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Tickets on sale for 2017 Rugby League World Cup

Today marks one year until the opening match of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, with Australia scheduled to play England on 27 October in Melbourne.

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Asbestos Removal Continues at Casuarina Coastal Reserve

The Parks and Wildlife Commission NT (PWCNT) within the Department of Tourism and Culture is set to resume asbestos removal at Rapid Creek Beach this week.

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Berry Springs Nature Park Closed to Swimming

The Berry Springs Nature Park is closed to swimming until further notice.

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Araluen Arts Centre Showcases Suzi Lyons - Into Blue

Opening Friday 18 November 2016 and running until 05 February 2017, the exhibition includes a range of media including sound recordings of an iceberg melt, glacial carving and glacial retreat, video projection of ice in its many manifestations; as sea ice, glacial ice, icebergs, mountain ice and rime; large-scale ink drawings of arctic fauna and photographic prints.

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Screen Territory Industry Reference Group announced

A group of highly qualified and experienced screen industry members has been appointed to the Screen Territory Industry Reference Group.

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Alice Springs Masters Games close in style

The Alice Springs Masters Games have been officially closed with Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss wrapping up proceedings in front of thousands of competitors at Anzac Oval this evening.

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Join the Aussie Backyard Bird Count

Territorians are invited to join Parks and Wildlife Commission NT (PWCNT) rangers and help contribute to this year’s Aussie Backyard Bird Count.

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Snugglepot and Cuddlepie comes to life at Araluen

The timeless charm of May Gibbs’ classic tale Snugglepot and Cuddlepie comes to life on stage for children aged 5-10 years old (and grownups) on Tuesday 25 October at the Araluen Arts Centre.

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Barkly Nature Watch in October

There’s something fun and exciting for everyone who experiences next week’s Barkly Nature Watch.

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Northern Territory Library Community Reference Group announced

The Territory community will now have a greater opportunity to have a say in the future direction of the Northern Territory Library (NTL) with the announcement today of its Community Reference Group (CRG).