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NTIS High Performance Officiating Program 2019 open for applications

The NTIS is inviting Peak Sporting Bodies to nominate high performing sporting officials for developmental opportunities as part of its 2019 High Performance Officiating Program.

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NTIS Officiating Development Program 2018/19 open for applications

NT Peak Sporting Bodies are encouraged to apply for the NTIS Officiating Development Program 2018/19 Grants Round 1.

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Creating jobs: Boosting Business Opportunities in China

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss will travel to Shenzhen today to join the Reaching South NT delegation showcasing the Territory to key business people and decision-makers in the South China region.

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Turbocharging Tourism: Music, Film and the New Todd Mall Precinct Add Even More to Parrtjima – A Festival in Light

Alice Springs’ Parrtjima Festival will be bigger than ever in 2018 and 2019, with activity and entertainment extended into the Todd Mall and new lighting installations at the Desert Park; made possible by a boosted Territory Labor Government’s investment in the event as part of its record $103 million Turbocharging Tourism stimulus.

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Revitalising Darwin CBD and Creating Jobs: Gurrumul Mural to Headline Darwin Street Art Festival

A special mural of Dr G Yunupingu (Gurrumul) will headline this year’s Darwin Street Art Festival in recognition of the artist’s life, music and achievements.

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Over $250,000 in Heritage Grants to Create Local Jobs and Restoring the Past for the Future

Acting Minister for Tourism and Culture, Natasha Fyles has today announced the successful recipients of more than $250,000 funding through the 2018-19 NT Heritage Grants program.

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Tourism NT invites feedback from the tourism industry

The Territory Government has launched its biennial Tourism NT Stakeholder Satisfaction Survey, giving industry operators a voice in the future activities of the agency.

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Tourism Businesses Show Support for Anzac Hill Precinct as the Site for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery

Local tourism businesses have come forward to show their support for the Territory Labor Government to build the National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Alice Springs at the Anzac Hill Precinct.

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Top End’s thrilling Gran Fondo returns this weekend

Darwin’s roads will turn into a sea of Lycra this weekend as close to 700 cyclists take part in the annual Top End Gran Fondo endurance cycling event on Sunday 19 August.

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Turbocharging Tourism: George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens Visitor and Events Centre Concepts Underway

George Brown Darwin Botanic Garden’s $9.8 million facelift is a step closer with concepts for a new multi-purpose visitor and event centre currently being assessed by the Development Consent Authority.