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India Visits the Red Centre

CEO of the Department of Tourism and Culture Alastair Shields today welcomed a delegation of nine key tourism distribution partners from India on a tour of the Red Centre to experience first-hand the tourism products and experiences on offer in Alice Springs, Kings Canyon and Uluru.

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Kookaburras make long awaited return to the Top End

The Australian Kookaburras are set to play in Darwin for the first time in nine years when they take on Pakistan at Marrara Hockey Centre.

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Tourism Industry Leaping on Digital

Northern Territory tourism operators will be given the opportunity to improve their online marketing campaigns through the Department of Tourism and Culture Digital Leap Program.

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BASSINTHEGRASS teams up with triple j Unearthed

Triple j Unearthed has kicked off the careers of thousands of musicians including Grinspoon, Courtney Barnett, Tash Sultana, Amy Shark, The Rubens and the 2016 Hottest 100 winner Flume.

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Territory stars ready for finals cricket in the Red Centre

Elite cricket returns to Alice Springs today with the Victorian Bushrangers taking on the South Australia Redbacks in the Sheffield Shield final at Traeger Park.

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Australian Paralympian awarded NT’s highest sporting honour

Paralympian wheelchair basketballer Tom O’Neill-Thorne has been named the Northern Territory Government Sportsperson of the Year at the 2017 Northern Territory Sports Awards.

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Kakadu tour guide training targets Mandarin speaking tour guides

Expressions of interest are invited for Mandarin speaking tour guides from across Australia to take part in a Knowledge for Tour guides program to be facilitated by the Department of Tourism and Culture, Charles Darwin University and Parks Australia.

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Suspended Sentence - For the biggest seizure of illegal wildlife in the Northern Territory

A 32 year old Darwin man has been given a 10 month suspended sentence for over three hundred and fifty charges of possessing prohibited and protected wildlife.

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MASSIVE COUP – PROMINENT INDUSTRY EXPERTS JOIN INDIGENOUS ART GALLERY STEERING COMMITTEE

The Territory Labor Government’s vison to build an Iconic National Indigenous Art Gallery in Alice Springs has received a major boost with a host of prominent industry experts joining the project Steering Committee.

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Second saltwater croc trapped in Katherine Gorge

The Parks and Wildlife Commission NT (PWCNT) have trapped a 3.4 metre saltwater crocodile in the first gorge at Nitmiluk National Park near Katherine.