19 NT History Grants program, with a total of $250,000 available for projects relating to the conservation and preservation of the NT’s most historical places.

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Talking Alice Springs Down: Robyn Lambley Must Stop Trying to Kill off the Art Gallery

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss said it is time for Robyn Lambley to get behind the National Aboriginal Art Gallery to ensure it’s built in Alice Springs and not Adelaide.

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Protecting Green Space at Anzac Hill Precinct - Government Announces MOU Plan

To ensure protection of community green space at Anzac Hill Precinct – the preferred home of the National Aboriginal Art Gallery – and officially partner with Alice Springs Council, the Territory Labor Government has drafted a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

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The Magic of Fred Astaire live on the Araluen Arts Centre stage

An all-singing, all-dancing tribute to the most famous dancer of all time, Fred Astaire, will be performed live on the Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre stage this April.

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Sanyo Maru shipwreck exhibition at Live Darwin

The Australian National Maritime Museum’s (ANMM) SUBMERGED exhibition has opened in the Live Darwin Hub and showcases the tragic loss of Japanese pearling mothership Sanyo Maru off the coast of Arnhem Land in 1937.

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Have a Wild Time these School Holidays

The Department of Tourism and Culture is inviting children to have a Wild Time in the Katherine region these school holidays.