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Free Live Darwin Arts Activities Ramp Up

The Live Darwin Arts program is in full swing with a diverse range of free arts activities for all ages.

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Casuarina Coastal Reserve Community Consultation

Public consultation is underway on appropriate commercial activity in Casuarina Coastal Reserve.

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Live Alice Mparntwe Arts in full swing

The Live Alice Mparntwe Arts program is in full swing with a diverse range of free activities for all ages.

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Final week to Have Your Say on the new Museum of the Northern Territory

Territorians have until the end of this week to provide feedback on the first phase of consultation on the new Museum of the Northern Territory.

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iNsTagrammers exhibition comes to Alice Springs this Summer

Northern Territory Library’s iNsTagrammers: the best in NT photography from Instagram exhibition is coming to Alice Springs this summer.

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Building the Territory’s event portfolio – fun and serious business

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss, announced today the launch of the second round of FestivalsNT’s event funding applications for the 2017-2018 financial year.

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2017 Australian Squash Championships in Darwin

Some of the world’s best squash players will be on show in Darwin next week at the 2017 Australian Open.

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Tourism celebrated at 2017 Brolga Awards in Alice Springs

Curtin Springs were the big winners at the 2017 Brolga Awards taking out several categories including Tourist Attraction, Hosted Accommodation and the Chairman’s Choice for Outstanding Tourism Excellence. Owner Peter Severin was awarded the Tourism Minister’s Perpetual Trophy (also known as The Big Bird).

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Chef catches the Tasty 10th prized fish of Season 3

Just over a month into season three of the Million Dollar Fish competition which runs up to February 2018, ten lucky fisho’s have now matched season one which held the record for ten $10,000 fish reeled in.

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More than a facelift, it’s about preserving our heritage

Fannie Bay Gaol will undergo a major restoration process with Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today announcing the release of a $700 000 conservation works tender to further protect the local heritage site of significance.