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Portrait of a Senior Territorian Art Award to be held in Alice Springs

The annual Portrait of a Senior Territorian Art Award will be held in Alice Springs at the Araluen Arts Centre for the first time in 2017.

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NT Sporting officials receive scholarship funding

Four Northern Territory (NT) sports have received Officiating Scholarship Program grants totalling $21,500.

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Waterfowl season to close on 23 December

The Parks and Wildlife Commission NT (PWCNT) would like to remind permit holders that the 2016 Waterfowl Hunting Season will close at 7.30pm on 23 December.

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Bilby family expands at Alice Springs Desert Park

The National Recovery Plan at the Alice Springs Desert Park has produced two new resident marsupials.

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Annual Closures – Leliyn (Edith Falls) within Nitmiluk National Park and Giwining / Flora River Nature Park

The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory advise that due to the onset of the 2016/17 wet season, the plunge pool at Leliyn (Edith Falls) within Nitmiluk National Park has been closed in accordance with local procedures.

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Portrait of a Senior Territorian Art Award to be held in Alice Springs

The annual Portrait of a Senior Territorian Art Award will be held in Alice Springs at the Araluen Arts Centre for the first time in 2017.

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Sports funding bound for Alice Springs

Alice Springs sport and active recreation organisations have received four Facility and Capital Equipment (FACE) grants totalling $276,900 as part of the 2016/17 program.

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Alice Springs Nursery successfully propagates Pityrodia loricata

The Alice Springs Desert Park nursery has a new star amongst its vast Flora and Fauna.

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Missing artwork discovered after 35 years

A 44 year old painting by Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri that was presumed missing following many years of extensive searches has been discovered in the most unexpected of places.

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Territory Wildlife seized

Wildlife Rangers from the Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory (the Commission) have seized one of the largest known collections of wildlife in Australia with a total of 1300 animal parts seized, most of which are suspected to have been illegally obtained.