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The Araluen Arts Centre announces 2018 program

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre is excited to announce its Season 2018 program, bringing some of Australia’s leading cultural events and icons to the Red Centre.

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Creating Jobs: Darwin Indoor Netball Stadium begins

Construction work is underway on the brand new $18 million Darwin Indoor Netball Stadium.

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Recreation Lagoon reopened to swimmers

The Darwin Waterfront Recreation Lagoon and beach area has reopened for swimming.

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Creating local jobs: Tender awarded for new home for rugby league

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today announced Territory company Halikos Pty Ltd as the successful tenderer to design and construct the $25 million Warren Park stadium at Marrara.

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Recreation Lagoon temporarily closed to swimmers

The Darwin Waterfront’s Recreation Lagoon and beach area has been temporarily closed to swimmers due to recent weather conditions.

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Escape the Rain in the Live Darwin Hub

If you’re feeling a little rained out pop in to the Live Darwin Hub and share a wet season story with local writer and Live Darwin Arts Round 2 recipient Oscar Schwartz.

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Sport Vouchers helping Territory kids stay healthy and active

Investing in our children gives them the best start in life and builds a stronger community for us all. The Territory Labor Government’s Sport Voucher Scheme is helping by making it easier for children to take part in sport, active recreation and cultural activities.

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Tickets on sale for the 2018 NT Sports Awards

Tickets are now on sale for the premier event on the sporting calendar, the 2018 NT Sports Awards.

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Territory Women Larger Than Life with Live Darwin Arts

A touch of glamour arrived in Smith Street Mall this weekend thanks to a Hollywood-style photo shoot featuring four Territory women. The shoot took place at the Live Darwin Hub as part of the Live Darwin Arts program.

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Stay out of pipes and drains and surf waves instead

Territory kids are being urged to stay out of pipes and drains this Wet Season and hit the wave pool instead as part of a competition by the NT Government and the Darwin Waterfront.