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A Waterfront Christmas wonderland

The tropical Darwin Waterfront harbour side will glisten with Christmas cheer every night in December from 7pm to 10pm.

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BASSINTHEGRASS Music Festival tickets on sale

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today announced tickets will go on sale tomorrow for the 2018 People’s Choice BASSINTHEGRASS Music Festival.

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Northern Territory Library Shares our Treasured History

A tender to build and install a new Northern Territory Library exhibition was released yesterday.

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Kick-off Christmas with the Territory Wildlife Christmas Markets

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Territory Wildlife Park (TWP) is inviting Christmas revellers to celebrate the start of the festive season at the fifth annual Christmas Markets, being held Sunday 3 December from 9am to 1pm.

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Join the Santa Fun Run for a good clause

Don your Santa Suits and be a clause for a cause this Sunday at Variety NT’s Santa Fun Run.

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Draft Joint Management Plans open for public comment

The Draft Joint Management Plans for Watarrka National Park and Tjoritja / West MacDonnell National Park are now open for public comment.

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Parramatta Eels Red Centre Training Camp

Christmas will come early for NRL fans in Alice Springs, with the opportunity to meet and train with the Parramatta Eels during a training camp in December.

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NTIS announces scholarships for 2017/18 Coach Development Program

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Northern Territory Institute of Sport (NTIS) has announced the scholarship coaches for the 2017/18 Coach Development Program (CDP).

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Indigenous Arts Exchange with Taiwan

A new Artist in Residence Exchange program between Australian and Tawainese Indigenous artists was formalised this month with the signing of a Memorandum of Collaboration at the Council for Indigenous Peoples building in Taiwan.

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Local decision making: Increasing powers for Aboriginal rangers

Consultation is underway with Aboriginal ranger groups on changes to the Territory Parks and Wildlife Conservation Act aimed at giving them greater powers to manage their land, including tackling issues like illegal hunting and illegal fires.