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Closures - Katherine River on the rise

The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the NT (PWCNT) advise the Katherine River within Nitmiluk National Park including Katherine Gorge has been closed to swimming and canoeing. Leliyn (Edith Falls) remains open to swimming and walking.

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Cowboys and Titans confirmed to take on Territory Eels

The Parramatta ‘Territory’ Eels will face the North Queensland Cowboys (Darwin) and the Gold Coast Titans (Alice Springs) in an action-packed year of rugby league in 2017.

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Araluen Arts Centre launches new website with online ticketing

The Araluen Arts Centre is excited to announce the launch of its brand new website which features an online ticket booking system and a digital catalogue of selected works in the Araluen Art Collection.

www.araluenartscentre.nt.gov.au.

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2017 Stay out of Pipes and Drains

The Northern Territory Government and Royal Life Saving Society NT have today launched the 2017 Stay out of Pipes and Drains safety awareness campaign, reminding Territorians of the dangers of swimming in pipes and drains this wet season.

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Seasonal swimming closure for Berry Springs Nature Park

The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the NT (PWCNT) advise that the waterholes at Berry Springs Nature Park will remain closed for swimming for the duration of the wet season.

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NT Sports Awards nominations now open

Nominations are now open for the 2017 NT Sports Awards.

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New program to support artists in Darwin and Alice Springs

Territory artists are being invited to take part in a new program that will produce exciting art works in collaboration with some of the Territory’s iconic cultural venues.

The new ‘Creative in Residence’ program will see $30,000 in funding for up to three artists to explore their creativity in Darwin and Alice Springs.

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$35M fast-tracked for Rugby League and Netball facilities

Top End sport fans will soon have two new facilities at the Marrara Sporting Complex, with construction of a new rugby league stadium and netball facility fast-tracked to create jobs and provide an economic stimulus.

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Desert Mob exhibition closes after successful year

The Araluen Arts Centre has officially farewelled this year’s Desert Mob exhibition after another strong celebration of contemporary Aboriginal art and culture in 2016.

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Territory tourism celebrated at 30th anniversary of Brolgas

John ‘Foxy’ Robinson has been awarded the highest honour at the 2016 Brolga Northern Territory Tourism Awards.