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Alice to Host Action-Packed Women’s Big Bash League Matches

Alice Springs’ Albrecht Oval and Traeger Park are set to host an action-packed weekend of cricket and family fun as part of the Rebel Women’s Big Bash League matches and activities from today until Sunday 13 January.

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Turbocharging Tourism: Strong Numbers Support Stimulus Efforts

Tourism visitor statistics released by Tourism Research Australia (TRA)* show that domestic and international visitation to the NT has stabilised in the September quarter of 2018.

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Home-Grown Talent to Showcase Skills on National Platform

NITV and Screen Territory have partnered in an exciting initiative for emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander screen practitioners based in the NT.

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Lucrative start to 2019 after Darwin fisho reels in $10k Barra

A Darwin fisho is celebrating a bit of late festive cheer after reeling in a tagged $10,000 Barra from the barrage at Shady Camp.

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New weekly ‘fun day’ extravaganzas not to be missed this January!

New to the School Holiday calendar are three separate fun day extravaganzas designed especially for children to enjoy an array of free activities, once a week from 9am to 12pm at Darwin Waterfront.

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1988 Cabinet Records Released

Territorians have been given new insight into life in the Territory 30 years ago following the release of the 1988 Cabinet records.

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Close calls in Territory parks as walkers ignore heat warnings

Territory park rangers are pleading with visitors to take notice of severe heat warnings in Central Australia after several walkers underestimated conditions over the weekend.

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Mataranka Magic Snares Top Spot on Instagram

A photo of the magical turquoise waters of the Mataranka Thermal Pools was the most liked image on Tourism NT’s Instagram channel @AusOutbackNT for 2018.

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Arts Trail Regional Stimulus Grants - Boosting our Art and Cultural Sectors

The Territory Labor Government continues to invest in our regions, boosting economic growth across the Territory’s art and cultural sectors and creating jobs in regional areas.

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Darwin Waterfront is set to sparkle this New Year’s Eve

Darwin’s free and most iconic end-of-year celebration is set to be bigger and better this New Year’s Eve with a vibrant line-up of free family entertainment on again from 4pm at Darwin Waterfront.