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Lindy Chamberlain’s story brought to life in new play at the Araluen Arts Centre

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre will present Letters to Lindy, a brand-new work from award-winning playwright, Alana Valentine, this August as part of a national tour.

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National Indigenous Music Awards Celebrating Australia’s Best Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Performers

Musical achievements of Australia’s best Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers was celebrated at the 15th National Indigenous Music Awards in Darwin last night.

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Turbocharging Tourism: First of its Kind Charter Brings Japanese Visitors to the Top End

Territory Labor Government is investing a record $103 million into Turbocharging Tourism to attract more visitors, create more local jobs and put more money into the pockets of Territorians.

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Boosting Tourism and Creating Jobs: Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss, yesterday officially opened the 12th Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair transforming Darwin into an internationally recognised epicentre of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island culture, art, fashion, music and food.

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Entertainment for 2018 Alice Springs Masters Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies

2018 will mark the fourth decade of the running of the Games. The Alice Springs Masters Games are as popular as ever drawing back thousands of people to the Centre for the week-long festivities.

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Creating Jobs and Investing in New Mountain Bike Trails in Darwin

Works have begun on the re-development and expansion of the popular mountain bike and shared-use trails at Casuarina Coastal Reserve and Charles Darwin National Park.

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Creating Jobs and Investing in New Mountain Bike Trails in Darwin

Works have begun on the re-development and expansion of the popular mountain bike and shared-use trails at Casuarina Coastal Reserve and Charles Darwin National Park.

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Creating Jobs and Investing in New Mountain Bike Trails in Darwin

Works have begun on the re-development and expansion of the popular mountain bike and shared-use trails at Casuarina Coastal Reserve and Charles Darwin National Park.

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Revitalising Darwin CBD and Creating Jobs: Street Art Festival returns bigger and bolder

Darwin streetscapes will transform in September as national and international artists collaborate with local artists for the second annual Darwin Street Art Festival.

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Open Survey: Long-term Business Events Strategy for the NT

The local NT business events sector, in partnership with the NT Government, has identified that development of a longer-term business events strategic plan for the industry would guide a coordinated approach, including across target markets and priority opportunities. The plan will articulate a shared vision and a framework of objectives, strategies and achievement milestones for the sustainable economic growth and prosperity of business tourism in the Northern Territory. The overall desired outcome is to attract a greater number of national and international business events to the Territory.